Kemp Playground on the edge of the common is the greatest playground I have ever seen. There is a giant sandpit, and a water pump. There are also buckets on pulleys, a conveyor belt, and other building tools. Along with climbing structures, slides, swings, and a sprinkler. My 2 and 4 year did not even look for me for at... 更多
Visited here during our visit to Cambridge. It has a nice playground for kids that is fenced in, so you don't have to worry about them wandering off. There is a nice sand/water element there that was a big hit. Good place to let the kids burn off some energy. Be careful what you put into your GPS - there... 更多
Nice park for the kids on one end is the real attraction. Adults can glance over toward the restaurants that might be up next on the agenda.
I never expected my stroll through Cambridge Common to be so interesting. George Washington accepted the command of the troops in the Revolution here, right here where I was standing, and that felt impressive. The ride of William Dawes is commemorated on one side of the Common, and there are many other monuments to history around the Common. It was... 更多
The Common is a green area that is boring and lacks beauty. there are not enough seats and it has no interest for families or adults. The buildings in Garden st or Concord are not that pretty to make-up for the lack of beauty of this area. It is such a waist since it sits in prime land in front... 更多
The children's play area in the Cambridge Commons was redone about 10 years ago and it is WONDERFUL. It spurs the imagination and is not so big that you have to trail your kid! Great place to let them release energy as you wander Cambridge. Definitely worth seeing.
Cambridge Common is near Harvard square and borders the University in some spots. It's a pretty cool historic area with some interesting things to see. It's also a good spot to hang out in as well.
Enjoyable area to walk in historic Cambridge. Eclectic choice of eateries and the Harvard campus only a few blocks away. Much of it is a bit pricey, but well worth it. You have to stand under the Washingon Oak!