Boston Common

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  • Address: Charles St, Boston, Massachusetts 02108, United States
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-8887332678
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park

The oldest public park in Boston, and the starting point of the Freedom Trail, was once a popular site for execution by the gallows and military camps. Beautiful monuments and memorials dedicated to Boston’s past and the people who helped shape it are scattered acorss the grounds. The park is part of Boston’s Emerald Necklace, a series of parks linked together. Bring your camera along and click pictures of swans and some daring chipmunks at the park. Its supposed to be very pretty in the rain.

With tickets for Boston Common on your grabs, scan the lengths of the public park of Boston Common adorned with beautiful monuments throughout the way. Although it is not a necessity to buy tickets for Boston Common, getting Boston Common tickets will get you closer to the true essence of Boston and with the Boston Common ticket prices on an all time low it is the right time to cash in. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Boston itinerary 5 days.

  • Underground parking is available. Make sure to keep your parking ticket with you.

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  • Boston Common Address: Charles St, Boston, Massachusetts 02108, United States
  • Boston Common Contact Number: +1-8887332678
  • Boston Common Timing: 24-hrs
  • Boston Common Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Boston Common: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 20.11% of people who visit Boston include Boston Common in their plan

  • 62.5% of people start their Boston Common visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Boston Common

Monday, Friday and Sunday

57.14% of people prefer walking in order to reach Boston Common

People normally club together 24 Tremont St and 16 North St while planning their visit to Boston Common.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • What a beautiful place. This park is a must see if you're visiting Boston. I love how this park stretches down the center median of Commonwealth Avenue. One could spend a full day reading and observing the memorial statues that contribute to Boston's rich history. Everytime I visit Boston I take a walk through this park. Absolutely beautiful.

  • The people were friendly and loved marine veterans like myself. Fantastic seafood everywhere. Oh there is no shortage of of Starbucks or Duncan Donuts because they are strategically placed across from each other. I enjoyed a private dance in the middle of day with my beautiful girlfriend from the music coming from within my heart. After the dance in the park there was many cheers, whistles, clapping and shouting of encore. The atmosphere of The Bostonians is what motivated me to act out such a heart felt gesture and bucket list completion. I only wish I had more time here because I met a group of construction workers that were rained out for the day. These dinosaurs to the existing world around them were in amazement to have met an educated Hispanic without an accent and fairly tall. We spent 2 hours getting to know each other's cultures between many different types of shots of whiskey. Boston is Great. I wish I could have met Mr. Mat Damon.

  • Absolutely beautiful park home to some swans and swan themed rides. Plenty of shaded benches to rest on after you walk one of the many paths through the common, encountering one of the many statues of historic events and individuals along the way. Perfect place to hang out and study/relax

  • Love this park! It’s pretty small compared to other large city parks, but it is surrounded by stunning architecture on all corners which definitely makes up for its smaller size. The park isn’t usually too busy during the day which is good for a chilled out walk around.

  • The park was magical and colorful in the fall (November time frame) with all of the leaves changing colors. It's not a huge park like central park, but it's large enough to let dogs run around (off the leash is some areas) and walk to a few of their monuments. This is definitely one of the places to visit if you're visiting.

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