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Public Garden, Boston

Public Garden - Boston, Massachusetts
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Public Garden
69 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108Map
+1 617 635 4505(City Park Council)
Neighborhood: Back Bay
AOL Travel Editor’s Review

The Public Garden was created in 1837, and is an ornate botanical oasis designed by George Meacham. The Garden is one of the top things to do in Boston if you are looking for relaxation in a serene setting. Gorgeous plantings, benches and the lagoon invite contemplation. Statuary includes such only-in-Boston attractions as the Ether Monument and the Make Way For Ducklings sculpture. And everyone wants to ride the Swan Boats in summer.

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By jazzman82592 | Posted 04/07/12
  Im Felix and I love the Public Gardens!  
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Public Garden General Information
  • Type: Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries
  • Nearest Train: Boylston
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