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Swan Boats, Things to Do, Boston
Photograph: Steve GarfieldSwan Boats
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Time Out says

What child could resist sitting in a swan? A part of Boston tourist history, these odd watercraft were created by designer Robert Paget in 1877. Youll spend 15 minutes cruising around the small lagoon, amid the ducks and willows, as eager children do their best impressions of swashbuckling pirates. The season tends to run from mid-April to Labor Day, and the boats usually wont go out in rain, high winds, or extreme heat.

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Address:
Public Garden
Boston
02116
Cross street:
Arlington St
Transport:
Green Line to Arlington or Red Line to Park Street
Opening hours:
Spring: daily 10am-4pm; Summer: daily 10am-5pm
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