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10 Things to do this Memorial Day Weekend

1. Take a stroll through the parks This Memorial Day visit the Boston Common to witness the Memorial Day Flag Garden, where each of the 37,000+ flags that are planted by the Massachusetts Military Heroes represents every brave Massachusetts service member who gave his or her life defending our…

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Pet-Friendly Activities in Boston

Explore these dog-friendly things to do in Boston: VISIT BOSTON COMMON Did you know the Boston Common is the oldest city park in the United States? It’s a tale as old as time: dogs love parks. Dogs on leash are welcome all throughout the common, and off-leash dogs are available in designated…

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Spring Blooms in Boston

Spring has sprung in Boston! Visit America's Walking city as it blooms with breathtaking plant life. Check out our guide below to the top places to experience Spring in Boston. Boston Public Garden Location: Back Bay Boston is home to the first public botanical garden in America: The Boston…

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The Somerville Squares

Just north of Boston exists a dynamic string of neighborhoods full of hidden gems. Somerville is known for its city squares, which all have interesting personalities of their own. Delicious cuisines, arts and entertainment, and fun outdoor activities are just a few things you will find here. In…

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Things to do this St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day Parade may be cancelled but we can celebrate virtually and safely in-person! Virtual events Irish Film Festival- The Irish Film Festival Boston has become one of New England’s premier ethnic film festivals and one of Ireland’s best representations abroad. Normally housed at the…

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Celebrate Black History Month in Boston

It's February, and with it comes Black History Month, an opportunity to celebrate the rich and integral role that African Americans have played in the ongoing story of America. Within this tale, Boston has produced many unique chapters and characters, from Lewis Hayden to Lewis Latimer, Phillis…

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What Massachusetts Travelers Need to Know About REAL ID

On October 1, 2021, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will implement the final phase of REAL ID enforcement, requiring Americans to present a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or another acceptable form of authenticated ID to go through airport security checkpoints. Are you ready for REAL…

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Roxbury Love Story

Boston is a special place to celebrate Dr. King’s life and legacy. King considered Boston his second home, the city where he met his wife Coretta Scott King and where he earned his Ph.D. in Theology from Boston University while living on Mass Ave. The Roxbury Love Story mural by local artists Pro…

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Unique Winter Dining Experiences in Boston

Say hello to socially distanced, safe dining with Boston's unique "outdoor" restaurant experiences! Envoy Igloos Location: Seaport Experience the panoramic views of Boston you know and love year-round with the Envoy's Igloos. Whether you're planning your next date night or an intimate night out…

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