Boston Common Park
Boston Common Park
Beacon Street/H 2
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At 350 years old, this is the country's oldest park and it boasts an interesting cultural and natural history. The Freedom Trail Visitor Center is on site, and the park is a hub for the Emerald Necklace system that links several parks and areas of the city. The 50 acre park is also home to many large, public events, a children's play area, a public garden, several memorials, the Frog Pond (skating in winter and a spray pool for summer), and the entrance to the oldest subway in America is here as well. Dogs are welcome here, on the trails, and may be present during public events. Dogs must be well behaved, be on no more than an 8 foot leash, and be cleaned up after. Dogs are not allowed in the community garden. There are off-leash hours in certain areas of the park in the early mornings and evenings.
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