Martin's Park

Downtown Boston

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Martin’s Park (located in Children’s Wharf Park) is channel-side park located in the Seaport neighborhood. The park with tables features a giant Hood milk bottle & views of the Tea Party Ship. The park honors the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings, Martin Richard. The park has many inventive structures, and an inclusive play space with opportunities for children of all abilities to experience discovery and exploration. It also has many natural materials including plants, stone, and wood.

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The Martin’s Park is about a 10-minute walk from South Station T stop on the Red Line. There are also a few parking garages nearby, however, street parking may be difficult to find.


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