Reserve a pass for parking and timed entry in advance online to access these three Trustees of Reservations properties. Virtual activities abound for those who choose to stay at home.
deCordova Sculpture Park in Lincoln
Where else would you find Aaron Curry’s 2013 painted aluminum sculptures “Blubat,” “Ugly Mess,” and “Homewrecker”? See more than 60 works on 30 acres.
Enjoy prompts, storytimes and Spotify playlists, sketching, and lectures online.
Fruitlands Museum in Harvard
You won’t find any fruit on its 201 acres, despite its name. The property is the former site of an experimental utopian community that lasted seven months. Fun virtual experiences from craft tutorials to meditations and peeks inside artists’ studios are yours anytime.
World’s End in Hingham
Frederick Law Olmsted designed tree-lined carriage paths fifteen miles south of Boston, on the edge of the Atlantic. Olmsted had designed a subdivision to go with it, but it was never built, according to the Trustees’ website. Take in amazing views of the Boston skyline. The park is also a Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area. There are 4.5 miles of paths and 251 acres to wander on foot or by bike.
Reserve Your Spot for Parking and Timed Entry
- Reserve a pass online.
- Passes are free of charge for members.
- Become a Trustees member to reduce cost.
- Visitors above the age of two must bring and wear a face covering.
- Put your pass in your car window or show it on your phone when entering a property.
- Buildings are closed.
- Picnics are permitted.
- Dogs are allowed on leash.
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