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Definatly take the time to walk around the pond. See if you can find the swan nest! Get some bread and feed the ducks, there will be ducklings in the springtime. The swan boats are fun and cheap.
They say not to feed the ducks, but let's get real it's the cheapest way to make a whole lot of friends. All it takes is one loaf bread and you are God for an hour. Enjoy!
See if you can spy the two friendly elderly ladies dressed in 1930s style clothing. Their spirits emerge from the Ritz Carlton Hotel and are seen strolling arm in arm through the park.
Spot the ducks! And hang out with the incredibly domesticated squirrels (they'll approach you if you pretend to have something in your hands for them).
Sit on the benches by the pond during the day with a good book. And enjoy a lovely picnic at night with some hot tea. The public garden is truly one of the most beautiful places in Boston.
Board the delightful Swan Boats in the Public Garden and take a leisurely turn around the lagoon. The foot-pedaled swans are an enchanting rest from a day of shopping or exploring.
Bring a blanket for lounging, a book for reading, and cash for the swan boats (a touristy diversion for only $3). Bonus points for being here during tulip season.
Find the bench used during filming for Good Will Hunting. Great place to sit a while and reflect, reading messages left for Robin Williams! Beautiful.
Just sit by the water during the work lunch time and watch life going on around. Tulips are absolutely beautiful! Cherry blossoms going on! Swan boats and real swans are out there now, take a break fr
A 'must' place to visit in Boston. Ride the swan boats, check out the 'Make way for ducklings' statue of just check out the flowers and trees.
A beautiful place for a sunny afternoon walk. The squirrels are fat and friendly, they came right up to me!
make sure to take the time to walk through the Gardens. We were there in early May and the trees were blossoming, the tulips were up. Beautiful
If you're looking to pat lots of dogs, better to cross the street to the Common. The Public Garden is the spot for a nice, scenic walk.
Never come to this garden in the wrong season!! Try coming early Fall or late Spring .. It would be very attractive more than any other
We know of some couples who have tied the knot here. Definitely a beautiful venue! Contact us for wedding flowers delivered to your doorstep! www.bridesign.com
The bridge crossing the lagoon, designed by William G. Preston, opened in 1867. It was the world's shortest functioning suspension bridge before its conversion to a girder bridge in 1921.
Just a nice place to sit, read and people watching. Otherwise always entertaining to see all the squirrels scampering around!
Not unusual to witness proposals, wedding ceremonies and couples on a picnic. Keep an eye out for professor world band and his kazoos!
Buy a cone from the Boston Frosty truck on the corner of Boylston and Arlington, then take a stroll along the pond.
Get a vanilla cone at the Frosty Man on the corner of Arlington and Boylston and then go sit next to the 'lake' and watch the swan boats go by as you enjoy your delicious treat!
The best place in Boston. You have to come. If already here, walk down to the pins and make way for ducklings!
Interesting Fact: The seal of Boston holds the words "Sicut patribus sit Deus nobis" which in latin means "God be with us as he was with our fathers".
Very pretty. I missed the swan boats by a day. I wish it was listed on the go boston card that they were not year round.
Gorgeous park with a bridge, duck boats, and a lot of ducks. Bring the kids, pets, and friends to enjoy the day!
One of the best public garden I have seen and excellent location 🇺🇸
This place is definitely one of the best places to relax in Boston, lovely flowers and lovely atmosphere!
Parking is safe and friendly. You have to get over the fees because parking is so limited in Boston.
Watch out for homeless man who will fall on top of you and pet your feet while your relaxing with friends.
Beautiful park. Great place to just lounge around on a nice day. One of my favorite spots in Boston.
During the summer the nearby beacon hill hotel and bistro offers blankets and picnic baskets!
Dogs, children, musicians, ducks, swans and sun <3 bring a blanket and sit under the willow trees
On your way to the Swan Boats in Boston Public Garden, be sure to pass by the home of the first same sex marriage in the nation, the Arlington St. Church.
Excelent place to have a peacefull day with a good friend... For me, very good memories of my good friend Jenna!
Beautiful park. Always has nice flowers and plants during the warmer months
Very well manicured garden with beautiful flower beds from Spring to Autumn.
When the Red Sox are playing in the World Series, the "Make Way for Ducklings" statues are as excited as anyone in Beantown.
The swanmobile during a wonderfully sunny day. You will enjoy it.
Looks nice but when it's the only grass area for Mike's in a city, it gets packed
"Since being established by Horace Gray in 1837, the Boston Public Garden has had a strict "No Nudity" policy. Trust me." - Conan O'Brien
Beautiful. RIP Robin. Also, if you bring a cute puppy to the park, don't get mad if you get a lot of attention.
There is a great statue of the discoverer of the medical use of ether on the East end of the park
My favorite park in the world! It's beautiful, specially in Spring. A can't miss while in Boston
More communal feel than the next door Boston Common. Much prettier though much smaller