Address : 4 Charles St, Boston.
Open Hours : 6.30 am - 8 pm
Suggested Hours : 2 Hours
Established in : 1837
Established by : Horace Gray
Entry Fee : Free
Established in 1837 the Boston Public Garden is not only Boston’s oldest but also largest garden that has a total area of 64 acres. The park has a wide range of flora and vegetation on display for the visitors. The garden also has a pathway for people to walk and patches of luscious green grass around the park. There are also historical statues and figures of revolutionary American patriots who gave their lives for the country.
Located in the heart of the busy city of Boston the public garden is surely one of Boston’s most loved, visited, and well kept ancient gardens. The garden has an exotic range of newly hybridized and propagated plants and flowers that create a perfect romantic setting for several weddings and joyful occasions. The park also grows greenhouse plants with the aim of purifying the air and creating a better environment for the visitors. Boston public garden is not only home to these flowers and plants but also a Victorian style of architecture that is often seen in the statues and smaller monuments around the park. The Boston public also in its midst has a large pond full of swans and fish.
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