One of the parks in south Boston’s Seaport district that I visited this summer is a lushly-planted sculpture garden called Eastport Park. It provides a nice respite from the pavement and buildings that dominate this area of the city. The park is privately owned, but it is open to the public. Below are some photos of this pleasant space.
Photos by Alice Webb
3 thoughts on “Eastport Park in South Boston”
How nice that you found such an inviting park in the midst of a big city! The sculpture and various stonework certainly complement the plantings and the walkways. The fish seat is remarkable. I would love to visit it all myself.
Aren’t the hydrangeas in South Boston just spectacular? I love to see them all blooming throughout the neighborhood.
Yes, the Hydrangeas are beautiful! They’re one of my favorite plants.