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As the winter months come to an end, Boston becomes filled with an optimistic air during the springtime. The city’s neighborhoods come alive with many activities and events, offering something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, here’s a guide to experiencing the best of Boston in the spring.

Explore the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common

Spring is the perfect time to walk through the iconic Boston Public Garden and Boston Common, the oldest public park in the United States. Admire the blooming flowers, trees, and ponds as you take a leisurely stroll or enjoy a relaxing picnic on the lush green lawns, located only a 15-minute walk away. While you’re there, be sure to take a swan boat ride across the calm lagoon. These beautiful vessels set sail for the season on Saturday April 13th, 2024 and cost $4.50 per person per ride.

Visit Fenway Park

With baseball season kicking off in the spring, you need to catch a game at Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox. This iconic stadium offers tours, as well as delicious Fenway franks. Tickets for games start at $15 and are scheduled throughout the summer. Whether you’re a die-hard sports fan or just a curious traveler, exploring the Green Monstah is a must.


Attend the Boston Marathon

Held annually on Patriots’ Day in April, the Boston Marathon is one of the city’s most celebrated events. Join thousands of spectators along the route to cheer on the runners as they make their way to the finish line. Even if you’re not a runner, the spirit of community makes this an entertaining day. Staying with us over Marathon weekend? If your loved one is an athlete, you can create a poster in Kellogg conference room to show your support from the sidelines. Participating in the Marathon yourself? We’ve converted Batterymarch conference room into a stretch and recovery zone or unwind during our Post-Marathon Restorative yoga session on 4/15 from 5:30-6:20PM.  Sign up here: Schedule Appointment with YogaHub (acuityscheduling.com). Either way, celebrate the spirit of the event with champagne and cookies to commemorate a race-well ran in our lobby after the race. 


Take a Walk through the Rose Kennedy Greenway

Just a 4-minute walk away, the Rose Kennedy Greenway is home to 17 acres of nature, art, food trucks, and winding pathways. Previously, this urban escape was once miles of elevated highway, until 1991 when the project titled the “Big Dig” changed the landscape of Boston forever. This 16 year construction project included diverting traffic to underground tunnels, and turning the highway into lush green space. Now, visitors can roam the grounds, and admire sculptures and murals, handcrafted by artists across the country. Embrace your inner child by taking a twirl on the famous carousel, with New-England native creatures adorning the ride. 


Boston is the ideal city for embracing the joys of spring, and The Dagny Boston is the ideal place to stay, with our central location. Stay 3 nights and receive 10% off, use code LOS to book now!



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