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Boston Public Garden Audissey

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Experience this free audio tour of the Public Garden. Just download the tour to your iPod or personal music player. Head to the Garden. And Listen as you walk. This progressive audio tour -- featuring personal interviews, an original soundtrack inspired by the Garden itself, and ambient sound recordings -- gives you privileged access into the heart of one of the most sacred places in Boston. Be sure to print out the PDF map and bring it with you. This tour starts on the pedestrian footbridge in the middle of the Garden. The closest T stop is Arlington on the Green line.

Customer Reviews

Some people miss out!

The Public Garden is one of the most beautiful places to go and spend an afternoon. One tends to focus on the Swan Boats and the families and the flowers, but most miss the statues, sculptures, and variety of trees there are. This tour revealed surprising and interesting tidbits in a gorgeous public space. Imagine replacing this space with high rises and buildings. It almost happened.


It's hard not to like the Public Garden. But after you listen to this audio tour (and hopefully do the tour in person, although it's still fun to listen to at home), you have to fall in love with the place. I love spending time in the garden, but this tour pointed out little secret spots and told me stories I never knew. This is really the coolest thing to do. Highly recommended!