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Blogs & Sites
Location: Boston, MA
Location: Curzon Mill Road, Newburyport, MA
The former Moseley family estate on the Merrimack River, Maudslay Park features 19th century gardens and plantings, rolling meadows, towering pines, and one of the largest naturally-occurring s...
Location: 33 Summerhouse Drive, Plymouth, MA
The Pinehills features neighborhoods of finely crafted, custom single-family homes and condominium town homes, two golf courses, walking and nature trails, shops, and restaurants.
Location: Bennington Street, Boston, MA
Location: Jamaica Plain, MA
Location: 140 Great Plain Avenue, Wellesley, MA
Boston Sports Clubs camp programs provide social interaction in a safe, caring, non-competitive environment. Programs include an array of sports and games, swimming in an outdoor pool, arts and...
Location: Day Street, and Herbert Street, Somerville, MA
The Davis Square Farmers' Market gives city folk the opportunity to purchase fruits and vegetables from the people who actually grew them.
Sure beats vegetables purchased from the Green Giant ...
Location: 174 Liberty Street, North Bridge Visitor's Center, Concord, MA
Location: 22 Vinal Avenue, Somerville, MA
The Center is a community garden that also provides a hands-on learning environment for local youth to learn about the natural world, science, community service, and cultural issues. After-school prog...
Location: 32 Shore Drive, Somerville, MA
Location: Charlestown Navy Yard, Charlestown, MA
Established in 1800, Charlestown Navy Yard served the navy with distinction until its closing in 1974. At that time, 30 acres became part of Boston National Historical Park. The National Park Service ...
Location: Powderhouse Circle, Broadway, Somerville, MA
Powder House Park (also known as Nathan Tufts Park), on the National Register of Historic Places, contains the famous powder house that British troops raided in 1774, leading to the Revolutionary War....
Location: 83 Beals Street , Brookline, MA
John F. Kennedy National Historic Site preserves the birthplace of America's 35th president. In 1967, the President's mother returned here, where Kennedy spent his boyhood, and restored the hou...
Location: Between Arlington and Charles Sts., Boston, MA
The Public Garden is not to be missed. Boasting pristine flower beds, towering willows, and winding footpaths around a quiet lagoon, it offers all who enter a taste of civility in the mi...