When a soft snowfall flutters down on Boston's Beacon Hill, the heart canâ€™t help but be filled with romance. The lamplit streets and cobblestone alleys create a picture postcard of New England that youâ€™ll cherish forever. And if you wish to explore outside of Boston city limits, a stay at a Bed & Breakfast in any wintry colonial town is the perfect winter getaway.
Of course, the winter season in Boston Massachusetts is not just for couples. Thereâ€™s plenty to do in town for everyone: Educational museums, thrilling theaters, and delightful dining abound.
Over in the North End, the TD BankNorth Garden is the place for sports fans in winterâ€”both the Bruins and Celtics play here. New England has some of the best Massachusetts ski resorts, many within a short drive of Boston.
Thatâ€™s Boston in the winter. Come discover the beauty and warmth of the season.
Month Avg. High Avg. Low Avg. Precipitation
December 42Â° 28Â° 3.9â€ť
January 37Â° 22Â° 3.3â€ť
February 39Â° 24Â° 3.9â€ť
What to Wear:
Bostonians dress smartly and simply. Itâ€™s cold and often snows. Full winter gear is a must.
Day: If youâ€™re touring, youâ€™ll want comfy sneakers or waterproof boots. Most tourist venues donâ€™t have dress codes, but check to be sure.
Evening: Consider your agenda; the theater tends to be dressier and some upscale restaurants require jackets.