Who says you're ever too old for a playground? Get in touch with your inner child this summer at a Boston park that has something for people of all ages, from 5 to 65.

The Lawn on D may not be a brand new feature in Boston, but it is a unique space that's the first of its kind and is definitely a hidden gem in the city's Seaport District.

The 2.7-acre space offers outdoor activities a'plenty, with something everyone can enjoy. Located on D Street just outside the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, the Lawn on D features yard games like cornhole and giant Connect 4, ping-pong tables, plenty of comfortable lawn furniture and the most incredible light-up swings you'll ever see. Plus, there's live music, both from local bands and DJs, on the regular, and cold beverages and food if you want to kick back and enjoy the outdoors for a while.

Whether you're planning your next date night or getting the whole crew together for a night on the town, the Lawn on D is a great spot to check out while you're in Boston.

We made a trip up to the Lawn on D over the weekend and had a great time getting out in the city and snapping some cool pictures with the swings. While we were there, we also took the liberty of compiling some much-needed tips for how to make the most out of your trip. Trust me...The parking situation on D Street is rough, so you'll want to plan ahead.

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