“When it snows, ain’t it thrilling,
Though your nose gets a chilling
We’ll frolic and play, the Eskimo way,
Walking in a winter wonderland.”
Only a few miles away from this Boston Bed and Breakfast, you can find the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. With 235 acres of land hold the most comprehensive and best documented living collection of its kind in the world. The Arboretum is the home of Peter’s Hill, the highest point of Boston’s Emerald Necklace and one of the best views of the Boston Skyline.
This entire season you can experience the Winter lights installations through the the Rose Kennedy Greenway with a special appearance from the piece Ice Chimes which will be on display at the Rowes Wharf Plaza (between High St. and Broad St.). Walking the lenght of the Greenway takes about 30 minutes, but everyone should build in extra time to stop and admire the great artwork found around.
Boston Common and Public Gardens houses some of the most popular walks in the city. The starting point of the Freedom Trail, Boston Common is the oldest park in the country and it is almost 50 acres in size.
The Commonwealth Avenue Mall runs right down the middle of Commonwealth Avenue in the downtown area of Back Bay and serves as the perfect back drop for beautiful, colorful pictures year round. Full of history, art and beautiful trees, this stroll is sure to produce precious mementos to take back home with you. As you can see the Winter is full of things to do in Boston!