Truly one of the great historic towns in the Boston, Massachusetts metro area, Brookline began as Algonquian Territory and was an outlying colonial settlement of Boston during the 1700s. Today, the architecture, sites, parks, and roads highlight Brookline's storied past, making the town a charming place to live and visit. A variety of hotels in Brookline, MA are available to accommodate your needs as well. Ready to get started?
Before you can see a film at legendary Coolidge Corner Theatre or tour Holyhood Cemetery, you have to arrive at your destination. If you're landing at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), which is 8 miles away, you can hail a taxi outside or arrange a private shuttle van. The cheapest and most effective option is to take public transportation from BOS; take the Silver Line from the airport to South Station, and transfer to the T (Boston's subway system), which will take you right to town. If you want more freedom for getting around, know that Brookline rental cars can be booked right at the airport.
Once in town, drop off your bags at one of the Brookline, MA hotels, and start exploring. Tour the John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site—the birthplace of J.F.K, or be wowed by classic cars at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum. Admire the Temple Ohabei Shalom, an absolutely gorgeous synagogue, and then head to the Lost Pond Conservation Area if you wish to view local wildlife. As you can see, a trip to Brookline offers a mix of exciting activities.
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