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Parcs et nature à Cambridge

Meilleurs parcs

“If you're walking through the streets of Beacon Hill or the pathways of the Boston Common, you'll notice a building with a golden dome, made from copper and topped with gold. That's the Massachusetts State House, which has been there since 1798 and houses the state's government. There's plenty of Massachusetts history to take in if you visit for a free tour.”
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“The Public Garden, also known as the Boston Public Garden, is a large park in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to Boston Common. ”
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“Great walking, jogging, biking and natural park setting with beautiful views of the pond, which makes you feel like you have escaped the city. ”
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“Walk along the Charles River or have a picnic lunch. Take the kids or dogs out to play.”
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Salle de concert
“Enjoy a fun early morning or afternoon jog and see the famous Hatch shell. Its a great place to view the 4th of July fireworks and they hold classical concerts there.”
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Bateau ou traversier
“Boston’s Public Garden, located in Beacon Hill, is America’s oldest botanical garden. The 24-acre park boasts beautiful formal plantings, the world’s smallest suspension bridge, and its main attraction, an almost 4-acre pond, home to Boston’s famous Swan Boats. Astoundingly, these foot-pedal powered boats shaped like giant swans have plied the waters of the pond since 1877. No visit to Boston in the warm weather is complete without taking a ride on one (a captain supplies the foot power). A natural follow-up to a ride is to pay a visit to the Make Way for Ducklings bronze sculptures, done by Nancy Schön, as a tribute to the 1941 classic children’s story by Robert McCloskey.”
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“Beautiful bike, walking trails, bridges, nature along the river, with best views of Cambridge and the river. Enjoy walks and sunsets or just get away from the noise of the city”
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College Quad
“Bustling and beautiful - see the statue of John Harvard and the classic buildings of the quad”
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Terrains de jeux

“Beautiful park with walk and bike paths, public boat rentals, stunning views of the Charles River, and much more!”
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“Great place to play frisbee, softball, watch cricket or soccer, and to picnic or bring kids to play on the swings. There is also live music at the park in the summer”
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“Local park adjacent to harvard square and across from harvard yard. About a five minute walk.”
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“Nice park to walk around and it is dog-friendly! You can also go to Charlestown. ”
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“One of the bigger parks in the area. It has sections for both big- and little kids, with a water-play area. There is also a big lawn where the kids can run around. This park has full shade in parts of it all day so is good if you want to avoid the sun.”
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Baseball Field
“Big ballfield. But next to it, on Berkshire St., is the Gold Star Mother's Pool, open June-mid-August, admission $.75 (75 cents). Nice place to cool down on a hot day. Open until 7PM, 7 days a week.”
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“Nearby park has a nice playground and field. The closest spot if you need to run the kids around.”
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