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The Arnold Arboretum is a great green space. Most of the trees and plants are labeled so you know what they are. There are not just trees but also climbing plants, some flowers. There is a bonsai garden. Anyone can visit for a walk, bike...More
If you are in for a long walk in a large park, this place is for you. Very quiet park, far from the main attractions in Boston. I arrived there by taking the bus. Line 39 will get you there (drop off at South St...More
Whenever I happen to be in the neighborhood I like to stop by and go for a walk at the arboretum. It provides a nice respite from driving (especially on the Fenway and Jamaicaway!). The opportunity to put names to trees that I have admired...More
The Arboretum is a great place to go with friends or family to relax for the day. There is no exciting attractions, but the walking nature paths are filled with beautiful trees, flowers, etc. I highly recommend visiting the Bonsai section!
The Arboretum is a wonderful spot to walk, enjoy the lilacs (May), roses (June), or the other trees and birds that can be sighted there. Parking is best on Bussey Street. From the entrance building (where you can find interesting information), along the winding paved...More
We visited the day before the big, Mother's Day Lilac Festival. It was a cool, overcast Saturday. We drove around the south and eastern sides of the park, eventually finding a parking spot near one of the gates. We didn't have a printed map with...More
This Boston neighborhood feels like a distinct community unique and separate from the bustle of other areas. Beautiful Victorian homes, restaurants with an emphasis on being eco-friendly and providing local and organic food, and a large Hispanic community. Visit Centre and South streets for restaurants, cafes, and little shops. The Arnold Arboretum is a beautiful, large green space well worth a visit if you venture to