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Why We Love Brookline in the Fall

Brookline is beautiful all year round, but fall foliage really makes the scenery pop. In honor of the gloriousness that is mid-Fall 2015, we’re celebrating all things autumn this November. Join us in making the most of the season’s brisk weather, natural eye candy and fun-filled events.

  • Newbury Street
  • Freedom Trail
  • Emerald Necklace and Fall Foliage Tour

Fall fashion, nonsensical novelties and delicious food and drink make Newbury Street the perfect November destination. Take in the falling leaves and delight in the sweater weather as you window-shop or just take a leisurely stroll through Brookline. Cap off your day with dinner or drinks and snacks at one of the many restaurants and bars at your disposal in 2015.

Pay tribute to the area’s rich history by visiting the Freedom Trail. Spend a cool November day touring historic sites solo, on an audio tour or with a costumed guide. Get a refresher in national and local history while you take in the Paul Revere house, get an inside look at the Massachusetts State House, visit the USS Constitution Museum and see a host of other fascinating Brookline landmarks.

Woman Riding Bike in Fall in Brookline, MA
Explore nature in an urban environment with the Emerald Necklace and Fall Foliage Tour. There’s no more perfect way to spend a Fall 2015 day in Brookline than on a bicycle. Make it even better by joining others on a bike tour of area parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Get an up-close-and-personal look at the foliage, since its colors peak somewhere between late October and early November.

Couple enjoying retail therapy shopping in Brookline, MA

From enjoying a little retail therapy to taking part in the green scene, Brookline residents and visitors have no shortage of outdoor excitement this November. Get out and enjoy the fresh air and natural beauty before Winter 2015 forces you to break out the parka and boots!

 

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