Please Check Below For Route Changes
Due to road closures in Cambridge our stop #6 has been relocated to 50 Broadway, in front of the Marriott Hotel on Saturday Dec. 7th and Sunday Dec. 8th. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
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Louisburg Square

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exterior picture of row houses at Louisburg Square in Boston

Louisburg Square

Louisburg Square was designed as a model for town house development in the 1840’s but the square was not replicated because of space restrictions. Today, the area is one of the most prestigious addresses in Boston. The homeowners, not the city, own the square and the oval park. Statues of Columbus and Aristides can be seen on the north and south ends, donated by a Greek merchant in 1850. Residents in the square have included author and critic William Dean Howells, the Alcotts, including author Louisa May Alcott, and currently Secretary of State, John Kerry.

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