Come explore all the Rose Kennedy Greenway has to offer!

Lunch-Time Tours

Ever want to learn more about your park's history, design, programs and hidden gems? Take a lunch-time stroll through The Greenway with members of our knowledgeable staff and see what makes Boston's only organically-maintained park so special! Tours are $10/person; registration is required. FREE to all members (email to get your discount code). 

Our 2017 tours are Friday, June 23 and Friday, September 29 from 12p-1p. Click here to register!

Horticulture Tours

Each year, the staff of the Conservancy host several Greenway Horticulture Tours intended for groups that are interested in gardening and the plants of The Greenway!

These walking tours begin at 10:00am and run to 1:00pm, and can accommodate three groups. Each group will be paired with Conservancy staff members and make their way through The Greenway, learning about horticulture, history, programs, public art, and more!

Our last 2017 tour is Thursday, October 19th (raindate October 20th). 

Tours typically start at either the North End Parks or Chinatown Park and are one-way. We ask for a donation of $10/person for group tours. Please contact for more information or to express interest.

Horticulture Demonstrations

New this year are several demonstrations of specific horticultural techniques used on The Greenway! Free for Urban Gardener members and above; email for your discount code. Otherwise $10/person.

  • Building a Green Wall: Friday, July 28th, 12p-1p, North End Parks, register here
  • The Basics of Compost Tea: Sunday, October 1, 11a-12p, North End Garage, register here

Self-Guided Tours of The Greenway

With over a mile and a half of public park land, the Rose Kennedy Greenway makes for a great walk in downtown Boston. Download our map, check out our Food Truck schedule, get a sneak peak of our favorite plants, and set out for your own exploration of the Greenway!

Kid's Scavenger Hunts

Visiting with kids? Download our scavenger hunts for North End Parks, Wharf District Parks and Chinatown Park!


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