Field Experience: Boston Architecture Tour


Step back in time and immerse yourself in this charming architecture tour of Boston's Beacon Hill and North End neighborhoods. One of the oldest communities in the city, discover Beacon Hill's elegant Federal-style townhouses, narrow cobblestone streets, hidden gardens, and gaslit streetlamps. Considered one of Boston’s most desirable and expensive residential areas in the city, this tour offers a sneak peek inside some of its available houses that define this historic district.

Just past Boston Common Park, the tour will continue into the North End, known as Boston's "Little Italy" for its Italian American population and Italian restaurants. As the city's oldest residential community, explore the vibrant streets lined with colorful row houses, Colonial-era dwellings, and ornate Victorian-era residences. Catch a glimpse of Boston’s popular Freedom Trail, which winds through the North End to historic destinations like the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church.

Embark on this captivating journey through time and architecture, where the past meets the present in two of Boston's most storied neighborhoods. Join this tour and uncover the rich history and charm of Beacon Hill and the North End firsthand.