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June 14, 2022

Looking for something different to do this weekend in the city?

Come on into Boston and check out some of the new art installations around Boston.  These are the perfect spots to visit with your family, a fun outing with friends, or even a date

Take the train to North, South, or Back Bay from your nearest Commuter Rail station and head to one of our favorite spots with beautiful new art and ride with a cheap train ticket.

Buy a $10 weekend ticket for unlimited travel across all zones Saturday and Sunday. Plus, kids 11 & under ride free.

Dewey Square mural on The Greenway – Rob “ProBlak” Gibbs

“Rob Gibbs is the first Black Boston-native artist to be commissioned by the Conservancy’s Public Art Program.” Learn more here.

📍Closest Station: South Station

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Literary District Alley – Heidi Schork

“Tucked between Winter Street and Temple Place, this mural pays homage to the many authors who lived and wrote in Boston.” Learn more here

📍Closest Station: North or South Station

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For others, visit the City of Boston’s public art map! And if you’re taking the train in, be sure to tag @MBTA_CR and use #massbytrain to let us know about your trip!

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

  • Kids 11 and under ride free
  • Ride unlimited all weekend with a $10 weekends ticket
  • Download mTicket for mobile tickets or buy on board from a conductor if you aren’t near a ticket office or vending machine

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