4 places to explore in the Cambridge area this fall

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It officially falls in Massachusetts It's officially autumn in Massachusetts! Although the autumn season is ushered in by the beautiful colors of the foliage we also think of the end of summer by its pleasant temperatures. To make the most of having your day outdoors before we get started shoveling the snow off our roads, Cambridge Taxi Cab has put together a list of four places to go within Cambridge, MA. Cambridge, MA area. If you're looking to check off all of them in the course of a weekend or catch them on a weekday, Cambridge Taxi is waiting to help. Taxicabs are waiting for 24/7, 7 every day of the week to get you there. Make a reservation online or call us if you want to take a break. In either case, you'll need to cross these off your list as soon as possible!

Magazine Beach

Magazine Beach is a 17-acre park situated in 668 Memorial Dr. Cambridge, MA 02139. It is the second biggest Park in Cambridge. It is situated on the Charles River, Magazine Beach includes a swimming pool, baseball and football fields, as well as picnic spots. There are also some historic structures within the park. The 1818 Powder Magazine is the oldest structure located in the Charles River Basin and the 1912 Riverside Boat Club boathouse was the last working man's club along the river. If you're visiting on Thursdays, make sure you bring your yoga mat (and mask) to join in free yoga classes in the park!

Mount Auburn Cemetery

The cemetery is located situated at Mount Auburn St. Cambridge, MA 02138, Mount Auburn Cemetery was purchased through the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in 1831 and was one of the first gardens in the United States. Mount Auburn Cemetery was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 and was declared as a National Historic Landmark in 2003. Start your visit by visiting the visitor center in the Story Chapel. It is located within the entrance gate. When you are there, make sure to participate in the self-guided tour which commemorates the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, women's suffrage.

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Danehy park

It is located toward North Cambridge and Porter Square, Danehy Park is a 50-acre park that is situated on the site of a former municipal landfill. Danehy Park is located at 99 Sherman St. Cambridge, MA 02138. Children, adults and pets are able to enjoy Danehy Park's various activities such as football, softball, biking, jogging as well as a dog park.

Fresh Pond Reservation

It is located at the Cambridge Highlands at 180-220 Fresh Pond Parkway Cambridge, MA 02138. Fresh Pond Reservation consists of the 155-acre Fresh Pond Lake and 162 acres of land surrounding it. Its 2.25-mile loop trail that runs around Fresh Pond Reservation is popular with runners, walkers, and cyclists. You should definitely check out Fresh Pond's public nine-hole golf course, which is situated within the reserve.

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