The small, charming park and the rows of historic, uniform-brick homes flanking either side make Louisburg Square a…More pleasant place to stroll on the way back from shopping on Charles Street.
Louisburg Square is cooperatively owned and maintained by its residents -- it's a private park and non-residents are not allowed inside the wrought-iron fence. The park was established in 1826 on land purchased from the painter John Singleton Copley. The brick homes were erected around the park a few years later.
The park features statues of Aristides and Columbus at either end.