Prospect Hill Park
Prospect Hill Park is a historic site in Somerville. The park was part of U.S. history – in 1776, George Washington ordered the raising of the first true American flag, the Grand Union Flag at Prospect Hill. Present day, Prospect Hill Park has a stone monument and observatory that overlooks Somerville, and the city skyline. There are several benches to relax, and a small open green space to play catch, as well as decent-sized playground area and basketball court.
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Directions & Parking
Prospect Hill Park is located in Somerville. By bus you can take the 85 or 87 bus to Bow St @ Warren Ave, or the 80, 88, or 90 bus to the 422 McGrath Hwy stop. There may be street parking available.
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