Horatio Harris Park

Horatio Harris Park is an idyllic pastoral landscape in an urban setting. Here exists the neighborhood's most elegant and natural display of Roxbury Puddingstone. 

In 1852, the site became a public park known as Fountain Square. The square was renamed to Horatio Harris Park in 1916, after the Olmsted Firm made improvements to the site.

Since then, the park has remained largely as it was. Even though this park is primarily made up of rocks and trees, it is quite picturesque. People come to read, stroll, or chat with a friend. It’s a neighborhood park beloved by the community.

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