Boston Photography Tour: Beacon Hill
Provided by Viator
DescriptionEnjoy a photography tour of Boston’s upscale Beacon Hill neighborhood. Brimming with historical character and charm, this area offers endless stunning sites that beg to be captured on camera. As you stroll through narrow cobblestone streets and squares, your guide, an expert photographer, will teach you valuable photography tips and skills to enhance the quality of your photos. Plus, you’ll learn some interesting facts about Beacon Hill, like how it has been the home of several famous figures like author Louisa May Alcott. Starting on Beacon Street near the Shaw Memorial, follow your guide, an expert photographer, through Boston’s upscale Beacon Hill neighborhood. Admire charming narrow streets and brick sidewalks lined with gas lamps and hidden houses. Federal-style row houses dominate this 18th- century neighborhood that’s rich in history and displays elegant architecture. With your camera in hand, discover the gems that make Beacon Hill sparkle and hear some stories about famous residents who once lived there, like author Louisa May Alcott. Learn how Beacon Hill got its name and the common theme that the street names share. Snap photos of sites you see and receive creative photography tips from your guide on how to make your photos look great. Stroll through the narrow cobblestone lane of Acorn Street, said to be one of the most photographed streets in the US. Journey to Louisburg Square, a residential square that features Greek Revival-style homes reflecting the rarefied tastes of the upper class in the 19th century. You’ll leave this tour with a plethora of amazing photos of historical Beacon Hill to show off to your friends!
- Walking tour of Beacon Hill
- Guided by a professional photographer
- Photography tips on improving composition and technical skills
- Copy of 'PhotoWalks Guide to Creative Photography'
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Boston Walking Tour: Beacon Hill Masterpieces
Beacon Street, Boston
Tuesday, Saturday - 10:00am
Concludes at Acorn Street