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The Public Garden is a large park located in the heart of Boston, adjacent to Boston Common. Based on the original design by urban planner Frederick Law Olmstead, the park is part of the Emerald Necklace a long string of open spaces that run west down the center of Commonwealth Avenue towards the Back Bay Fens and Muddy River. The park contains a lake and seasonal plants; and during the warmer months, the pond is usually home of one or more swans. The site also features Swan Boats, a famous Boston attraction which allows visitors to sit on a boat ornamented with a white swan at the rear. The boat is then pedaled around the lake by a tour guide sitting within the swan.
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