Boston Parks


The Boston Public Garden is a large park located in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to Boston Common.



The Rose Kennedy Greenway park in Boston opened in 2008 on land created by the demolished John F. Fitzgerald Expressway over the Big Dig.


The Boston Common is the oldest public park in America founded in 1634. Boston Common contains the Boston Frog Pond, Boston Massacre Memorial, Soldiers and Sailors Monument and the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial.


Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park is located between the North End and the Boston Waterfront. Created in 1974, the Park’s lawns, trellises, flowerbeds and trees make it a nice spot to view Boston Harbor boats.