Posted By: Joe Taglieri
Get out and explore Boston’s Waterfront by visiting The Boston Harborwalk!
From the promenades in East Boston and the boardwalks of Charlestown, through the busy wharfs of the North End/Waterfront, from the bustling Fort Point Channel through the South Boston working port to the beaches of South Boston and Dorchester, there are so many exciting places to go.
The Boston Harborwalk is an inviting public walkway along the waterfront. There are parks, public art, seating areas, cafes, exhibit areas, water transportation facilities, and a wide range of other amenities. The Boston Harbor Association works closely with the City of Boston’s Environmental Department, the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, and waterfront property owners to ensure completion of the 46.9 mile Harborwalk.
For all the great stops of visit on The Boston Harborwalk visit: http://www.bostonharborwalk.com/placestogo/
For all the things to do on The Boston Harborwalk visit: http://www.bostonharborwalk.com/thingstodo/
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