37 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Walk along the Charles River or have a picnic lunch. Take the kids or dogs out to play.
Great path to explore, usually filled with activities. Take note that you'll have to cross a bridge over a strip of highway.
Most beautiful public park in Boston. Paved paths for running, biking and walking. The Esplanade is the location for 4th of July fireworks and the Esplanade Hatch (just a concert venue on the Esplanade) has occasional summer concerts.
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“Don't forgot to make Dinner Reservations, especially if you would like to sit outdoors during the summer. Lunch you may get by with out reservations. Sitting at the bar is also a casual option. Enjoy!”
- 19 locals recommend
“Dining that seamlessly turns into a nightclub, food and atmosphere is great. Or you can just do dinner and head into Copley Square for dessert.”
- 8 locals recommend
“"COPLEY SQUARE" Here you'll find a cluster of handsome historic buildings, including the ornate French-Romanesque Trinity Church, the masterwork of architecture HH Richardson. Across the street, the classic Boston Public Library, America's first municipal library, lends credence to Boston's reputation as the "Athens of America". Pick up a self-guided tour brochure and wander around, noting gems like the murals by John Singer Sargent and sculpture by Augustus Saint-Gaudens."”
- 37 locals recommend