Booking a Hotel in Brookline, MA
Brookline is particularly notable as the birthplace and hometown of 35th President John F. Kennedy. Visit the former Presidents home at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site where guided tours give you a closer look at the early life of JFK.
The Coolidge Corner Theatre is another historic gem, originally opened in 1933, this landmark venue features independent and art-house films, sing-alongs, kids' variety shows, and much more.
The Larz Anderson Auto Museum houses one of the oldest car collections in America and offers educational programs, exhibits, and lectures.
Brookline is also home to part of Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace, a park system in which a chain of parks, linked by parkways and waterways, run from Boston to Brookline. The Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site in Brookline commemorates the great American landscape architect and designer of the Emerald Necklace.
Another fun and unique destination in Brookline is the Museum Of Bad Art which is known as the world's only museum which is dedicated to the exhibition and celebration of bad art of all kinds! Truly not to be missed on your vacation to Brookline!
- Brookline Reservoir Gatehouse
- Brookline Reservoir Park
- Coolidge Corner Theatre
- Corey Hill Outlook Park
- Emerson Park
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace
- Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
- Griggs Park
- International Paper Museum
- John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site
- Larz Anderson Auto Museum
- Larz Anderson Park
- Monmouth Street Park
- Museum of Bad Art
- Olmsted Park
- Puppet Showplace Theater
- Beth Israel Hospital
- Boston Children's Hospital
- Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- Mount Auburn Hospital
- Boston Logan International Airport
- Coast Guard Station Point Allerton
- Hanscom Air Force Base
- US Army Garrison - Fort Devens
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