During the 1700s, a signal was used on a Boston foothill to warn locals of approaching enemies. Today, the area is known as Beacon Hill and is marked by a monument to honor the original beacon.
Whether you’re familiar with the history or just need a convenient place to stay, Beacon Hill hotels are located in one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods. Once you’re settled into your comfortable accommodation, head to the Massachusetts State House and learn more about the history of the Bay State. After you’ve gotten a feel for local politics, find your way to the Nichols House Museum. A commemorative building that was erected in 1804, this was the home of one of the neighborhood’s oldest and most esteemed families. But before you head back to one of our cheap hotels in Beacon Hill, Boston, stop by the Boston Athenæum. This establishment is one of the oldest libraries in America, and is still chock full of books, as well as art exhibits.
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