Boston By Foot Tour: Brahmins of the Back Bay: Notable and Notorious
The “Boston Brahmins” have a reputation for being elitist, but they fought to abolish slavery and to recognize women’s rights, built cultural institutions.
Stops include where Isabella Stewart Gardner lived before she transformed a Venetian Palace into a museum, and the home of Julia Ward Howe, who fought for women’s rights. See men's clubs and visit Copley Square.
Meet rain or shine in front of the Arlington St. Church. Buy tickets from your guide (cash only) or on our website.
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351 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116