Untold Stories of the Boston Public Garden
Posted on: July 24, 2016
The Boston Public Garden is one of the most serene spaces in the city, but even if you’re a frequent visitor, you still may not know all there is to know about the garden’s history. This lush garden was America’s first public botanical garden, and it’s still one of the city’s proudest attractions. From its incredible origins to its additions over the years, the Boston Public Garden is just as rich in history as it is in greenery.
On the “Untold Stories of the Public Garden” tour, guests of all ages will learn about the history, horticulture and sculptures found throughout the garden’s grounds. This free guided walking tour is a great way to get out and enjoy the Boston Public Garden while also learning inside information, and even if you’ve visited the gardens dozens of times, it offers a brand new way to look at this beautiful space.
Boston Public Garden volunteers lead these fascinating tours, and they offer a wealth of information about how the gardens were founded and how they’ve changed over the years. Tours take place Tuesdays through Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and if you’d like to join on, simply meet at the “Make Way for Ducklings” statues.