Old Sturbridge Village
Top places the kids will love to visit before school starts up again this fall.
The tradition continues with warm winter mittens, red rosy cheeks and harmonies of hearty carolers as they fill the air with Christmas cheer.
There are a bevy of parties and get-togethers happening in and around the city, from the big and small, great and tall. Here are just a few of the places to be this July 4th.
There’s no better place to celebrate all that is fall than in the Boston area. Consider one of the following close-to-home getaways this fall.
From turkey trots to black Friday shopping to historical and fur-filled tours await at Boston’s best celebrations of Thanksgiving.
Old Sturbridge Village is worth definitely worth the one-hour drive; there is always something going on in that “town”. Plus, it’s fun to remind the kiddos that there were in fact fun things to do before the Wii was ever conceived!
Celebrating Halloween in Massachusetts provides plenty of options. Here’s a guide to some of the kid-friendly activities going on in the area.
Boston is steeped in American history and you can’t walk a few feet without stumbling over some sort of historical landmark. But if you want to really experience history first hand, you’ll need to get a bit further from the city.
Academy Award-nominated actor Sam Waterston is being honored with a lifetime achievement award from Old Sturbridge Village and documentary filmmaker Ken Burns.
Sleigh bells, ice sculptures, open art studios and the Big Game highlight events that your family may enjoy this weekend.