Public Garden, Boston, Massachusetts

13 Mentions on Trippy

  • 2 mentions in Boston: fun activities for a young family?

    • Kathleen M.

      Kathleen M. said, "...some of the city and the kids will love it when it sails down the Charles River. A visit to the Public Garden is well worth a visit. It is a lovely park where you can take a Swan Boatsride and also..." See More

    • Sondra S.

      Sondra S. said, "...ramp up to the top . My kids still talk about this aquarium, also . Another favorite spot is at the Public Garden, the SWAN RIDE BOAT. my parents took me here in the '60s ,I took my children here..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Is the Boston Freedom Trail worth a visit?

    • Alex L.

      Alex L. said, "...the items on the Freedom Trail. I'd suggest that you start at Arlington T-stop (green line) and walk through the Boston Public Garden to the start of the trail. From there, you can pick and choose the historical stuff (unless there is..." See More

    • Nathaniel B.

      Nathaniel B. said, "...and points of interest. As a local and an explorer, I'd just recommend... beginning in Beacon Hill and going through the Public Garden which is adjacent to the Boston Commons, where the trail actually picks up.not eating in Faneuil Hall (which is..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What should I see in Boston in two days' time?

    • Clément B.

      Clément B. said, "...a very walkable city. A good way to get to the must-see places is to follow Freedom Trail Mains spots are Public Garden, Quincy Market , Faneuil Hall Marketplace , Park Street Church or the Boston Public Library , Old State..." See More

    • Todd F.

      Todd F. said, "'s own flavor. If it's somewhat warm out and there's no snow on the ground definitely check out Boston Common and Public Garden. Faneuil Hall Marketplace has some decent shopping but if you're looking to really do some shopping, hit up..." See More

  • 1 mention in Nice, centrally-located hotels in Boston

    • Andrew Z.

      Andrew Z. said, "...Four Seasons Boston is right on Boston's Public Garden, it has everything you expect of a Four Seasons with a hint of Boston flair. The Eliot Hotel is chic and elegant and closer to Fenway Park . Plus Clio and Uni..." See More

  • 1 mention in Boston in a day?

    • Nathaniel B.

      Nathaniel B. said, "...If you want to distill Boston into a single day, I'd plan a few walks. One through Beacon Hill, to the Public Garden, and then down Newbury St, walking one block off Newbury to go through Copley Square. Then I might..." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun things to do when it's cold out?

    • Sean K.

      Sean K. said, "...suggest some places and things that will mix being inside, with being outdoors. Take a walk through the Boston Common and Public Garden. There are paves walking paths as well as an outdoor skating rink (Take that, Rockefeller Center!). A stroll..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the can't miss things to do in Boston?

    • Anna G.

      Anna G. said, "...another nice neighborhood. I recommend Newbury St and The Shops at the Prudential Center for shopping. Commonwealth Ave for a walk. Public Garden is also nearby. Relevant posts here: Also the South End is a nice neighborhood to walk and..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free things to do in Boston?

    • Krista G.

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      Krista G. said, "...depending on the time of year, you can buy tickets to tour America's most loved ballpark. See the Boston Common and Public Garden Visit the top of The Shops at Prudential Center - the ticket doesn't cost much, and the tower offers..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Boston?

    • Katherine B.

      Katherine B. said, "...but it includes the Old South Meeting House and the Old State House. It's also close to the Boston Common and Public Garden. Beacon Hill - This area is very residential and historic. The neighborhood is fun to explore but all..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time to Boston - what can't I miss?

    • Marissa K.

      Marissa K. said, "...of my favorite walks is down the Commonwealth Avenue Mall- it's a tree lined path flanked by brownstones that neighbors the Public Garden and Newbury Street (great shopping). Definitely go to the Top of the Hub for a drink - but for..." See More