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Walk, Play and Explore on the Boston Harborwalk

Explore Boston's historic waterfront and enjoy views of the ocean and city architecture. Stroll along the Boston Harborwalk, a public walkway that follows water's edge and 43 miles of piers, beaches, wharves, parks and shoreline around Boston Harbor. Discover unique shops, public art, historical exhibitions and breathtaking scenery, as you enjoy a relaxing walk or invigorating jog through one of the country's loveliest urban settings. The Harborwalk connects Boston's waterfront neighborhoods, from the Neponset River to Constitution Beach in East Boston through Charlestown, the North End, Downtown, Seaport, South Boston and Dorchester. Along the way you'll find more than 40 parks, 9 beaches, museums, historic sites, restaurants and bars, and popular Boston attractions like the New England Aquarium and the Children's Museum.
Harborwalk at boston

Boston Harborwalk

Boston, Massachusetts
Distance from hotel: 5.12 miles

Plan Your Visit


Open daily




  • Summer Concerts At Charlestown Navy Yard
  • Cruise Boston Harbor At Sunset
  • Spectacle Summer Nights


  • Walking & Jogging
  • Sightseeing
  • Dining
  • Shopping
  • Harbor Cruises
  • Museum Tours
  • Ferries
  • Fishing
  • Do Other Walking Trails Connect With The Boston Harborwalk?
    The Harborwalk leads into a number of other trails, including the Emerald Necklace, Charles River Bike Paths, Walk to the Sea, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Black Heritage Trail and the legendary Freedom Trail. For detailed walking maps of the area, visit
  • What Are The Top Attractions Along The Harborwalk?
    Experience the history and culture of Boston along the Harborwalk. You'll find beaches, parks, restaurants and popular attractions like the New England Aquarium in downtown, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Dorchester on Columbia Point, the Children's Museum in Fort Point, the USS Constitution and the Boston National Historic Park in Charleston, Deer Island, the ICA Watershed art gallery in East Boston.