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Maverick
Maverick
February 8, 2020
The Public Garden, also known as the Boston Public Garden, is a large park in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to Boston Common.
Haley
Haley
January 3, 2020
Right next to Boston Common lives the Public Gardens. Beautifully landscaped and well manicured, the gardens attract locals and visitors all year round. Stop by the "Make way for ducklings" statue and take a ride on the swan boats. Make sure to see the Washington statue before you head on your way…
Mira
Mira
October 20, 2019
Oldest public garden in America. I love this park specially during the spring season because of it’s very colorful, vibrant and beautiful tulips and flowering trees. Park is well maintained. Friendly squirrels that will follow you for some food , ducks swimming lazyly in the pond and dont forget to…
Chandra
Chandra
August 27, 2019
An all time local and tourist favorite. Come walk through the gardens and get on a paddle boat and take in the views.
Ron
Ron
August 7, 2019
Take a right out of the building walk straight down Commonwealth Ave and find Boston Garden and right after Boston Commons Great walk, great place to people watch

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