Museum Of Science
Rain can ruin a lot of plans. But there are plenty of ways to turn around a dreary day in Boston, without having to worry about the weather.
Now you don’t have to go inside Boston’s Museum of Science for an educational experience. The museum on Friday started offering outdoor tours of the parks, open areas and surrounding neighborhoods using Segways, the two-wheeled personal transporters that defy the laws of balance. Museum vice president of education Paul Fontaine says he has long wanted to expand the museum’s offerings to the outdoors.
No need to do the same old, same old this weekend. Break out of your normal routine and check out one of the many events in and around Boston this weekend.
The inbound lanes of the Craigie Drawbridge in front of the Museum of Science are set to close again, but this time for 12 weeks.
Winters in Boston can be, well, brutal. But luckily, there’s no shortage of inclement weather activities to explore.
Looking for something to do this holiday weekend? Here are some ideas around the state.
The Craigie Drawbridge in front of the Museum of Science is re-opening Sunday. Two lanes have been closed since November 6.
There are ways to save on gift giving.
Thousands of drivers got their first taste of the Craigie Bridge construction detour Monday.
They’re too old to think riding in the stroller is the best way to travel, yet too young to want to act all-grown-up.