Nearly 43 miles around Boston’s harbor shoreline is a pedestrian walkway that connects the city’s 8 prominent waterfront neighborhoods: East Boston, Charlestown, North End, Wharf District, Seaport District, Fort Point Channel, South Boston, and Dorchester. It stretches all the way from Chelsea Creek to the Neponset River.
The easily accessible, 12-foot wide pathway – dubbed Harborwalk – plays hosts to hundreds of attractions along its course. Visitors can find places to swim, fish, boat, shop, eat, drink, walk, run, bike, or even observe living history like the ongoing work of industrial ports.
Boston’s Harborwalk has it all… the only question is where will you start?