Boston Public Garden is a lush green park situated in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts. Established in 1837, it is the oldest public botanical garden in America and it covers an area of 24 acres adjacent to Boston Common. Boston Public Garden features a variety of beautiful and vibrant flowers, trees, and plants. Among the notable plants and trees are the weeping willows, tulips, and the famous Swan Boats. The Swan Boats are a unique feature of the park, dating back to 1877. Visitors can take a ride on the boats and enjoy the picturesque landscape of the garden from the water. In addition to the beautiful flora, the park also features several statues and fountains. Perhaps the most famous of these is the George Washington statue that stands at the Arlington Street entrance to the park. Other statues include those of Make Way for Ducklings and Edgar Allan Poe. One of the most interesting facts about the Boston Public Garden is that the garden was once a salt marsh. However, in 1837, the marsh was transformed into a botanical garden by the city of Boston.
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Offrant baby-sitting, un menu spécial et des jeux vidéo pour les enfants, ainsi qu'un centre avec piscine intérieure sur place, l'hôtel est parfaitement situé à proximité de la baie de Back et Beacon Hill.