Check Out this “Swinging” Spot


Spend the night at the Lawn on D! Grab a group of friends and hang out at this outdoor pavilion right on D Street. When the sun goes down, swing on glow in the dark swings or play an assortment of games on the lawn such as ping pong, Jenga, cornhole, or bocce. The Lawn on D invites new entertainment every week, so enjoy music provided by various DJs and other artists. The calendar will tell you who is scheduled to play and when. AND IT IS FREE! The overall vibe of this adventure is very trendy and hip. When you visit The Lawn, you are surrounded by art, whether it be the unique architecture of the swings or the concerts held on weekends. It is very much a party atmosphere and there is never a dull moment when you are there.

My friends and I had seen The Lawn on D advertised over this past summer and were very intrigued by the images of people swinging on the colorful “O” shaped swings and decided to travel into Boston to spend our night there. I can honestly say it was one of the most memorable trips my friend group took because there was something to do everywhere we went. We spent hours there and probably would have stayed longer if The Lawn had not closed for the night. We loved the overall high energy of the location and had a blast.



Food trucks are located near the lawn and serve a variety of food and drinks. In addition, the Lawn on D has concession stands with all food and drinks under $10. The menu includes burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, popcorn, ice cream, and much more!

For frequent updates visit the Lawn on D’s twitter page

The Lawn on D Website

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