Travel TipsFive great activities to do in Boston, yet when it's freezing

Five great activities to do in Boston, yet when it’s freezing

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Here’s a reason it’s sure cheap to trip to Boston December through February; the bone-numbing temperatures and strange ice storms are enough to keep even the sweetest visitors at bay. But here’s a couple of reasons to hole up in your hotel for the entire period – wear graciously and bring at least an extra pair of slippers! Here are five fun things to do in Beantown even when the heat has declined under cold conditions:

1. Museum of Fine Arts/Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: MFA Boston is among The better exhibitions in The town, and includes new displays and demonstrations throughout the year. Close, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum might include sights from centuries ago in the mansion’s various rooms. Can you stay at a close resort to The Eliot, the Hilton Boston Back Bay, or The Colonnade, you can certainly boldly move to the exhibitions. 465 Huntington Avenue/280 The Fenway

2. Visit Fenway Park: It doesn’t have to be baseball season for you to visit the popular stadium. Fenway Park guests excursions year-round for $12 and directly across the street from the Park is another of Fenway’s better pubs and restaurants. Need a visit?, get a beer. The Commonwealth Hotel is located just blocks from The park, and nearby Back Bay resorts like the Sheraton Boston and the Lenox Hotel are just minutes from the Fenway location. 4. Yawkey Way

3. Take where everybody understands your name. True, It’s touristy. True, It’s too much. But true, you know you need to take a step. Is it very windy to brave the temperature in Boston, bold the visitor and face up to Cheers! (formerly the Bull & Finch Pub) on Beacon Hill (suggestion: don’t create the typical traveller miss then go to the Faneuil Hall). Request up a burger and Bloody Mary and stream the gatherings as they walk by on Beacon Hill. Once you’re hot and prepared for a change of scenery, take a walk down Charles Street for those who shop for something. Nearby resorts like Fifteen Beacon and the Omni Parker House are all within walking distance from the popular bar. 84 Beacon Street

4. Accept a display. We may not be Broadway, we put on some good shows. Test out what’s going on at the Stuart Street Playhouse, the Wang Theater, or Boston’s Opera House, Let someone else have fun with you on ice day!. You can get half-price bookings at BosTix on the day of the display, or your hotel concierge can get you a bargain. The West Boston recently opened in The village of, the Park Plaza Hotel Towers and Ritz-Carlton are just steps away from theaters and restaurants.

5. Take part in an old-fashioned pub crawl. Boston has all of the best (and Ancient) restaurants in the country, so why not suggest you’ve been inside a handful? Start at the 21st Amendment in Beacon Hill where you can then make your way to the Green Dragon in Faneuil Hall, and stop at the Warren Tavern in Charlestown. Team remembers: make sure to eat along the way, and don’t forget a cup of soup from Warren Tavern. Stay at the Residence Inn by Marriott for simple access to your apartment from the Tavern, take a taxi to all the other Boston resorts when you’re done with your pub crawl. Make Paul Revere happy!

– Melanie Nayer – Melanie Nayer. The


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