Boston Common Frog Pond
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A 'watering hole" in the heart of Boston
For more than 350 years the Boston Common has been a public space and although it has changed over time the frog pond (one of three that were originally on the site) remains providing a remnant of the original natural landscape. Today the "pond" is more of a pool with a spray fountain for wading in the summer months that becomes a skating rink during the winter. There is a cafe with a casual menu (including Belgian waffles). A carousel and playground are located nearby making this the perfect spot for families with children who need a break from sightseeing.
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38 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108, USA
+1 617-635-2120
Sun, Tue - Thur 10am - 9pm
Mon 10am - 3:45pm
Fri, Sat 10am - 10pm
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