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#1 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
Great scenery there's something different every where, little ducklings or real ones, the frog park, beautiful bridge, fab skyline and great shops, cafes/ bars and history around the edges.
Just a great park to visit always beautifully maintained and wonderful flowers and scenery - the ducks and ponds are always therapeutic go watch
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#2 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
The trip was made special by all the enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers from Coast Guard Auxilliary, National Park Service, and Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands.
Look to the horizon from the Boston Harbor waterfront, and gaze at the splendid nautical necklace -- the Boston Harbor Islands National & State Park.
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#3 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
This treasure is a terrific spot to relax, take a walk, view nature, walk your dog, bike ride.....and learn new things.
This park is owned by Harvard University and filled with gorgeous old trees, beautiful shrubs, and perfect lilac and rhododendron bushes.
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#4 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
One of the most unique city parks you'll ever visit, the stunning Greenway allow you to stroll through block after block of central Boston on what used to be a major freeway (now buried underground).
There are bench swings all along the path through the park, and we stopped for a half hour and got a fantastic view of the Boston skyline before continuing on Freedom Trail to North End.
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#5 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
This unusual gem of a museum is in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston.. a short walk from the Museum of Fine Arts [you can park the MFA lot] – it has an eclectic collection of painting, sculpture, tapestry reflecti...
It was the first stop for our family - Green Line from Park Square - on our recent Boston visit, and everyone (including 16 year-old daughter and 20 year-old son) seemed to find something of interest.
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#6 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
With beautiful views of the river, and the amazing skyline from both banks, Charles River Esplanade is a nice place for a walk to admire the beauty of nature & the effort of man!
The park also has gorgeous horticulture maintained by the Esplanade Association, Boston's most impressive tree canopy, and scores of family-friendly events and activities from 5Ks to free fitness classes to park t...
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#7 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
We enjoyed a leisurely walk along the water, watching boats and planes and other park visitors.
the park was beautiful, with great views of the city and the harbor.
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#8 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
On most days, it reminds of New York's Central Park or Chicago's Grant Park or St. Louis' Forest Park, a pastoral and serene landscape to walk and relax and reflect amidst the hustle and bustle of an urban environ...
Like other beautiful landmarks in other great cities (NYC's Central Park, SF's Golden Gate, Vancouver's Stanley Park, London's Hyde Park, etc), this lovely area has rolling lawns, towering trees, beautiful flowers...
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#9 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
The Park staff were friendly, knowledgeable, approachable, and FUN!
The jewel of Massachusetts - Boston Harbor Islands National Parks.
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#10 of 51 Nature & Parks in Boston
The Charlestown MA Navy Yard is a great cooperative of the USS Navy and its oldest active duty warship, the USS Constitution; the US National Park Service, steward of the property and of the heroic USS Cassin Youn...
Great old brick buildings, water views, parks, gardens and seating areas tucked in here and there!
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