Pets are prohibited from all Barnstable public beaches, with the exception of Sandy Neck Beach from May 15 to September 15; the rest of the year, dogs on leash or under voice control are allowed on the beach. This includes the beaches of the following villages: Hyannis and Hyannisport, Centerville, Marstons Mills, Osterville, and West Barnstable.
Boston Strolls offers a unique brand of walking tours that explore often overlooked aspects of Boston's history.
On Beacon Hill Uncensored, we stroll through Boston Common and the scenic streets of Beacon Hill as we discuss the seedy past of this now upscale neighborhood and the more colorful characters whose mark on history is often overlooked - a sleepwalking murderer and Boston's earliest known nudist, just to name a few!
On Back Bay: Swamp To Skyscrapers, we trace the social and civil engineering of the Back Bay project by strolling from Boston's colonial coastline at the foot of Boston Common to the heart of the new neighborhood in Copley Square. Along the way, we'll discuss the technologies that enabled the city to tackle this ambitious project, the personalities and institutions behind it, and the innovative building techniques that transformed the Back Bay from swamp to skyscrapers.
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Just steps away from Faneuil Hall, Joe's waterfront location offers picturesque views of everything historic Boston has to offer. Whether it be a cozy dinner for two on the magnificent dog-friendly outdoor patio, or a casual lunch or dinner with friends after work, Joe's on the waterfront is the perfect setting.
Dogs are not permitted on town beaches from April 1 to September 15; the rest of the year, dogs on leash or under voice control are allowed on the beach. These beaches include: Cockle Cove Beach, Forest Beach, Hardings Beach, Jackknife Harbor Beach, Oyster Pond Beach, Pleasant Beach, Ridgevale Beach, South Beach, and White Pond.
Your dog can enjoy Hawthorne's and Emerson's old stomping grounds. Facinating Revolutionary War sites as well. Your dog is not allowed in the historic buildings, but he'll probably be outside visiting the historic fire hydrants anyway. Maps available at the North Bridge Vistor Center.
Dogs are not permitted on town beaches from June 15 through Labor Day; the rest of the year, dogs on leash or under voice control are permitted on the beach. For holders of valid Eastham Beach stickers, in the Dyer Prince area, dogs on leash are permitted in the Dyer Prince/Rock Harbor Area before 9 a.m. and after 4 p.m. between June 15th and Labor Day; in Wiley Park, from June 15th through Labor Day, dogs are permitted on the walking trails only.