The South End, an urban Victorian neighborhood, is one of the largest in the
country. It was once a home for many working class immigrants until the 1980's when wealthy socialites
moving to the city discovered the area and flocked to it. Today, it is a very pleasant neighborhood,
picturesque with gardens and rowhouses.
The South End has many attractions like theatres, exhibit halls, and fine art
galleries. Some include the Boston Ballet, the Community Music Center, and the Boston Center for the
Parking in the South End is difficult to come by, but the neighborhood is
accessible to the MBTA's Green and Orange Lines.