This North End greenspace makes for a great place to play, picnic, people-watch, and otherwise just hang out in one of Boston's most history-rich neighborhoods. Here at the tip of the Shawmut Peninsula in Paul Revere's old stomping ground, you've got a fine Boston skyline to backdrop a quick fresh-air lunch, a wiled-away afternoon with the kids, or maybe a drawn-out nap in the grass.
Plentiful tables and benches, a well-appointed playground, refreshing fountains, lots of grassy expanses irresistible to tykes and pooches alike--North End Park's the perfect urban oasis.
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