If you’re looking for a small town feel, with big town access, Brookline, Massachusetts is the place to be. Although it’s considered a part of Greater Boston, Brookline was incorporated as a separate town in 1705. In its early days, Brookline Village was the center of retail activity in the state of Massachusetts. In 1892, Simons shoes was opened near the Boston Public Gardens, but Simons moved to the town of Brookline just after the first World War.
Simons is a family owned shoe store that provides an incredible selection of comfort footwear. The diverse staff is personable and interesting, but the most important role at Simons is their Chief Chocolate Officer, who is sure that the backroom is always stock with a variety of chocolates! When visiting Simons, you’re sure to find a large selection of styles, colors and sizes and a sales team that will be sure all your needs are met. You won’t be dissapointed when visiting Simons.
Brookline is know as the city with the most doctoral degree holders due to its proximity to nearby academic and medical institutes such as Harvard, Boston University and Boston College. With access to world class art museums, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the finest universities and some of the best restaurants around, Brookline seems like a big city, but its residents are drawn in by its provincial atmosphere. Within a 30 mile radius from Brookline, you could hike the mountains, pick apples on a beautiful farm or swim in the Atlantic ocean. Its rich history and delightful character should put Brookline, Massachusetts on the top of your list for places to visit!