Reviews of Beacon Street Attractions

Brunch in Beacon Hill Bistro

This place that’s only a block from the Boston Commons is this a nice place for expressing the gist of Boston living. However, the very best way to actually enjoy the area will be to have a stop from the Beacon Hill Bistro that I discovered because of an post my Thrillist touting them among the best brunches in Boston. The area doesn’t disappoint and neither does the bistro.

Lots to consider while walking

We walked all the roads back into the Back Bay. This one was quite pretty and filled with design. We met a number of the neighbors around the road and they had been so favorable. Dog friendly for certain

Comfortable walking trail

Beautiful historical buildings, notably well-preserved house facades. Not so commercial but of a residential space

A quieter road!
Nice extended road to get a stroll, lots nice buildings and off in the hustle-bustle of fundamental Boston.

Great for a walk or a drive with a great deal of history. In case you have a lot of time drive all the way out to the house of Fat Mike’s hometown in Newton and rear.

If you would like to push from Newton, MA to Downtown Boston and back without using a few of the key highways, Beacon Street is a great alternative. It takes more but you’ll drive by many historical locations and find a far better feel for life in Boston. Highly recommend!

Stayed one comfy night.

I had a Doctors appointment in Mass General and I had a great cheap place to stay near the Hospital. The simplicity to get in the construction being disabled was quite nice and the area was clean and sterile and the price was fair.

The largest difficulty is parking so that we parked in the Hospital parking garage for $14.00 per day that for Boston is a really acceptable price.

Beacon Street Is a Significant street through Boston that begins at Tremont Street and goes out by Brookline and Brighton into Newton.

At one time or another, I’ve driven the entire length of it walked a fantastic portion of it between Beacon Hill and the Kenmore Square area. Relatives have had flats and condos between the two reference points.

One of my favourite places are the residential areas out through Fairfield Street. I adore the red brick buildings as well as the trees which line the sidewalks there.

Another popular place is close to the Massachusetts State House, designed by Charles Bulfinch and completed in 1798, and across the road at Boston Common where The Shaw Memorial, a high-relief bronze sculpture by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. It celebrates the valor of Col. Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, the initial all-black regiment from the Northeast, as they marched down Beacon Street on May 28, 1863.
On my most-recent trip with friends, we rode around Boston Common and the Public Garden to watch the holiday lights in the day on New Year’s Eve Day after shooting the Brunch Cruise with Odyssey Cruises from Rowe’s Wharf.

Beacon Street, Beacon Hill, Boston Common, and the Public Garden are best appreciated in the greater weather as you can walk about and revel in the outside better than at winter

I speed Beacon Street in 4.50. I strongly recommend exploring portions of it.

I have been seen the MEEI place on many occasions throughout the past couple of decades. Several regional joints are now well recognized favorites. Architecture wise, it is a pretty region, good for walks.

A Superb tree-lined road moving All of the way from Beacon Hill and the Massachusetts State House throughout Boston and to Brookline. In route, it moves through the public garden, the famous”Cheers” bar (in the TV series), Kenmore square and much more. Stunning location.