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Explore Boston in Winter

In Boston, winter is a perfect time to explore the high-end shops of Newbury Street and have lunch at a funky bistro in the South End. Take a cultural tour of the world at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and listen to a concert at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. To get the blood pumping, head for Boston Common, where you can ice-skate on Frog Pond. At night, see the Boston Symphony Orchestra, or the out-of-this-world Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse.

And of course, the holiday season in Boston Massachusetts is filled with joy and celebration. The shopping can’t be topped and the festivals and celebrations are abundant. The cobblestone pathways and romantic lamplit streets of Beacon Hill will make your nights in Boston memorable. In addition to that, tree lightening during Christmas in Boston are something that you don’t want to miss when traveling to Boston.


Are you traveling to Boston this winter? We’d like to hear about your travel ideas and your experience in Boston!

Source: Boston USA

One Response to Explore Boston in Winter
  1. Karen Lodge Reply

    I will be traveling to Boston in January and staying at Hotel 140 for the week to attend the US
    Figure Skating Championships. I also plan on taking in the Aquarium while in the city.

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