Emerald Necklace, Charles River & Boston Harbor
Other Ideas: Rose Kennedy Greenway; Garden In The Woods: New England Wild Flower Society; Blue Hills State Reservation; Arnold Arboretum; Cochituate State Park
May marks the opening of the official summer season of free walking tours and summer outdoor festivals at these treasures.
Boston's Emerald Necklace offers migration walks, bicycle the Necklace tours and more. The Charles River plays its traditional season of performances on the Esplanade. The Boston Harbor Islands invite you to take a cruise, spread a picnic basket, and also learn about each island's special history.
About Boston Parks & Recreation:
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department oversees 2,200 acres of park land including 215 parks and playgrounds, 65 squares, urban woodlands and street trees, three active cemeteries, 16 historic burying grounds, and two golf courses. The department also programs a wide range of sports, community events, and live entertainment in the parks!
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