Let’s be honest, we all become homebodies as soon as the first cold day of the winter hits. But why stay cooped up when a New England winter is meant for exploration? Whether you’re traveling from afar or being a tourist in your own town, these Boston activities should be on your bucket list this winter.
Ice skating is the classic winter activity for a reason. It is fun for all ages. Looking for date night, family fun or a day out with friends? This go-to activity is perfect for all of the above. The Boston Commons Frog Pong offers picturesque and a whole lot of fun. With admission only $6 for skaters 58-inches tall and over, this outing won’t break the bank.
Speaking of classic winter fun, Boston Commons is also home to a great sledding spot. Conveniently located downtown it will be easy to find your post sledding hot chocolate destination to conclude a winter day of fun.
Winter is a great time to test out the tourist destinations in your own city. The Skywalk Observatory is flocked to by visitors for a reason and it’s time you see what it is all about. There is nothing like 360 ° views of Boston covered in a blanket of snow.
Summer nights get all the fun, and it is about time we share some with winter. Warm up your night out with a tour of one of Boston’s many breweries. Home to Samuel Adams Boston Brewery, you can find whatever atmosphere you seek from large-scale operations to local microbreweries.