Post Office Square

Congress St. (btwn Franklin & Milk)
Boston, MA 02110


  • Creature Pond. Bronze pond sculpture was 1982 addition to park and is covered with a variety of creatureshence its clever name. Is actually the work of not 1 but 9 artists.Full site history via<LINK>
  • Bring a lunch, grab a cushion and people watch while taking in the nice weather and beautiful water fountain.
  • Great place to sit out and eat lunch on a nice day
  • Immanent Circumstance consists of 2 fountains. Sculptured by RI artist Howard Ben Tre. Larger fountain complemented by smaller urn one (located at opposite ends of park). Full site history via<LINK>
  • Angell Memorial Fountain dedicated to founder MA Society for Prevention of Animal Cruelty, George Thorndike Angell. When introduced (1912) was also watering hole for horses.Full site history via<LINK>
  • Also referred to as Norman B. Leventhal Park after a former building developer within area. Was formerly where manufacturers of rope for ships resided in 1700s. Full site history via<LINK>
  • Best place to eat during summer lunches
  • It's so beautiful in the summer! I love to go sit in the shade and eat my lunch, with everyone milling around and appreciating a fine day
  • Little black tables are for Sip only, but plenty of space on the green. Grab a cushion!
  • You can watch the Verizon workers on strike walk in a circle, carry signs & whoop n' holler...
  • In 1868 George Thorndike Angell, a prominent Boston lawyer, founded the MA Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The monument here is commemorated in honor of his hard work.
  • Great for stretching out in the sun on a nice day!
  • Beautiful! Love how it is lit up during the holidays.
  • Best place to escape the summer heat and people watch!
  • Warched ghost busters 2 being filmed here. Pretty cool
  • Cool spot to sit and read
  • Great spot to have a mini picnic or read a book either by the fountain or the grassy area. A little urban oasis amidst all of the hustle and bustle of the skyscrapers nearby.
  • It's a wonderful place for a stroll or to relax and enjoy the park.
  • Live music Mondays and Wednesday's 12-2
  • Copley square

Nearby places

1 S Market St (at Congress St & North St)
Tremont St (btwn Beacon & Charles St)
1 Faneuil Hall Sq (btwn Clinton & Chatham)