Boston Harborwalk is near Congress Dental Group in Boston MA. There’s no better way to explore the sights of the Boston Harbor than via the Boston Harborwalk, a near-continuous 43-mile public walkway that makes its way through eight distinct Boston neighborhoods – Dorchester, Charlestown, Deer Island, Downtown, the North End, South Boston, East Boston and Fort Point. Along the way, visitors will experience various aspects of Boston’s culture and history, and will get to experience the many restaurants, beaches, and other attractions along the way.
The Boston Harborwalk was the brainchild of the Boston Redevelopment Authority, along with the Harborpark Advisory Committee and The Boston Harbor Association. Back in 1984, then-Mayor Raymond Flynn started the project as a way to protect public access to the Boston Harbor waterfront as the city underwent a redevelopment.