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Discover the historic charm of Beacon Hill with our top ideas and must-see attractions. Immerse yourself in the rich history and picturesque beauty of this iconic neighborhood.
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I recently went into Boston for an evening, and I KNEW I wanted to check out the wisteria house in Louisburg Square. Beacon Hill is fabulous at anytime of year, everyone goes all out with their front step and window box decor, but spring is particularly gorgeous around the Louisburg Square area, as several houses...Read More...

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The Venue Report's Content Specialist, Adam Szafranski, takes us on a photo journal adventure of his recent trip to Boston where he spent a long weekend getting to know the famous sites, hotels and eateries of this historic city. Boston is such an incredible city to explore just about any time of the year (yes, even during winter) however, spending an extended weekend in this historic city is a great way to take advantage of those long summer days with plentiful sunshine. I'm here to tell…

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Copyright PS A common feature of these old houses was the walled yard behind the dwelling, an area that in the 19thC accommodated domestic necessities such as laundry lines, and a trash pit. Before long, some of the new residents recognized the potential of these compact outdoor spaces and converted them into pleasant gardens. The hidden gardens of Beacon Hill became a special feature. Just a few can be seen from the street, gracious and wonderfully tended, as here. Enlarge Click diagonal…

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