风味小巷橡子街
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区域: 灯塔山
如何到达
  • Charles/MGH • 步行 6 分钟
  • Park St • 步行 7 分钟

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wildformywife
佛罗里达Hobe Sound39 条分享
2022年9月 • 夫妻情侣
The research I found stated this was the most photographed street in Boston. It’s very pretty and I guess if you posted on social media but a sign stated No trespassing so we were slightly confused if you could travel down the street or not. Probably 4 stars, rated 3 as we didn’t walk down it, get a picture and don’t post on instagram or TikTok, so…..
撰写日期:2022年10月3日
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Salma
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2022年9月
Walking in the streets of Beacon Hill was an unforgettable memory: Lots of beautiful buildings,and Acron Street was breathtaking.
撰写日期:2022年9月30日
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LReneeAA
明尼苏达67 条分享
2022年7月 • 家庭
Was a little hard to find the street. Wasn’t overly impressed as most of the streets around the area looked the same. It was a three minute attraction( that’s how long it took to walk the street).
Only thing unique was the actual road. Pretty sure you can’t drive on it which I seen in other posts. We were there around 5:00 and only one other family was around.
撰写日期:2022年7月31日
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twinairsigns
马萨诸塞波士顿87 条分享
2021年12月
Located in the heart of Beacon Hill, Acorn Street is purportedly the most photographed ally in America - and having been erected during the 1700's, one of the oldest and last *true cobblestoned rows left in America.

If you're considering visiting, rest assured you'll feel like you walked right into the Revolutionary Era when you walk the path. It's situated just south of Louisburg Square and is rich in Black History and the racial progress of our nation. Once inhabited by freed slaves who played a pivotal role in the Underground Railroad, Acorn Street now houses some of the most coveted real estate in all of Massachusetts.

1. Be prepared to wait
No matter when you go, there will usually be some sort of a crowd. Expect to wait a few minutes, expect people to be waiting to shoot after you (and expect them to awkwardly watch while you take yours - though in our case, this could have been the out-of-season plaid and stacks of matching packages).

2. Avoid going at the busiest times
Your best bet is to go on a weekday, closer to dusk - but either way, this is not the location to do a full photoshoot (we snapped pics for five minutes, then took the rest of our photos in the surrounding areas.

3. Know your surroundings
Acorn Street isn't comprable to say, taking pictures at Lombard Street in San Francisco. The one-block-long road is just about the width of a car and because it is still in use, you may have to stop and move to allow for locals to drive through….Or park in front of their house, as this is still a residential street. So be mindful of the people who live there. Avoid accidentally shooting through their windows or getting them in the background of your pictures without their consent. The residents do a fantastic job decorating their stoops for each holiday, making it a great backdrop for seasonal photos (taken in *that season - i.e. if you shoot Christmas card pictures in October, be prepared for pumpkins!)

4. Wear shoes you can walk in
Located in aptly named Beacon Hill, Acorn Street is also much steeper than you could possibly imagine and is a *true cobblestone street, making it incredibly uneven and irregular. So unless you are like me and are willing to break an ankle for the perfect shot, leave the six inch stilettos at home.

5. Bring a wide angle lens
Where you are shooting (and where you are shooting from) are cramped quarters, so bring a wide angle lens to capture the full length of the row houses, and shoot from both the top and the bottom of the street. This means waiting in line twice, but it is worth it, I promise!

6. Take a stroll around Beacon Hill
Taking pictures on Acorn Street is a one-two punch, but all of Beacon Hill is so picturesque - so don't fret. We walked down the block and took a few more images by the shops and brownstones - but it's also in close proximity to the Common, which would make a second — and much more open — location for photos.

7. Soak in the history
#Instagrammable? Indisputably. But more importantly, Acorn Street seeps of historic abolitionist activism in antebellum America. Take some time to learn about the area before or during your visit. Walk down to the Museum of African American History, located at the restored African Meeting House. The museum is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every day except Sunday, and a calendar of events is available on its website.
撰写日期:2022年7月21日
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S B
82 条分享
2022年6月
Wanted to see some original streets of Boston as they were in the 1800's. This street is tucked away in the Beacon Hill area. The roads are small and one can still see the ruts that the carriages left in the cobble-stone street. Walking is challenging as all uneven stones, not the modern cobble stones that are flat. This is a private residential street and as others have commented, residents don't seem to be too thrilled to have tourists wander in. Not a must see, but pretty if you have time to spent.
撰写日期:2022年6月22日
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B1714D
塞尔维亚贝尔格莱德15,552 条分享
2022年4月
....as you will be sent on a wrong, nothing to see address.
This historic alley is on beautiful Beacon hill - it's very small and nestled between two "bigger" streets.
撰写日期:2022年6月1日
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Kristin T
2 条分享
2022年4月 • 夫妻情侣
*DON’T BOTHER* - The residents of the street successfully petitioned to get the address and listing removed from Google and have now added a “No Trespassing” sign above the alley. I have been here several times over the years and never had an issue like this.

This time, as my boyfriend and I were quietly snapping a photo of the street, a resident came out of his home and scolded us and told us we were trespassing. He continued on even after we politely disengaged and tried to walk away and told us people come and wake him up at 6am - mind you it was 1 o’clock in the afternoon at this point and no one was making any noise.

I guess this will no longer be the most photographed street in America.
撰写日期:2022年4月6日
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AmieMo
犹他州普若佛64 条分享
2021年11月
Stopped during the day and people were coming out of their residents. They seemed really annoyed that tourists were around trying to shoot photos, I would feel the same. If everyone could just leave the street so I could get a picture;)
撰写日期:2022年2月16日
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Michael K
809 条分享
2021年10月
This is a much touted photo-op spot. When we visited, there was indeed a small crowd waiting to take a selfie with the street as the backdrop. It is a quaint looking street, but overrated. Note that you have to climb uphill to reach this street.
撰写日期:2021年10月19日
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Patron17
科罗拉多丹佛264 条分享
2021年10月 • 家庭
What a neat road and area of the city. Absolutely worth seeing and walking through. Highly recommend. Careful walking as the road is uneven.
撰写日期:2021年10月17日
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