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Sunday Fun in the Park
Though Sunday is a day of rest, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a little fun too! Join The Esplanade Association on the Esplanade (on the Fiedler Field) to enjoy a free community day just for the fun of it!
The event is open to the public and runs from 2:00–4:00pm. There are a range of activities available for children and adults so come out and join the fun!
This summer, we will be hosting Sunday Fun in the Park on June 17th (Father's Day) & September 9th. We hope you come out to soak up the sun and enjoy a free community day on us!
Beacon & Arlington Street, Boston, MA, 02108
Activities occur on the Fiedler Field.
The easiest way to get there is to take the Arthur Fiedler Footbridge (Google Map: Beacon St. & Arlington St., Boston, MA 02108). Nearest T-Stop: Arlington St. (Green Line). Walk straight off the footbridge, passing the Esplanade Playspace on your left, and straight over a second footbridge to the Fiedler Fielder (right by the big head).
You can also use the Charles Street Footbridge. (Google Map: Embankment Rd. & Charles St., Boston, MA 02114). Nearest T-Stops: Charles MGH (Red Line). Walk off the footbridge towards the Hatch Shell (river on your right). Once you pass the Hatch Shell take the second footbridge on your right, across from the Esplanade Playspace, to the Fiedler Field (right by the big head).
For more information, including specific activities, visit www.esplanadeassociation.org
|Where||Charles River Esplanade 21 David G Mugar Way, Boston, MA 02114|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||2:00 pm–4:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone, Kids, Families|
More About Charles River Esplanade
The Esplanade stretches nearly three miles along the bank of the Charles River, from the Museum of Science to the Boston University Bridge. Nearly 3 million people visit the park each year.
Runners, walkers and bikers enjoy the six miles of pathways, with various community races and fundraisers throughout the year. It's available for sailing, picnicking and enjoying the river on a sunny day.
It's probably most known for the Hatch Shell, its outdoor stage, and the annual Fourth of July fireworks display featuring a performance by the Boston Pops. In addition, the park contains docks and landings, boathouses, playgrounds, a wading pool, soccer and softball fields, a tennis court, memorials and statues and concession stands. It's managed by the state's Department of Conservation and Recreation. The city's Esplanade Association friend group formed in 2001 to restore and care for the park.