Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
Widely considered the father of landscape design, Frederick Law Olmsted ran his operation from his home 'Fairsted,' which is now a...
Part of the Emerald Necklace, Olmsted Park features a paved path that hugs the banks of Leverett Pond and Ward's Pond in Jamaica Plain.
Matt Murphy’s Pub
For a friendly crowd and lots of bartenders from the Emerald Isle, this laid-back pub pours a fine stout and sometimes hosts folk bands....
The sleek interior at La Morra is the setting for equally sophisticated dining, featuring small plates of antipasti and homemade pastas....
362 Boylston St, · interesting places nearby
Created by the wife-and-husband team of MM Campos-Pons and Neil Leonard, ambitious and independent GASP serves as a gallery, studio and performance space for cutting-edge contemporary art. Don’t be fooled by the somewhat remote Brookline location: while plenty of Boston artists and performers use the space as a second home, this is an international house of experimentation, inviting curators and artists from Norway, Montreal and Egypt.