While the winter season in Boston limits the amount of outside events you can involve in, Here is an outdoor activity that is best experienced in cold weather: ice skating. Boston offers a variety of ice skating venues — all of which have their very own elegance and features. Under pressure, take a look at my three faves.
Frog Pond in Boston Common is The most famous and successful of The Boston ice skating venues, for good reason. It is in the center of the city, and provides ice skating classes, skate rental, audience skates/playtests and all, and a snack. Located in the center of the city, okay at the Ritz-Carlton Boston Common or the Nine Zero Hotel Boston. I have to get on the ice soon, paths on sunny days can be long. Another choice is the Kendall Square Ice Skating Rink, situated in Kendall Square in Cambridge. It offers skating rentals, ice skating classes, a snack, and validated carpark in the proximity Kendall Square South Garage. The Boston Marriott Cambridge is close by, but is very reasonably priced for Boston. Looking for the more personal ice skating choice?? The Charles Hotel, right in the heart of Harvard Square, provides a 2 bedroom, 900 square metre ice skating rink that is available to the public, but could also stay leased for personal activities. The rink is okay and outside The hotel.