The Jamaica Plain Women's History Trail was researched and designed by Mary Smoyer in 1992, with a great deal of assistance from the Jamaica Plain Historical Society, local residents and friends. It is a good example of the kind of trail one could do in one's own neighborhood. If you would like to … [Read more...] about Jamaica Plain
Walk the Streets Where Boston’s Historical Women Walked
Boston Women’s Heritage Trail offers Self-Guided Tours to take you where women from a wide variety of settings, occupations, and backgrounds made history. These tours were developed by BWHT board members to fulfill our mission to restore women to their rightful place in the history of Boston and in student curriculum.
A Herstory Trail designed in honor of the Boston Women's Memorial and celebrating the lives of Abigail Adams, Lucy Stone and Phillis Wheatley. The Boston Women's Memorial honors three important contributors to Boston's rich history – Abigail Adams, Lucy Stone and Phillis Wheatley. Each of these … [Read more...] about Ladies Walk
The North End Walk starts at the marker for the Mothers' Walk on the Rose Kennedy Greenway between Milk and State streets on the east side of the Greenway. It crosses the Greenway and winds through the narrow streets of the North End, often paralleling the Freedom Trail. The walk presents the lives … [Read more...] about North End
The South End Walk starts at Back Bay Station, goes down Massachusetts Avenue, and then works it way back up and across to the Boston Center for the Arts. The walk presents a wide diversity of women, from mid-nineteenth through the twentieth centuries, particularly a flourishing African American … [Read more...] about South End