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The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common
10 Avery St, Boston, MA 02111
Boston Common
147 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111

Founded in 1634, the Boston Common bears the distinction of being the oldest park in America -- making it a longtimeMore and excellent neighbor to Beacon Hill. The jumping off point for the Freedom Trail, the Common is host to everything from full-scale Shakespeare productions to Ultimate Frisbee and impromptu snowball fights. Its a fixture of life in Boston and Beacon Hill residents benefit from their close proximity to the nearly 50 acres of green space. While the Common has a rich history filled with revolution, political protest and a whole lot of cattle grazing (up until 1830), most of today's Beacon Hill residents enjoy the Common as a great place to take a blanket and relax in the sun or else grab some ice skates for a spin around Frog Pond in the winter.

City parks officials recently announced plans to remake the "Pink Palace" -- a now-defunct men's restroom near the Common tennis courts -- into a high-end restaurant.  This park really has seen everything. 

The Common is bordered by Beacon Hill to its north and the Boston Public Garden to its west, which was created 200 years after the founding of the Common. Together with the Public Garden, the Common makes up nearly 75 acres of green space in the heart of downtown Boston. 

Boston Common Frog Pond Foundation
84 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108

In July and August the Boston Common Frog Pond is transformed into a wading pool and water fountain. The pool is openMore daily from 11 a.m. to 6p.m. 

From November to mid-March, the Frog Pond becomes a skating rink. Admission is $4 for those 14 and older. Adult skates can be rented for $8 a pair and children's skates can be rented for $5 a pair. Lockers are available for $1. Season passes are also available, and the skating rink can be rented out for birthday parties and other events. 

The Carousel on the Common operates April through October and tickets are $3 a ride. It's open daily from 11am to 9pm. The Lily Pad Café serves up food to hungry swimmers or skaters from 11am to 6pm daily.

The Skating Club of Boston operates and manages the Frog Pond Skating Rink.

Beacon Services
52 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108

Founded in 1987, Beacon Services is a real estate firm that offers sales and rentals of residential property. It alsoMore provides a range of real estate management services for the buildings it manages, including general maintenance, cleaning, repairs, snow removal and more. Its residential properties enjoy 24-hour emergency services and dedicated upkeep of common areas.


XV Beacon
15 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108

XV Beacon, a luxury hotel located a short walk from the Government Center "T" stop, Beacon Hill and the Boston CommonMore and Public Garden, is ideal for tourism or business travel. Its rooms are furnished with gas fireplaces, surround sound stereo, free wireless internet access and flat-screen TVs. The hotel also has a commitment to "green" policies such as recycling paper and plastic along with using eco-friendly cleaning products. The decor is modern, understated and elegant; for instance, the dim lighting of the lobby provides a relaxing atmosphere that contrasts the bustle of the city.


New Center for Arts & Culture
18 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02108
The New Center for Arts and Culture organizes and hosts performances, concerts and talks dealing with the subject of theMore modern Jewish identity and the subject of arts and society seen through the lens of Jewish culture. Guests and speakers include artists, musicians, political figures and writers. The Center also runs the program "Prism," a community of Jewish and non-Jewish young adults that are interested in exploring their common culture.
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