Boston Municipal Court Department, Charlestown Division 3 City Sq, Charlestown, MA02129 The Charlestown District of the Boston court system handles small claims and misdemeanor cases as well as some civil…More cases. The court was built on the site of one of an historic court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The front brickface pays homage to this fact with a plaque.
Edwards Playground Main St & Eden St, Charlestown, MA02129 Edwards Playground is a big open space on Main Street, at the midpoint between Thompson and Sullivan squares and next to…More Edwards Middle School. There is a big lawn for picnics and sunbathing, as well as a playground and street hockey and basketball courts. It's not the best-kept park in Charlestown but serves as a de facto backyard for the people who live nearby.
Metropolitan Mediation Service 3 City Sq, Charlestown, MA02129 Metropolitan Mediation Service provides various mediation services for clients in the Greater Boston area. The…More organization's clients include businesses, schools, government agencies, courts and more. Metropolitan Mediation Service also offers conflicts resolution training to its clients by appointment. For more information about the services offered, call the number listed.
Formerly known as the Rutherford/Union Playground, in 2011 this park was re-dedicated in the name of Peter Looney, a…More lifelong Townie who worked tirelessly for the neighborhood.
The park is located just behind the neighborhood's ice skating rink and has entry points on Austin and Union Streets. It's popular for toddlers and small children. There are tennis courts also located next the playground.
Doherty Park Bunker Hill St & Saint Martin St, Charlestown, MA02129 Also known as Charlestown Heights, this park was designed in 1891 by Frederick Law Olmsted. Its three acres bridge…More Bunker Hill Street to Medford Street and visitors can travel down the hillside that separates the two streets on an Olmsted-style meandering path constructed with Roxbury puddingstone. The park has a lot to offer: Playgrounds for young children, a basketball court, picnic tables, grassy fields, park benches and lots of space for a leisurely walk. From the top of the path that leads up from Medford Street, there is an excellent view of Boston harbor.