Flat of Beacon Hill Walking Tour

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This walking tour is inspired by Samuel Eliot Morrison's childhood memoir One Boy's Boston. Discover Morrison's neighborhood on this tour through one of Boston's least known and most delightful areas.
The Flat of Beacon Hill is built on 19th century made-land along the Charles River. The Flat is geologically part of Back Bay and culturally park of Beacon Hill, with the architecture of both.
This intimate patch of real estate soon acquired carriage houses and horse stables owned by the wealthy families living on Beacon Hill. Today, many of these edifices have been   converted into charming residences and seamlessly blend among the notable landmarks such as the Charles Street   Meeting House, the Church of the Advent, and the Sunflower Castle.
What do Sam Mayday Malone, a private-eye named Spenser, a Fox Terrier named Igloo, and seven strangers have in common? They all know the Flat is where it's at!

Admission: $15 Adults/ $8 Children 6-12
Tickets can be purchased by credit card online at www.bostonbyfoot.org, or with cash directly from your guide at the time of the tour. It is recommended you arrive at least 10 minutes early.

This tour is offered July 18 at 6:00 PM, Sept. 19 at 6:00 PM, and Dec. 8 at 2:00 PM

Meet your guide outside the Charles/MGH MBTA Station (red line). 

For more information, visit: http://www.bostonbyfoot.org/tours/Flat_of_Beacon_Hill