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Make Way for Ducklings Sculpture, Boston Public Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
Make Way for Ducklings Sculpture, Boston Public Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
Photographs of Boston Public Garden, Boston, Massachusetts.

The Boston Public Garden is the nation's oldest botanical garden, begun in 1859.

Featuring elegant Victorian flower beds, weeping willows and a lake where swan-shaped boats drift lazily in the summer.

The park is home to the Make Way for Ducklings sculpture. The Mrs. Mallard and her 8 ducklings sculpture is based on the drawings of Robert McCloskey who wrote the 1941 children's classic Make Way for Ducklings, set in the Public Garden.

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