The Greenway is one of the most celebrated results of the now-infamous Big Dig (a kind of street-level answer to New York’s High Line). Formed when I-93 was sunk underground, this verdant, mile-long ribbon of grassy parks and outdoor resting places invites the weary traveler (or office warrior) to stop and take a moment to appreciate the city’s fleeting sunshine. A variety of eating and drinking spots - some seasonal, some transient - keep visitors satiated. There are also periodic festivals, events, and parades located on or near the park.
|Venue name:||Rose Kennedy Fitzgerald Greenway||Contact:|
Along Atlantic Avenue
|Opening hours:||Daily 7am-11pm|
|Transport:||Red line to South Station, Blue line to Aquarium or Orange line to Haymarket|