$15 ($12 BSA Members and Friends of BSA Space); preregistration required
Join the BSA Foundation and Boston By Foot to explore one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Boston. The South End was Boston's first big landmaking project designed to create new housing for Boston's growing upper class. Laid out in fill of the South Bay, the South End was based on an English plan and contains one of the largest collections of Victorian architecture in the country. The latter part of the 1800s brought an array of brick row houses of many different architectural styles to the South End.
After Back Bay provided a newer and more fashionable place to live for the city’s established families, the South End evolved into an area occupied by a diverse population of Bostonians. Major institutions, like the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Boston City Hospital, came into the South End to serve these new populations. The neighborhood is now known for its quality restaurants, funky boutiques, artist lofts, galleries, and theaters.
This tour was originally scheduled for 6:00 pm but has been moved to an earlier time to allow for more daylight.
Boston By Foot promotes public awareness and appreciation of Boston’s rich history and architectural heritage by offering a wide range of guided tour tours and programs.
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