Located just minutes from Boston and serviced by the Green Line via the B, C and D lines, Brookline is  known for upscale stores and village pubs and numerous large estates. It's bordered on three sides by the city of Boston and is regarded as a commuter suburb. 

The town is home to a large number of professionals and academics and is known for its liberalism. Brookline includes a large number of Russian immigrants and a prominent Jewish culture. It features one of the oldest country clubs in the United States and it's home to the birthplace of President John F. Kennedy.


Copley Square Hotel Bedroom
Where to Stay Hotels in Brookline
Lars Anderson Museum
Things to Do So many things to do in Brookline
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Where to Eat Find great restaurants North of Boston!

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