If it’s your first winter in Boston, you’ll want to make sure you venture out to see the city during the winter season. Even though the temperatures might be chilly, don't let it detour you from enjoying these must-see events.
Watch Snow Fall From The Hub: View a beautiful snowfall from 52 floors above the city, when you visit The Hub. Zoom in on some of Boston’s famous buildings and stop by The Hub Restaurant for a post-viewing drink or dessert.
Ice Stake on Frog Pond: Take a few laps around this downtown ice rink. No need to bring your own skates or snacks. All is ready for your arrival; just bring your warm clothes and some cash for admission and skate rentals. Kids under 13 can get in for free; you’ll just need to pay for rentals.
Go to The New England Boat Show: Held at The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, this show features 300,000 square feet of beautiful boats from around the region. Enjoy contests and giveaways, clinics and interactive displays. Tickets are $14.00 for adults.
Catch a Concert: When the wind and snow have you wanting to stay inside. Consider checking out a concert at The House of Blues. Check out a list of performances and buy your tickets early: http://www.houseofblues.com/venues/clubvenues/boston/
Visit The Museum of Science: Winter is the perfect time to check out museums. The Museum of Science features a butterfly garden, a planetarium show, a 3-D cinema and live presentations. Visit their website for times and events.
Wave goodbye to your Boston moving company and enjoy your first winter as a Boston-local and get out to enjoy your new city.
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