If you are visiting Brookline for the first time, let us welcome you to our unique city.
Brookline is an enclave surrounded by, but independent of the city of Boston. While the city has a lot of urban charm, we're sure you'll love our parks and historic landscapes.
If you're looking for a night out, a place to grab a bite to eat, or a place to take the kids, Brookline has it all!
Get a taste of local fruits, vegetables, wines along with local crafts, music, and fun events for the whole family.
An award-winning Spanish tapas restaurant and wine bar featuring flavor-filled dishes redolent with olive oil, lemon, and smoky paprika.
Step back in time at this old-fashioned neighborhood diner with an extensive menu of American comfort food.
Travel back in time to understand the Kennedy family’s early years and how it shaped a future U.S. president’s values.
This naturally preserved area contains 3.5 acres of lush trees, vine bushes that include two natural ponds and Amory woods. An oasis of nature in an urban setting.
Home of “America’s Oldest Car Collection” including an 1899 Winton 4-HP Runabout and the families' collection of horse-drawn carriages.
New England’s favorite puppetry destination with 300 yearly performances, classes, workshops, and interactive fun for kids.
Your kids will love one of the special features such as the annual 24 hour Sci-Fi marathon or Sing-a-long Sound of Music in this beautiful and historic 600 seat theater.
This 61-acre park is a great place for the family to spend an afternoon playing on the extensive lawns, picnic areas or, in winter, the outdoor ice-skating rink.
Learn about upcoming concerts, festivals, movies, performing arts, sports, and family events in Brookline. Things are hopping around here!
Keep up with the latest happenings in the city government and local businesses, as well as local city news.
Contains all the “wicked local” events, business, sport, and entertainment news that makes Brookline such a great place to live.