Boston Common and Public Garden Swan Boats will engage you with its Boston Common, America’s oldest park and the start of the Freedom Trail. You will enjoy here in this large green space, various monuments and the Central Burying Ground of 1756. Just enjoy with rented skates to use on the Frog Pond from November through mid-March, enjoy the spring blossoms and fall foliage colors reflecting in its surface, and in summer, watch youngsters splash about in the wading pool along with the promptbuscharters.com
You might be interested to explore here on the west side of Charles Street, is the 24-acre Public Garden, America’s oldest botanical garden, as well as Victorian-style monuments and statues, including an equestrian statue of George Washington and popular modern bronzes of a family of ducks immortalized in Robert McCloskey’s children’s book Make Way for the Ducklings.
Just enjoy one of Boston’s most iconic experiences for all ages is riding around the lake in the garden’s center on the famous Swan Boats, first launched in the 1870s.
Address: Public Garden, Boston, MA
Official site: http://swanboats.com