The Rose Kennedy Greenway
- A great place for spending a hot day in the city. Lay out on the grass or run through the fountains.
- Lunch on the greenway can't be beat.
- This is the greenest, most comfortable grass in the city. Perfect for reading or napping!
- Part of the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway project, this small park just outside the Chinatown gates is the perfect place to take a breather or bring your takeout.
- A nice, kind of new park in Boston right near the Harbor. I love taking a walk through before heading to work in the morning when I take the boat in.
- Check out all the small parks in this strip, each one has a unique art structure from the Design school.
- Go all the way from Chinatown to North End. The best walk in town.
- Great place to hang out on a nice day!
- It's amazing that the Greenway even exists in the first place - check out the views and art installations that line it.
- Try to get there right before noon for a table at lunch. Perfect spot in the city.
- So beautiful. It's a great place to stop and watch people and the city. It runs near the north end and Chinatown. Grab some Italian pastry then walk off the calories as you go to Chinatown!
- Run a few extra miles and join us. We are having a launch event at CitySports on Wednesday at 6pm. Try us on, run with us, become part of us. The info's here: https://topo-athletic.eventbrite.com/
- Enjoy lunch under the umbrellas or catch some mist near the fountain!
- Great place to start if you'd like to view Boston by bike.
- Fun place to walk around, relax outside on a nice day.
- One of the nicest places for a walk in town.
- Beautiful view
- this Greenway park area is absolutely beautiful and amazing renovation of gross construction sites of the Big Dig!!! Lots of fountains and grass and plenty of seating, it's great!!!
- Definitely get a beer or a glass of wine at the Trillium Beer Garden on a nice summer night. Such a great spot.
- The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy hosts noted Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiweis installation around the Rings Fountain now through October 31.