During the holiday season, Boston and its surrounding areas are peppered with holiday markets and seasonal stores that help revelers celebrate.
Whether outdoorsy folk are looking for a way to watch a movie outside with friends or planning to hike in the Berkshires, Boston has a rental store that can help.
There are a variety of stores and celebrations that allow revelers to stock up on homemade, one-of-a-kind, themed and edible stocking stuffers for the family.
Boston has numerous organizations that can use extra funds or goods during the holiday season. Those who want to donate to worthy causes will not have to look hard to find one.
When it comes time to buy a gift basket, thoughtful givers want something that is not like everything else, and Boston has plenty of that. From purveyors of local foods to shops that stock only gift baskets, the options are plentiful.
When the holidays come around, all of Boston is transformed by the season. Caroling is common, restaurants make seasonal foods, trees are bedecked in lights and shows happen at virtually every venue
Besides the always amazing art museums, including some of the best in the country, Boston is also churning out art events that bring the appreciation indoors for the winter season.
While merriment is to be had around every corner, visitors who have little time can take advantage of the best sites, sounds, food and lodging available around the holidays in Boston. They will be happy they did.
Who better to ask about children’s crafts than a preschool teacher? Miss Jenny uses her crafting expertise to come up with five easy crafts to do with kids this Thanksgiving.
Boston is one of the best places in the United States to celebrate Thanksgiving. Whether celebrating as a family, with friends or alone this year, there is a way to rejoice, give thanks and even give back in the spirit of the holiday.