Paul Revere Park Charlestown Navy Yard & Constitution Rd, Charlestown, MA02129 Situated next to the North Washington Street Bridge and the Boston Harbor is Paul Revere Park. The park is dog friendly…More and one of the few public places where dog owners can let their beloved dogs roam leash-free. A fenced-in playground area for children is available as well as a large performance stage in the middle of the park. Fishermen will enjoy pier access from the park and joggers love the winding pathways throughout the park.
Conveniently located by the Charlestown Navy Yard and the Constitution historical site, Pilgrim Parking has very low…More prices relative to the rest of Boston's garages. It also offers discounts for those going to events at the TD Bank Garden.
Pilgrim Parking is the dedicated garage for Nautica Apartments and Condominiums.
City Square City Sq & Main St, Charlestown, MA02129 Known as "the Gateway to Boston," City Square marks the spot where Charlestown was original settled in the…More 17th Century. The park provides a surprising oasis at a major intersection and offers excellent views of downtown Boston. It features 70 different varieties of trees and perennials, as well as a fountain and monuments to Charlestown veterans and its historic role in the U.S. Navy. The park hosts dozens of civic events and may be used for private functions as well. It is maintained, in part, by the nonprofit organization Friends of City Square Park.
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.
Tucked into a quiet residential area, The Training Field is a popular place for neighbors to sit and chat on benches…More or pass through with their dogs. There is a striking monument in the center of the park honoring Charlestown's veterans, and large plaques by the intersection of Winthrop and Adams Streets that list the name of the region's fallen soldiers.
Charlestown Naval Shipyard Park 55 Constitution Rd, Charlestown, MA02129 One of the Navy's oldest shipbuilding facilities, Charlestown Navy Yard is a must visit for anyone with an interest in…More American history. The shipyard is located at the north end of the Freedom Trail. Both the famous USS Constitution and WWI's USS Cassin Young are berthed at the shipyard and open for tour. The yard is maintained by the U.S. National Park Service and houses a Visitor's Center and gift shop.
John Harvard Mall 18 Main St, Charlestown, MA02129 John Harvard Mall is a park located in historic Charlestown. The promenade is open to the public and was built by…More Harvard University in the 1940s. It is now run by the city. The park contains several trees and features a playground with new equipment, as well as fences, painted gates and light poles.
Costa Food Service 18 Bunker Hill Industrial Park, Boston, MA02129 Costa Food Services is a company with more than 50 years of experience. It manages food safety systems with its…More specialized product divisions.