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“Located in the heart of downtown, Boston Common is an essential attraction for all visitors and travelers coming to Boston. Boston's financial district, downtown Crossing, Newbury Street, Copley Place, Public Garden, and many more major attractions are within walking distance. Boston Common used to be a huge grazing area for livestock in the 19th century and now turned into a common space that serves as a park and hosts multiple festivals, events throughout the year. There are various food trucks/vendors near the Park Street stop and various monuments scattered across the Commons. In the winter, the Frog Pond within the Commons transforms into an outdoor skating rink; during the summer the Frog Pond carousel is open to kids along with a nearby playground.”
230lokala rekommendationer
“Right next to the Boston Commons, the Public Garden is a popular tourist attraction especially during the spring and summer seasons. In the middle of the garden is a huge pond where tourists have the option of riding Swan boats that take you around for a short, relaxing ride. The garden is well-decorated and maintained with beautiful flowers and a common place for people to picnic, take a stroll, walk their dogs, & take photos. Although substantially smaller than New York's Central Park, the Public Garden is a great place to check out!”
187lokala rekommendationer
“One of Boston's oldest and most beautiful parks. You can get there on a bike path, or by car. It is about 2 miles away. ”
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Hamn / marina
“Enjoy a lovely walk and picnic at Jamaica Pond. Visit our neighbors steps away from Roxbury in JP. Downtown Centre is filled with local restaurants and boutique shops. You will come across some of our favorite spots like JP Licks, JP Seafood, Same Old Place (pizza) and more.”
126lokala rekommendationer
“This park, part of the Emerald Necklace of green spaces, includes a zoo, golf course & arboretum.”
56lokala rekommendationer
Monument / sevärdhet
“The Bunker Hill Monument is a historical landmark that 200-ft. high and requires a bit of exercise (climbing 300 steps) to get to the top where you will find a beautiful view of the city. Great photo opportunity! For more information, visit https://www.thefreedomtrail.org/trail-sites/bunker-hill-monument”
68lokala rekommendationer
“Ranger Station with guided walks, nature programs and path around the reservoir. Also water treatment plant tours.”
55lokala rekommendationer
“The main square of the Back Bay area is surrounded by both old and ultra-modern buildings. Its architectural highlight is Trinity Church, a red sandstone building designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson in his distinctive style, known as Richardson Romanesque. Trinity is widely considered to be his finest work. The murals, frescoes, and painted decorations inside are by John La Farge and much of the fine stained glass is by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris. Facing it, across a grassy lawn where you can enjoy a picnic lunch with neighborhood office workers, is the Boston Public Library founded in 1848 as the first publicly funded lending library in the country. ”
49lokala rekommendationer
Hamn / marina
“Kayaking along the Charles. Make your way from Kendall to Harvard, great sights to see. Remember to wear sunscreen! (Available seasonally)”
44lokala rekommendationer
“Walk along the Charles River or have a picnic lunch. Take the kids or dogs out to play.”
41lokala rekommendationer
“Boasts a gorgeous 360 view of the city and located on the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower. Recommended to go at night! More details: http://skywalkboston.com/”
38lokala rekommendationer
“Only one stop away on on the Red Line (JFK stop, exit near the traffic circle and go across it diagonally to get to Carson Beach) this is a long walkable beach with nice clean Victorian Bath houses with a good sandwich shop, you can spend the day. ”
28lokala rekommendationer
“Amazing! The oldest WWII war food public gardens in the USA. Now residents of Boston can use them for plant or food gardening.”
7lokala rekommendationer
“Enjoy a fun early morning or afternoon jog and see the famous Hatch shell. Its a great place to view the 4th of July fireworks and they hold classical concerts there.”
30lokala rekommendationer
“A gem of a park in East Boston. Great for a picnic with stunning views of Boston. Warm spring and summer nights are incredibly pleasant there. You need to check it out. The sailing center itself is a great gem in Eastie. Not sure about membership or rates. ”
29lokala rekommendationer
“Beautiful bike, walking trails, bridges, nature along the river, with best views of Cambridge and the river. Enjoy walks and sunsets or just get away from the noise of the city”
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