Bay Village is one of the smallest neighborhoods in Boston, a friendly and Bohemian area that has become a hub for Boston's gay community. After the original mud flats were drained in the early 1800s, many craftsmen involved in the construction of Beacon Hill's premier residences built their own houses here. Consequently, there are many architectural similarities between these two neighborhoods.
Bay Village, Boston, MA, USA
Nearest Transit: Herald Street Station (Silver Line)
Bay Village and Nearby Attractions on Map
Freedom Trail(1.6 km)
The Freedom Trail is a 2.
Boston Chinatown Gate(0.9 km)
The Chinatown Gate at the corner of Beach Street and Surface Road (T: South Station) is the most visible symbol of Chinatown for the tourists.
U.S.S. Constitution(3 km)
The USS Constitution is the world's oldest afloat commissioned warship, docked in the Charlestown Navy Yard in the Boston National Historical Park.
Cathedral of the Holy Cross(0.9 km)
Museum of Fine Arts(2.3 km)
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston houses a comprehensive collection of over 450,000 works of art, making it the 4th largest museum in the United States.
Boston National Historical Park Visitor Center(1.7 km)
National Park Service Rangers lead a free 90 minute walking tour along the heart of Boston's Freedom Trail where you can learn about Boston's role in the American Revolution.
Boston Opera House(0.8 km)
African Meeting House(1.3 km)
The African Meeting House is the oldest extant black church in the United States, built in 1806.
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