Take a school group

The Harborwalk provides many resources for school-age children, including scheduled tours of culturally and historically important destinations, eye-opening views of the working port, and vital natural environments.

East Boston

  • Piers Park
    Groups of greater than 25 persons using the park need to sign a license agreement.
  • Condor Street Urban Wild
  • East Boston Greenway
  • Harborside Community Center / Skateboard Park
  • Constitution Beach
  • Charlestown

  • Boston National Historic Park / Charlestown Navy Yard
  • Dorchester

  • UMass Boston / Arts on the Point
  • John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
  • Downtown/North End

  • Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park
  • Central Wharf / New England Aquarium
  • South Boston

  • Castle Island / Pleasure Bay
  • John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse
  • Carson Beach
    Plan ahead by calling DCR Rangers.
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Fort Point Channel

  • Federal Reserve Building and Grounds
    Please call ahead to make arrangements.
  • Boston Children's Museum
  • Deer Island

  • Deer Island HarborWalk
    Schools are encouraged to take advantage of the open space available on the island. The MWRA has a School Program Group, which makes classroom presentations to schools in the MWRA service area and on occasion conducts tours of the Deer Island Plant. Interested teachers should check the web site for more information [http://www.mwra.com/02org/html/sti.htm]

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