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Holiday Lighting Ceremonies in Boston

For visitors and residents alike, it’s time to explore Boston’s beautiful array of festively festooned landmarks and neighborhoods. And in Boston, these exquisite evening illuminations are not just scattered about, for they provide wayfinding that will bring you to some of the city’s most iconic…

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10 Performances to See this Holiday Season in Boston

Boston's cultural calendar is seemingly infinite. Satisfy your love of 'the arts' and see our recommendations for interesting things to do, see & hear this holiday season. The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Musical Where: Boch Center | Wang Theatre When: Nov 26, 2021 The Elf on the Shelf: The…

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10 Performances to See this Fall in Boston

Boston's cultural calendar is seemingly infinite. Satisfy your love of 'the arts' and see our recommendations for interesting things to do, see & hear. Witch Where: The Huntington Calderwood When: Now through Nov 14, 2021 This fiendishly funny new play follows an alluring devil named Scratch as…

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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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Virtual Boston Experiences

Enjoy some of Greater Boston's best experiences virtually! From online octopus feedings to gallery viewings, museum podcasts, STEM webinars and more! See all virtual experiences here. #VirtualVisits to the New England Aquarium Dive into the lives of fascinating aquatic creatures with the New…

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Chinese New Year

During the Chinese New Year, the streets and alleys of Boston are transformed to celebrate the Year of the Rat. A lion dance parade in Chinatown, the Spring Festival exhibition at the Boston Museum of…

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North End Feasts

About the Feasts Continuously inhabited since the 1630s, the North End serves as the oldest neighborhood in Boston. While many visitors come here to check out the many landmarks in the area (such as…

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