Brookline
CoolidgeCorneredit.jpgEstablished in 1705, Brookline is a suburb of Boston which surrounds it like a horseshoe.. It is a unique mixture of busy streets made up of upscale shops and village pubs and rolling countryside with gracious apartment buldings, large estates and home to legions of academic and scientific professionals working at the nearby medical centers in neighboring Boston and Cambridge. Architectural styles include brownstones reminiscent of Boston’s Back Bay, Queen Anne, Colonial and Medieval. It’s most notable structure may be the iconic art deco Coolidge Corner Theatre. Numerous notable places include President John F. Kennedy’s birthplace in Coolidge Corner, Allendale Farm, a working farm with retail farm stand and Larz Anderson Park with an open air skating rink and transportation museum. It’s also home to the oldest country club in the nation, aptly named The Country Club. Brookline is easily reached by the MBTA Green Line and major retail centers, Coolidge Corner and Brookline Village, are pedestrian-oriented with a variety of shops, antique stores, coffee shops, delicatessens and casual or fine dining. 


Activities and Points of Interest: 
Official Website 

Brookline Historical Society 
John F. Kennedy Birthplace 

Larz Anderson Park 

Larz Anderson Auto Museum 

Allendale Farm/Stand/Camp 

The Country Club Brookline 

Coolidge Corner Theatre 

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