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  2. Public Garden | Boston.gov

    www.boston.gov/parks/public-garden

    Boston Parks and Recreation Department grows all the plants used in bedding-out the Public Garden in their greenhouses. Over 80 species of plants are cultivated there for future plantings in the Garden and more than 50 other locations around the city.

  3. Boston Public Garden - U.S. National Park Service

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    The Boston Public Garden is located in downtown Boston, MA adjacent to the Boston Common, bounded by Bacon, Charles, Boylston, and Arlington Streets. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark. For more information, visit the City of Boston Parks & Recreation website.

  4. Boston Public Garden - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

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    Boston Public Garden 4.5 9,951 reviews #3 of 446 things to do in Boston Parks • Gardens Visit website Write a review About This Frederick Law Olmsted-designed park, famous for its Swan Boats, has over 600 varieties of trees and an ever-changing array of flowers. It is America's first public garden. Suggested duration 1-2 hours

  5. Boston Public Garden - Wikipedia

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    The Public Garden, also known as Boston Public Garden, is a large park in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to Boston Common. It is a part of the Emerald Necklace system of parks, and is bounded by Charles Street and Boston Common to the east, Beacon Street and Beacon Hill to the north, Arlington Street and Back Bay to the west, and ...

  6. Boston Public Garden: The Complete Guide - TripSavvy

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    Public Garden Address Boston, MA 02116, USA Phone +1 617-635-4505 Web Visit website Located next to the Boston Common right in the middle of the city, you’ll find the Boston Public Garden — America’s first public botanical garden.

  7. The Garden - Friends of the Public Garden

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    Boston’s Public Garden is the groomed and formal younger cousin to the more casual and boisterous Boston Common. The first public botanical garden in America, its form, plantings, and statuary evoke its Victorian heritage. This green and flowering oasis in the heart of a great metropolis has become a Boston icon.

  8. Public Garden Tours - Friends of the Public Garden

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    Virtual Tour of Boston Public Garden. Watch on. Join the Friends of the Public Garden for walking tours of Boston’s iconic Public Garden. Learn about the history, sculpture, and horticulture of America’s first public botanical garden by taking a one hour guided tour through this treasured oasis.

  9. Boston Common & Public Gardens | Parks

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    The Public Garden is famous for its swan boats and has inviting walks and lovely bridge views. While the Common and the Gardens are adjacent (bisected by Charles Street) and serve a unified purpose, the two parks spaces have vastly different characters. The larger, more pastoral Common supports recreational activities and flexible uses, while ...

  10. Boston Common | Boston.gov

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    The Friends of the Public Garden is a non-profit citizen's advocacy group formed in 1970 to preserve and enhance the Boston Public Garden, Common, and Commonwealth Avenue Mall in collaboration with the Mayor and the Parks & Recreation Department. The Friends number over 2,500 members and many volunteers.

  11. Public Garden | Boston.gov

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    Boston Parks and Recreation Department grows all the plants used in bedding-out the Public Garden in their greenhouses. Over 80 species of plants are cultivated there for future plantings in the Garden and more than 50 other locations around the city.