Boston’s Gibson House Museum is a historic place. Located in the Back Bay area of the city, the Museum preserves the legacy of the building that was occupied by three generations of the Gibson family and that was originally constructed…Read more.
Veterans Day is a chance to honor and appreciate the service provided by the nation’s family and it is also a time to spend time with your loved ones. There are a varity of family-themed events in the Boston area…Read more.
Things To Do In Boston This Weekend (November 2-3 2013) – Boston Red Sox Championship Parade Details
If you are looking for inexpensive fun and things to do in Boston this weekend, here are a few ideas, including the added Red Sox Celebration this Saturday! 2013 World Series Champions Parade: Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 10am. Show…Read more.
This weekend on November 1-3, 2013 The New England Home Show will be at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston! Tickets are $7 for adults but buy in advance online to save $1.00. Children 17 and younger are free. Even…Read more.
Who doesn’t love cheering on their favorite Football team (or fantasy football players) at a fine drinking establishment in Boston. Here are some football promotions for the NFL 2013-2014 to watch different football games at different bars around the city…Read more.
One of Boston’s most famous landmarks is Boston Common, a central public park in Massachusetts. The Common’s history is quite uncommon as it dates back to 1634 and is the oldest park in the United States. Consisting of 50 acres…Read more.