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Experience Dorchester.

Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over 6 square miles. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated from Dorchester, England in 1630. Boston's largest neighborhood by far, is today sometimes nicknamed "Dot" by its residents. 

Explore Dorchester, Boston's largest and oldest neighborhood and home to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & MuseumFranklin Park Zoo, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US  Senate and Commonwealth Museum. Delicious restaurants such as  224 Boston Street Restaurant, dbar, and the Freeport Tavern also call Dorchester home.

Comfort Inn Boston

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DoubleTree by Hilton Boston Bayside

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Ramada Boston

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University of Massachusetts Boston - Conference and Event Services

Residence Hall Summer Housing UMass Boston is pleased to offer comfortable, convenient, and...

Franklin Park Zoo

Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site nestled within Boston's historic Franklin Park. Here, guests can...

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

The JFK Library is temporarily closed due to ongoing public health and safey concerns. Step back...

Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate

The EMK Institute is temporary closed due to ongoing public health and safety concerns. Visit the...

Commonwealth Museum

The Commonwealth Museum brings history alive through exhibits and educational programs. Changing...

dbar

dbar is Dorchester's premiere destination for fine dining, delicious cocktails and exciting...

Venezia Waterfront Restaurant & Banquet Facility

Fine European cuisine and attentive, professional servers await your arrival. Venezia Waterfront...

 

Boston Neighborhoods Blog: Jamaica Plain, Roxbury & Dorchester

Jamaica Plain

Boston is a city of neighborhoods, where currents of cross-cultural communities, ethnic dining, eclectic villages and a diverse populace intermingle to make the city a confluence of cosmopolitan and multicultural exchange.  In today’s blog, we’d like to introduce you to three neighborhoods just to the west and south of the city center: Jamaica PlainRoxbury and Dorchester.

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