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Visit the Rose Garden in Fenway (10:00)

Wednesday, June 21, 2023, 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Northeastern T stop, Green E line
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Event Contact(s):
Joan Doucette
John Mathurin
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Join Joan Doucette and John Mathurin for a visit to the James P. Kelleher Rose Garden and also the Ramler Park nearby. There will be an opportunity to have lunch at Tatte after the gardens. The T stop at Northeastern is by Tatte. 

About The Garden
The James P. Kelleher Rose Garden located in the Fenway neighborhood along the Emerald Necklace is a small, charming garden with a variety of rose bushes plus statues, a fountain and arched trellises. Did you know it contains more than ten classes and 200 varieties of roses? This downtown park in the Back Bay Fens opened in 1931 and features over 1,500 roses behind tall green hedges. It retains its secret garden feeling, despite being located in the middle of the bustling neighborhood. The garden was designed by Arthur Shurcliff, who later worked under Frederick Law Olmsted - the designer of both the Fens and Central Park in New York City.

Meet at the 10:00 at the Northeastern T stop, Green E line

BHV members and their guests. Weather permitting. 

Access: This visit involved a walk of about 10 minutes each way from the station and strolling around the garden.