Boston Fire Department - Beacon Hill Firehouse 200 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 The Beacon Hill firehouse is home to Engine 4, the third busiest fire truck in Boston. The firehouse on Cambridge Street…More covers District 3, serving Beacon Hill and the West End. About 60 percent of the district's calls are fire-related emergencies. The Boston Fire Department moved into the Beacon Hill firehouse on Cambridge Street in 1963. The firehouse is open to the public and when they are not out on a call, fire fighters are happy to give residents a peek inside one of the engines. The fire department traces its origins to 1678 when the first municipal fire department was organized in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Hill House is located in a former Beacon Hill fire house that now serves as the headquarters for this nonprofit…More community center. Founded in 1966, Hill House specializes in children's programs and physical education. Hill House offers programs in art, chess, karate, baseball, dance, music, soccer, basketball and gymnastics. Hill House also has gym space at the Beacon Hill Civic Association building at 74 Joy Street.
The converted fire house garage doubles as a gymnasium for local elementary schools and is home to a host of community programs, events, parties and meetings. The Hill House motto is "Your backyard in the city."
Check the Website for a calendar of events and full list of programs. Hill House accepts volunteers and donations.
F W Webb Company 237 Albany St, Boston, MA02118 F W Webb Company specializes in plumbing, heating, valve repair, fire protection, plastic IP gas and designer baths.…More F W Webb Company services both industrial and residential. Tom Blades is the General Manager and Carl Nantel is the Sales Coordinator at this location.
Savenor's Market has been serving the Boston area since 1939, when its original location opened in Cambridge. After…More that store was destroyed in a fire in 1992, Savenor's Market relocated to the Beacon Hill area, where it continues its tradition of providing high-quality and often exotic produce to the local area.
A more detailed history of this Boston institution can be found on the store's website. There are butchers on the premises, and the store offers a wide range of high-quality cuts of meat, cheese and bread. Savenor's Market is also known for imported and specialty chocolates and sweets.
Known as Boston's oldest grocery store, DeLuca's Market has been in the same Beacon Hill location and run by the same…More family for nearly 100 years. Starting out as the neighborhood destination for fresh fruit and produce, over the years its owners have added a butcher shop, fresh bread, cheese, and wine, beer and liquor to DeLuca's inventory.
In addition to fresh meat, seafood, and produce, DeLuca's offers its own prepared foods, including glazed shrimp kabobs, baked ham, meatloaf, lasagna, and pork roast stuffed with prosciutto, spinach and provolone. Wines and cheeses from Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the Americas are available, as well as Belgian ales. DeLuca's website provides a guide to these products and the products' regions of production. There is also a pottery store on site, offering vases, cups, saucers and home decor. Many of DeLuca's products can be ordered on the website.
Note: The store is currenty closed and under construction due to a fire.