February 2012

Boston Tourism – Five Attractions You Haven't Visited Lately

For those who are living in, living around or visiting Boston, it may be time to check out some of those favorite activities out there. You may not have visited some of these top locations for some time. For those touring the city, Boston has some outstanding attractions including museums, gardens and plenty of locations for fun. If it has been some time since you have taken in the cultural components that make up this city, do it now.

Top Attractions to Visit Again

Even if you live in Boston, why not take some time to check out the city's more well know attractions you may not have visited in a while? Sure, you've been there before, but why not come back? Here's a top five list you don't want to miss.

  1. Check out the Boston Public Garden. With more than 600 varieties of trees and flowers blooming in almost every season, it is a must see for even those that aren't the garden type.

What's Going On in Boston?

"What fun activities are you participating in this weekend in Boston?"

Boston has plenty of fun attractions for out of town visitors but locals also want to take part in the action. There are some outstanding events happening over the next few days that anyone in the city should take a part in. You may find yourself laughing away the day or enjoying a beautiful display of entertainment. What do you plan to do this week?

Activities in Boston

On Saturday, head to The Estate. There, you'll find Jordan Knight from New Kids on the Block fame hosting the Dancing for Hope event. You can get tickets at the DancingForHope.net site. The funds raised will be donated to St. Mary's.

If you are after some comedy, head out to Dan Kelly's Comedy Showcase taking place at Dick's Beantown Comedy Vault. It happens on February 7th and 8:30.

You can catch the Boston Ballet in town this week, too. The organization will be putting on a show of Simply Sublime on Thursday at 7pm. It is taking place at the Boston Opera House.