When I visited Boston, I knew that I wanted to find out more about historic women in Boston. My podcast, Tourist in your Town, specializes in historic women and minorities. There are several different areas featured on the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail. So, I decided to walk the Back Back East tour and try to find some of the historic places associated with these women.
I discovered that most of the homes associated with the women did not have markers, so a handy printed map would have been helpful for me. I tried to use my phone, but that just didn’t work well for me. But I did find some beautiful doors and entrance ways in this historically residential area.
Be sure to listen to the episode featuring these women and historic locations in the Back Bay East area of Boston.
5 thoughts on “Boston Back Bay East”
Super nice photos!
Some of those doorways are just stunning, lovely work!
Thank you, Tina!
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