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The Muddy River Gallery
320a Harvard St, Brookline, MA 02446
The Muddy River Gallery is an art gallery. It features rotating exhibits from various artists. This includes sculptures,More paintings and multimedia pieces. Please visit the website for information on current displays and upcoming events.
Wheelock College
43 Hawes St, Brookline, MA 02446
Wheelock College is a private university with campus locations on both sides of the Muddy River in Boston. There are aMore variety of on-campus dining options, and students can sign up for one of a range of available meal plans. Students can utilize the online graduate programs at Wheelock College, whichen able them to complete degree work without setting foot in a classroom.
Riverway Park
Longwood Ave & Chapel St, Brookline, MA 02446

One of nine parks comprising Boston's Emerald Necklace park system, Riverway Park is a narrow 34-acre park runningMore the length of the Muddy River from Park Drive in Boston to Route 9 in Brookline Village. Along with Olmsted Park, the Riverway marks Brookline's Border with Boston from the Fens to Jamaica Pond.

Like most of the Emerald Necklace, Riverway Park was designed by Brookline landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted starting in the 1880s. The park also features several historic bridges designed by H.H. Richardson, a Brookline architect who designed Trinity Church in Boston's Copley Square and whose work inspired many other buildings in the area.

Riverway park is maintained by both the Brookline and Boston parks departments, as well as a variety of volunteer-run organizations.

Olmsted Park
Pond Ave & Jamaica Rd, Brookline, MA 02445

Located just north of Jamaica Pond in the Emerald Necklace park system, Olmsted Park includes three ponds connectedMore by the Muddy River, a series of historic pedestrian bridges, a baseball field and a network of shady paths and boardwalks. The park is named after Frederick Law Olmsted, a 19th-century landscape architect who designed the Emerald Necklace and kept an office in Brookline for years.

Olmsted park is maintained and supported by a variety of volunteer organizations, including the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, Friends of Leverett Pond and Friends of Olmsted Park, as well as the parks departments of both Brookline and Boston.

Parking is available in a lot near Pond Avenue and Chestnut Street on the Brookline side of the park, and in a lot off Willow Pond Road on the Boston side.