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.
Beacon Hill Nursery School 74 Joy St, Boston, MA02114 Hidden from street view, the nursery is located on the right side of the Hill House building, through…More a wrought iron gate. Wooden jungle gyms, slides and a wood-chip playground await kids from ages two through kindergarten.
Hilary House Interiors 86a Chestnut St, Boston, MA02108 Hilary House Interiors is an interior design firm in Beacon Hill. The firm offers clients classical designs, garden…More design, upholstery, custom pillows, furniture layouts and fabric consulting.
Beacon Hill Shoe Repair 126 Bowdoin St, Boston, MA02108 This small shop across from the State House has a lot to offer. In addition to shoe shines and repairs while you wait,…More it also can dye or care for your leather goods.
Domenech Hicks and Krockmalnic 54 Canal St, Boston, MA02114 Domenech Hicks and Krockmalnic is located in Beacon Hill and Puerto Rico. This company specializes in architecture…More services. Domenech Hicks and Krockmalnic offers its services for housing, transportation facilities, historic preservation studies and more. For further information, visit the website.
Nichols House Museum 55 Mt Vernon St, Boston, MA02108 This small historical home, which has been in existence on Beacon Hill for more than 200 years, allows visitors to view…More how a traditional Brahmin family lived in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Greater Boston Legal 197 Friend St, Boston, MA02114 Greater Boston Legal is located in Beacon Hill. This is a legal firm specializing in free civil (non-criminal) legal…More assistance to low-income Boston citizens. Greater Boston Legal offers an Asian outreach unit, an elderly unit, an employment unit, a housing unit, an immigration unit and a welfare law unit.
Judge Skelton Smith 16 Joy St, Boston, MA02114 Judge Skelton Smith is an architectural firm with an office in Beacon Hill. The firm's architectural experience extends…More to landscaping design, country homes, town houses and interior design. Its services include new construction projects and additions to existing structures.
Owned by renowned chef and restaurateur Barbara Lynch, No. 9 Park is one of Boston's most famous fine-dining…More restaurants. Located just steps from the Massachusetts State House, the restaurant is set in an elegant Beacon Hill townhouse and features a warm, romantic interior decor characterized by rich, dark, wood floors and dazzling chandeliers.
Patrons can expect a truly gourmet dining experience here, from beautifully presented dishes featuring Italian and French influences to exquisite wine pairings selected by Wine Director Cat Silirie.
No. 9 Park also offers custom menus and wine selections for private dinners up to 75 persons, and cocktail receptions up to 100.
Park Street Church has been conducting worship services at the same place at the foot of Beacon Hill for more than…More 200 years. The Evangelical Congregational church is well established in Boston with a congregation size of more than 1,500 people, 60 percent of whom hail from Boston proper.
The church at 0 Park Street is connected to a large church office building at 1 Park Street that also houses Park Street Kids, a local preschool started by Park Street parents 10 years ago.
Church officials describe services as liturgically oriented and traditional. Four services are held every Sunday, with traditional services at 8:30am and 11am and contemporary-style services at 4pm and 6pm.
ESL and TOEFL classes and homeless outreach number among the many programs based at the church's Park Street office. On Friday the church holds family night and college ministry night.
This imposing 1970s -era building stands across the street from the State House and is home to the lion's share of…More the State's agencies and departments. The McCormack's severe facade stands in stark contrast to the charming brick row homes on Beacon Hill, but the building's design is an appropriate indication of its functional purpose.
Visitors can walk in the lobby but should expect to pass through metal detectors and an ID check before going any further. Within its 22 stories, the McCormack Building houses the following State government offices:
The Secretary of the Commonwealth
The Attorney General
Office of the State Auditor
Abandoned Property (Department of Treasury)
State Retirement Board (Department of Treasury)
Veterans' Bonus (Department of Treasury)
Executive Office of Consumer Affairs
Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development
Executive Office of Elder Affairs
Massachusetts Public Records
Massachusetts Department of Higher Education
Massachusetts State Lottery
Executive Office of Public Safety
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination
For complete information regarding the locations of State offices and departments visit www.mass.gov.