Top Boston Events for the Fall

Summer may be slipping away but Fall is Flying into Boston with Family Fun, Festivals, Football, Foliage, Fright and Flavorful delights! Check out the fun activities Hotel 140 has compiled for your for the Fall:

 

halloweenSalem Haunted Happenings

A month-long celebration of Halloween and fall in New England, the festival features more than 150 events for all ages. October 1-31. For more information about visiting Salem from Boston, please check out one of our previous blog post.

 

Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival

Boston’s biggest block party can be found on Columbus Avenue between Massachusetts Avenue and Burke Street in Boston’s South End. The outdoor performances are open to the public and free of charge. September 28, 12-6pm

Riverfest 2013 at Assembly Row A day of local artists’ crafts, food trucks, live music & a kids’ fun area – ending with a fireworks display over the Mystic River. September 21, 11am-8pm

 

Piano_hotel140“Play Me I’m Yours” Piano Festival 

Located in public spaces throughout Boston and Cambridge, 75 pianos are available for everyone to play and to enjoy. September 27 – October 14

 

 

harvardindex35th Annual Oktoberfest in Harvard Square

Harvard Square, October 13, 2013

Oktoberfest in Harvard Square, an autumnal event featuring:  HONK! Parade Music, Dance, and Street Performers, Vintage Goods, Free Goodies Family Fun, Arts and Craft Vendors and So Much More!!

 

Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Fall Open House

Admission to to the Museum is free and includes all special exhibitions and programs, from John Singer Sargent Watercolors to the Benin Kingdom Gallery, featuring art from the ancient African Kingdom of Benin. October 14,10am-4:45pm

 

Whether you’re looking for a family event or something to do as a couple, you can find plenty of Boston activities during the fall.

 

-Source: BostonUSA

Best of New England — Editors’ Choice

Best of England

Hotel 140 is pleased to announce that we were recently awarded by Yankee’s editors and contributors, who name select restaurants, lodgings, and attractions in New England to the exclusive list.

According to editors at Yankee magazine, “Every one of the 300-plus places we highlight contains an untold back story about someone striving for perfection, having a dream, and having the vision to make a difference, whether it’s a small artisan’s studio or a lobster-in-the-rough shack or a dressed-up steakhouse on a tree-lined Boston street.”

“While it may be hard to create a business, the true challenge is in making it work, being good enough that it endures and brings people back. Those are the qualities we look for and reward when we say ‘Best of New England,’” says Yankee’s editor Mel Allen.

Hotel 140 is so pleased to earn this recognition from Yankee magazine. We strive to execute polished, warm and professional service to our guests all year around. We pride ourselves on being a quiet haven in the midst of the bustling city; a historic fixture with contemporary design. We do our absolute best to accommodate each guest’s personal room preferences. For quality accommodations in Boston, choose Hotel 140.

 

 

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