Central Parking 1 Center Plz, Boston, MA02108 Central Parking is a 24-hour parking garage located at One Center Plaza in Beacon Hill. It offers daily, monthly and…More prepaid chaser ticket rates. It's a spacious and safe parking lot with over 300 spots.
Pilgrim Parking owns, leases and manages parking lots in the Boston area. This location is easily accessible by…More residents of the Charlestown and North End areas and is directly across from TD Garden. The lot contains 30 parking spaces, four of which are designated handicapped spots.
During events at TD Garden, vehicles with parking passes must vacate the lot by 6pm.
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.
Park Street Kids is a pre-school housed in the large office building of the Park Street Church.
The…More school accepts toddlers through pre-school-aged children. It was founded in 2000 after a group of mothers from Park Street Church grew frustrated with the lack of pre-school options in the community. Since then, the school has grown by leaps and bounds and has led, two years later, to the establishment of an elementary school called Park Street School on Brimmer Street.
Parents must go through a competitive admissions process. Tuition ranges from $6,200 per year for the toddler program to $10,600 per year for five-day preschool. Need-based financial aid is available and Park Street Kids strives to meet 100 percent of a family's need.
The small, charming park and the rows of historic, uniform-brick homes flanking either side make Louisburg Square a…More pleasant place to stroll on the way back from shopping on Charles Street.
Louisburg Square is cooperatively owned and maintained by its residents -- it's a private park and non-residents are not allowed inside the wrought-iron fence. The park was established in 1826 on land purchased from the painter John Singleton Copley. The brick homes were erected around the park a few years later.
The park features statues of Aristides and Columbus at either end.
The Phillips Street Play Area is a quieter, more adult-friendly playground than its neighbor up the hill, the Myrtle…More Street Playground. The play area is in the lower part of the park and features modern, jungle gym-like playground equipment set on top of rubber mats to absorb falls. The play area is surrounded by a low wall convenient for parents to sit on.
The upper park is a peaceful space with benches overlooking the play area. Pets are allowed in the upper part of the park only. It is maintained by the city's Parks and Recreation Department.
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.
Brimmer Street Garage 70 Brimmer St, Boston, MA02108 Located in a quaint, residential section of Beacon Hill, this condominium-type garage offers parking spaces for…More sale, as well as a limited number of spaces for monthly rental. A valet greets each client at the entrance to park or retrieve their vehicle. Contact the company for information about availability and pricing.
Park Street School was founded in 2002 as an outgrowth of the successful preschool, Park Street Kids, founded two…More years earlier. It is affiliated with the Park Street Church.
The school was founded by a group of mothers from the Park Street Church who recognized a real need for a good school in the neighborhood, says Park Street's communication director, Kim Twitchell. Since then the school has grown by leaps and bounds and it now receives many more applicants per year than it can accept.
Seventy-five percent of Park Street's students come from downtown Boston neighborhoods and the vast majority walk or ride a scooter to school.
The school is committed to diversity and most of its students come from families outside the Park Street Church community.
The school says Christianity is its guiding principal and it puts a lot of emphasis on fostering Christian values in its students.
The school's gymnasium features a climbing wall and recess is often held on the Esplanade or Boston Common.
To enroll their child parents must submit an application and application fee, visit an open house and schedule their child for one-on-one testing.
Tuition is $15,100 per year for kindergarten; $17,500 per year for grades 1 - 3 and $19,600 for grades 4 - 6. Financial aid is available.
Garage at Government Center 50 New Sudbury St, Boston, MA02114 Located within walking distance of Fanueil Hall, the North End, TD Bank North Garden, and Boston's Financial District,…More the Garage at Government Center is a convenient parking facility for tourists, professionals and residents of Beacon Hill. The garage features spaces on eight levels, two entrances and two exit locations on New Chardon and New Sudbury Streets, and a ground-floor lobby on Congress Street. The facility also offers driver assistance, including battery jump-starts, tire inflation, tire changes and car location, as well as an escort service to your car 24 hours a day upon request. Monthly parking passes, a reverse commute program and "Park N' Go" cards are also available.
Charles Street Garage 144 Charles St, Boston, MA02114 Parking in Boston doesn't get any easier. Simply pull into the garage entrance and you'll be greeted by a valet, who'll…More take over from there. This multi-level garage is equipped with a car elevator and features all indoor parking to protect your vehicle from the elements. Rates range from $11 for 1 hour to $30 for 24 hours. Monthly ($475), quarterly ($1,365) and annual ($5,220) plans are also available.
The Myrtle Street Playground is tucked down a quiet, pristine street in Beacon Hill but the playground itself is…More anything but quiet, owing to the park's popularity with young Beacon Hill families.
A well-appointed and traditional playground maintained by the city's parks & recreation department, Myrtle Street features two separate play areas, plenty of swings, a sandbox, three slides, picnic tables and rubber mats to absorb falls.
Visit the playground's website for upcoming events.
Friends of the Public Garden is a nonprofit organization that formed in 1970 in response to the deterioration of…More Boston's public parks. Today, the organization partners with the city of Boston to maintain the beauty and splendor of the Boston Public Garden, the Boston Common and the Back Bay's Commonwealth Avenue Mall.
From its headquarters in Beacon Hill, Friends of the Public Garden helps to preserve and protect the parks by repairing fences and fountains, restoring monuments and maintaining trees and foliage. It takes care of 44 monuments and more than 2,000 trees in all three parks. In 2009, the organization spent more than $150,000 on pruning, fertilizing and injecting trees against disease.
The group partners with the city of Boston and is supported largely through private donations. Executive Director Elizabeth Vizza and a board oversee the organization's activities. To join Friends of the Public Garden, residents can make a donation online of $25 or more.