Autumn Walk Through Boston
Boston’s fall foliage blazes across the city from late September through October and often well into November. The nuances this year are being especially spectacular, as we’re having one of the most beautiful and colorful seasons in recent memory.
Here are Boston recommendations for the top 3 places for self-guided Boston fall foliage tours where you will see breathtaking crimsons, oranges, and golds right in the city.
1. The Public Garden
The Public Garden is where you’ll spot the bright splashes of foliage on the first fall days, usually on small ornamental Japanese maple trees.
For even more stunning views, walk onto the footbridge across the Lagoon in the Public Garden.
2. Boston Common
Boston Common puts on an extraordinary display of color throughout the fall months. Almost 700 oak, beech, chestnut, maple, and even elm trees are dotted across the Common.
3. Fenway & The Fens
Home to Boston’s Fenway Park, the city’s Fenway neighborhood is filled with tree-lined streets turning all brown and golden during October.
To see some of the most brilliant foliage in the Fens, find the sections containing Boston’s famed Victory Gardens and nearby Kelleher Rose Gardens, where you may see late-blooming roses even during the early days of December.In general, air quality in Boston is good and there is no significant air pollution, so you can relax and enjoy your walk in a park. However, it was recently noted that indoor air quality could be disturbingly lower than the air quality outdoors. In order to keep your home clean and your family healthy, Lowe’s Air Duct advises you to regularly change air filters and keep your ventilation system clean.
If you haven’t professionally cleaned your AC recently, schedule an autumn cleaning servicing of your HVAC system.