Brookline is a town and part of the wider Boston area in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Probably, it is mostly well-known for it was the birthplace and hometown of the 35th US President, John F. Kennedy. Kennedy’s national historic site is maintained by the National Park Service and it is open to the public from May-September. Other top Brookline points of interest include Coolidge Corner Theater, Larz Anderson Park, Larz Anderson Auto Museum – Museum of Transportation, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, Puppet Showplace Theater, Museum of Bad Art, etc. Regarding budget accommodation, most of the and nearby Brookline charge around $90 – $130 per room per night.