Fun Things to Do in Brookline, MA 

Brookline is a diverse neighborhood that sits in the bustling Boston City. It is located between several other communities and is the best place to experience proper Boston culture. When you visit Brookline, there are many places to see and visit amidst the jam-packed restaurants and small shops at the corner. The following are fun places to visit in Brookline:-

Visit the Boston Common Park

A short T-ride from Brookline, Boston Common is Boston’s most famous public park. It is also the oldest park in the United States, with a history dating as far back as 1634. Boston Common is a vast expanse of land stretching over 50 acres; it has a visitor’s center located on the Tremont Street side of the park. You can sit around and watch the numerous activities of the locals and tourists as it serves as a place for all formal and informal gatherings. Tourists and visitors can also engage in events like carousel rides, softball games, or ice skating (during winter. )

Tour The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company

The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts is the oldest chartered military organization that displays military artifacts. You can see military uniforms, medals, and even weapons used during the American Revolution. We recommend you look out for the uniform and Congressional Medal of Honor of Major George Maynard and the famous photograph of President John F. Kennedy being interviewed by CBS. At the far end, you can see the Stairway of the Constitution, consisting of brass plaques and flags signed by historic warlords and leaders.

Explore John F. Kennedy National Historic Site

Brookline is the birthplace of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States. Hence, there is a John F. Kennedy National Historic Site in Brookline that you should visit. There are tours by the Park Rangers – they will take you to his birthplace and other buildings associated with the Kennedy family.

Visit The Brookline Arts Center

The Brookline Arts Center (BAC) is a visual arts center that aims to bring long-lasting art experience through exhibitions and classes. This 53-year-old art center hosts regular classes alongside workshops, programs, outreaches, and even art events to bring quality art experiences to the students, tourists, and community.

Tour The Museum of African American History

It is one of the largest museums committed to preserving the contributions of African Americans during the colonial period and throughout history. The museum holds educational programs and exhibitions to showcase the powerful stories of black families and their path to freedom. You can use self-guided tour Maps to navigate the historic museum.

Why you should visit Bar Vlaha in Brookline 

Brookline is a stunning place to visit, particularly for visitors looking to experience America in its best form. There are many fun sites to see and historic museums to learn about the history of America. After a long day exploring Brookline and surrounding neighborhoods, make a reservation at Bar Vlaha on Beacon St. in Coolidge Corner. 

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