Overview: Beacon Hill is a lovely, historic neighborhood in Boston and is home to the Massachusetts State House and Suffolk University. The area is known for its cobblestone streets, central location and colonial architecture. The neighborhood is generally divided into three sections: the South Slope, the North slope and the Flat of the Hill.
Culture: Beacon Hill tends to attract a mix of students and business professionals. While the neighborhood itself is relatively small, its location makes many top Boston cultural attractions easily accessible, including the Boston Common, the TD Garden and Faneuil Hall.
Location: Beacon Hill is located near the center of Boston along the Charles River. It is neighbored by the West End, Historic Downtown and Back Bay. It is also very close to the Financial District.
Transportation: The MBTA Stations in Beacon Hill are Park Street on the Red Line and Green Line, Charles Street on the Red Line, and Bowdoin on the Blue Line.
Colleges & Universities: Suffolk University, Suffolk University Law School
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