The Boston area is home to some of the most green spaces in the nation.
But it’s not the only area of Boston with green spaces.
Here are 10 of the best places to get green:The Rockingham Mall.
The Rockingham mall is a gem that boasts a wide array of stores and restaurants, as well as outdoor events.
Located in the Boston suburb of Rockingham, the mall is home of the Boston Greenway and the New England Greenway, as the latter is a network of trails that connect with green space.
The Greenway at the Brookline Town Center.
The Greenway is a fun, walking trail that runs through the heart of Brookline.
It’s an outdoor trail that has been running since 2013.
The Brookline Mall.
In 2017, the Brooklin Mall opened up its new Greenway Trail, an 18-mile trail that connects to the Greenway.
The New England Freeway.
This two-lane freeway runs through Boston, linking downtown to a number of neighborhoods in the area.
The trail connects the areas of Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville.
It is located in the city of Boston.
The Rocklin Mall.
Located at the southern edge of the city, this is one of the largest malls in the state of Massachusetts.
This is a major hub of shopping in Boston, and has the second-largest mall population in the entire state.
The Boston Greenways.
Boston has two main greenways: the Greenways at the Greenlight and the Greenbine.
The latter is run by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, which has a long history of working to connect Boston with the Green Belt.
The former is run entirely by the city.
The South End Greenway runs through South Boston and is home in part to the Boston Museum of Natural History, and is open to the public for free.
The Beacon Hill Greenway extends from Beacon Hill in Boston to Beacon Hill, and connects to South Boston.
The Beacon Hill Mall is a popular place to visit, with lots of outdoor activities and events.
The Fells Point Greenway stretches from the Fenway Park to the Fenlop Harbor, and features a variety of trails.
The Fenway Greenway also connects to some other places in the Greenbelt, including the Beacon Hill Aquatic Center, the Boston Conservatory of Music, and the Fells Island Waterfront Park.