Boston Square Scarf
Size: 42" x 42"
Color: Black, green and red accents
Material: 90% modal/10% cashmere with eyelash fringes
Description: Digital print of the aerial view of Boston
Boston is steeped in history, but also enveloped in nature. Whether it is catching a Red Sox game at Fenway, having a picnic on Castle Island, peeking at wildlife at Belle Isle Reservation, treading the decks of Old Ironsides, or getting swept away by great music inside The Orpheum concert hall, there is much to do and experience in Boston.
Massachusetts’ capital and largest city, Boston was founded in 1630, and is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. The key role it played in the American Revolution is highlighted on the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walking route of historic sites that tells the story of the nation’s founding. One stop, former meeting house Faneuil
Hall, is a popular marketplace not to be missed. The Boston Common and Public
Garden are America’s first botanical and oldest park designed by the venerated landscape architect Frederick Olmsted. Seeing a game at Fenway Park has been a rite of passage among most locals since it opened, visiting Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a gem to explore, while grabbing a fresh lobster roll is a
beloved culinary treat anytime of the year in Boston.
Boston Common and Public Garden
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Institute of Contemporary Art