It's a short little street very near the Cheers Bar on Beacon Hill so it's worth a stop and a photo. Cute!
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The idea that this street has survived the tons of photographs and "wow's is remarkable. The most photographed street in Boston deserves a visit because you will remember it always.
This was amazing! Even a person who gets bored with history should enjoy this incredible site. There are lots of old streets in Boston but Acorn Street is a real cobblestone street and really gives an accurate picture of colonial America, right down to the...More
This street is narrower than the others on Beacon Hill but no more charming than the rest. I wouldn't travel out of the way to find that specific street but certainly visit Beacon Hill.
Acorn Street is very close to Beacon Hill, Boston Commons, and Cheers. I would not make a special trip just to see this street (although it is adorable), but since it's so close to other must sees, it's definitely worth walking the couple blocks to...More
It was exactly how I imagined it would be. Such a picturesque little street. Love the names of the streets in the neighbourhood. Great to browse around. So much character.
I found my way here. On a busier day though don't expect to have the street to yourself. If you go here please be considerate of others, and after you take your picture, don't stand in the middle of the street talking on your phone,...More
Make some time to walk around the old neighborhood. There are beautiful Boston townhouses, brick and cobblestones. Acorn Street with it's river rock. Shops and restaurants along Charles Street. It's a smaller neighborhood just off the State House.