Following our previous post on What to See in Boston on Christmas Holidays, we are happy to share more activities you and your family could do this time of the year.
Boston on Ice
- Frog Pond at Boston Common Come with your family for an ice-skating fun at the Boston Common and get your hot chocolate to warm you up on a cold day at Frog Pond Café. Open annually for a winter season.
- Kendall Square Community Ice Skating A great outdoor skating place in Cambridge welcomes you to join for spectacular views of the city all winter long.
- Lightshow at the Stone Zoo Get into the holiday spirit by visiting the Zoo in Boston covered in dazzling lights and bringing Santa and magical holiday world to kids this Christmas. Open through January 1.
Boston Holiday Market Fairs
- Downtown Crossing Holiday Market and Harvard Square Holiday Craft Fairs have something for everyone. Get an original gift from local artists or a Christmas tree. Open annually through the month of December.
- Freedom Trail Get closer to American history and walk the two and half mile Freedom Trail tour that goes through the city and traces historic sites. Bring History classes you've been taught at school into life, visit sites that captured American Revolution times and Boston Massacre, join the Tea Party and Paul Revere. Take a guided walking tour or get on a trolley and learn about one of the first America's cities, Boston.