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Adams National Historical Park
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Quincy
Our experience was further enriched by national park tour guides who provided us with valuable historical information and also entertained us with interesting family anecdotes.
The National Park Service did an excellent job with the tour and then we took our trolly to see the Peace Field home where John and Abigail spent their final days and where John Quincy Adams also spent his days.
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Marina Bay
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Quincy
Parking as someone else has mentioned is a bit tricky but find a legal place to park, there is valet parking for some of the dining venues.
Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area Boston 4.9 mi away
#2 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
Everything about this trip was perfect, from the friendly and informative park rangers, to the entertaining boat captain, to the lighthouse keeper in period costume and the helpful Coast Guard Auxiliary on the isl...
The trip was made special by all the enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers from Coast Guard Auxilliary, National Park Service, and Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands.
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Blue Hills Reservation Milton 4.8 mi away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Milton
... Chickatawbut Drives (stopping at the Chickatawbut lookout for the best views of Boston) and then you proceed on to Route 138 and turn north and park in the parking lot on the north side of the Trailside Museum.
Beautiful Nature Close to the City of Boston
Wollaston Beach
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Quincy
Webb Memorial State Park Weymouth 4.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Weymouth
If you explore a bit, or just loop around a couple of times you can get in a good distance while taking in nature and some spectacular views of Boston and Hingham Harbor.
The area was once home to a Nike missle site has been refurbished into a beautiful park With walking paths and benches with gorgeous views of the Boston skyline to Hingham and Hull.
Hancock-Adams Common
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Quincy
Freedom Park
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Quincy
Castle Island Boston 6.0 mi away
#8 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
Lovely park with plenty of space to have a picnic.You're able to bring your own coal or gas grill.Beautiful views of the ocean, nearby islands, and a unique view of the city itself.
The parks are kinda old but you can enjoy the breeze and the view with your loved ones.
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George's Island Boston 6.0 mi away
#10 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
The Park staff were friendly, knowledgeable, approachable, and FUN!
All of the ferry and park staff were nice and helpful.
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World's End Hingham 6.7 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hingham
Gorgeous park with walking trails (former carriage paths), ponds, a small rocky shore with views in the distance of the Boston skyline, lovely trees, and views of Scituate and Cohasset in the other direction.
This is a treasure for those who enjoy the beauty and serenity of nature within the bustle of a great and busy city.
Pond Meadow Park Braintree 3.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Braintree
Perhaps I am prejudiced as we on occasion walk to the park and take the pleasant walk through the woodland around the lake Picnic benches with access by car if you need it lots of parking closes at dusk
I highly recommend Pond Meadow Park as a place to visit to enjoy nature.
Arnold Arboretum Boston 7.1 mi away
#3 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
This treasure is a terrific spot to relax, take a walk, view nature, walk your dog, bike ride.....and learn new things.
This park is owned by Harvard University and filled with gorgeous old trees, beautiful shrubs, and perfect lilac and rhododendron bushes.
Historic Conservation Site Weymouth 2.7 mi away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Weymouth
Boston Public Garden Boston 7.9 mi away
#1 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
Great scenery there's something different every where, little ducklings or real ones, the frog park, beautiful bridge, fab skyline and great shops, cafes/ bars and history around the edges.
Just a great park to visit always beautifully maintained and wonderful flowers and scenery - the ducks and ponds are always therapeutic go watch
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Rose Kennedy Greenway Boston 7.7 mi away
#4 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
One of the most unique city parks you'll ever visit, the stunning Greenway allow you to stroll through block after block of central Boston on what used to be a major freeway (now buried underground).
The large and beautiful shade trees, with plenty of park benches, in this park were a welcome relief on our trek all over Boston!
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Nantasket Beach Hull 7.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hull
Made sand castles (sand is perfect) played bobbles, loved that you can park with you MASS park pass, plenty of parking, easy lunch nearby, and perfect old school carrousel for my little ones to enjoy.
Walking the beach ,seeing what nature washes up on the shores...! Sighted dolphins in the water...seals stop by randomly...fantastic sunrises/moon rises...
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston 7.7 mi away
#5 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
This unusual gem of a museum is in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston.. a short walk from the Museum of Fine Arts [you can park the MFA lot] – it has an eclectic collection of painting, sculpture, tapestry reflecti...
It was the first stop for our family - Green Line from Park Square - on our recent Boston visit, and everyone (including 16 year-old daughter and 20 year-old son) seemed to find something of interest.
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Little Brewster Island and Lighthouse Boston 5.1 mi away
#19 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
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Boston Common Boston 7.8 mi away
#7 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
On most days, it reminds of New York's Central Park or Chicago's Grant Park or St. Louis' Forest Park, a pastoral and serene landscape to walk and relax and reflect amidst the hustle and bustle of an urban environ...
Like other beautiful landmarks in other great cities (NYC's Central Park, SF's Golden Gate, Vancouver's Stanley Park, London's Hyde Park, etc), this lovely area has rolling lawns, towering trees, beautiful flowers...
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Thompson Island Boston 4.4 mi away
#30 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
Great For Nature Walks
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Charles River Bike Path Cambridge 8.1 mi away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
After our Fenway Park tour we walked down to the River Path and took it back to the Public Gardens.
There is a less traveled section beyond that point, extending to Waltham and eventually ending around Norumbega Park in Newton, which also provides fantastic view.
Deer Island HarborWalk Winthrop 7.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Winthrop
I also kayaked to this area from a friend’s home which was another way to see where the park is.
What a fabulous new park!
Charles River Cambridge 8.5 mi away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Cambridge
... picknicking, cycling and having a quiet hour for yourself with a book or with your friends, for the park is just alongside the Charles River where you can see many boats, yachts and canoes, and you will share ...
Apart from the historical marvel of this place, the charm and beauty of nature + the boats sailing along the river is definitely something to see if you're visiting town.
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Franklin Park Zoo Boston 5.5 mi away
#20 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
The friendly zoo staff also brought out a number of different reptiles for visitors to pet! We've gone to the Franklin Park Zoo many times and always enjoyed it- they have a really impressive range of animals not...
Located in a nice park, Franklin Zoo has the perfect size for visiting.
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Houghton's Pond Milton 5.5 mi away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Milton
Perfect place for some jogging around the pond, picnic or swimming (weather permitting).Pretty and relatively clean, maintained by parks and recreation stuff.
Charles River Esplanade Boston 8.6 mi away
#6 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
With beautiful views of the river, and the amazing skyline from both banks, Charles River Esplanade is a nice place for a walk to admire the beauty of nature & the effort of man!
The park also has gorgeous horticulture maintained by the Esplanade Association, Boston's most impressive tree canopy, and scores of family-friendly events and activities from 5Ks to free fitness classes to park t...
Whitney and Thayer Woods Hingham 5.1 mi away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hingham
New England Aquarium Boston 7.7 mi away
#12 of 53 Nature & Parks in Boston
And my own personal favorites were the weedy and leafy sea dragons - amazing creatures!!! Parking tip if you drive is to park in the garage at One International Place.
IF you love nature then you will find a beautiful species in that place, included some shows and a huge group of penguins comin from all over the world .
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Pierce Reservation Milton 3.2 mi away
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Milton