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Family Walking Tour: Boston Bridges Walking Tour

When

Date: 04/06/2013

Time: 11:00 am - 01:00 pm



Where
Boston, Massachusetts, United States 150 Staniford St.
http://www.bsces.org


Good for: Family


Price: FREE


Description:
Boston is full of amazing bridges: some are huge, some that move, some are old, some are new. ... Read More >>
Boston is full of amazing bridges: some are huge, some that move, some are old, some are new. Every one of them has a story to tell. Come with us on a tour of some of these great structures. We will start at South Station, explore the bridges along Boston’s beautiful Harborwalk along the Fort Point Channel, watch one of the bridges move, see some of the Central Artery and the Rose Kennedy Greenway above, and end off by the Zakim Bridge and the new double helix North Bank Bridge. This tour takes a little bit of walking, so wear some comfortable shoes. This tour is given by folks from the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, who have been around since 1848 bringing the City’s bridges and tunnels to life. To learn more about this tour and their other activities visit www.bsces.org. FREE Hide

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