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Boston Harbor Islands
The Boston Harbor Islands include 34 islands ranging in size from less than 1 acre to 274 acres and encompasses 1,600 acres and 35 miles of undeveloped ocean shoreline. Designated as a national park, the area extends 11 miles from downtown Boston.
You can visit the Harbor Islands through a ferry tour or venture out on your own. Explore historic sites, hike, kayak, camp, relax while fishing, or enjoy a picnic and swimming.
Be sure to visit the Boston Harbor Islands Pavillion, an open-air pavillion located on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in downtown Boston, where you can learn about each of the islands and their historical and ecological significance from National Park rangers.
North End Contact Robb Cohen about North End. The North End has the distinction of being the oldest, residential community in Boston. All periods of American history is reflected in its architecture. The North End is a quaint neighborhood, encompassing about 1/3 square mile. Although small, t...
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Pembroke Contact Robb Cohen about Pembroke. Pembroke is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The southwestern section of Pembroke is also known as Bryantville. The earliest European settlers were Robert Barker and Dolor Davis, who settled in the vicinity of Herring Brook in 1650.
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Back Bay Contact Robb Cohen about Back Bay. The Back Bay is a popular, upscale residential and retail district. Residential streets are lined with historic Victorian Brownstones and charming gardens. This ½ square mile area hosts numerous Boston landmarks, such as, Copley Square, the Prudentia...
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