Plimoth Plantation

Thanksgiving in Boston 2014

Spending Thanksgiving in Beantown? While we’re sure you’ve already got plans for the big meal itself, there’s plenty to do the rest of the holiday weekend that’s sure to delight family and friends (besides Black Friday shopping, that is). Check out a few of our suggestions for the top Boston attractions to enjoy on Thanksgiving weekend, and let us know what you think! Visit Historic Plimoth Plantation Get in the holiday spirit with a visit to Plimoth Plantation, a recreated seventeenth-century village that showcases authentic Native American and early Colonial settlements. Engage with compell … [Read more...]

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Spring at Boston Museum of Fine Arts

One of our favorite places for artistic inspiration is the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. This spring, you’ll discover exhibits and artwork that span various exciting areas of human creativity, from craftwork to Caravaggio to Cezanne. Along with the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the MFA presents the best of the art world. No trip to Beantown is complete without an afternoon spent at this famous institution! Explore the colors of spring through the art of quiltwork, with a new exhibition of fascinating quilt art from the Pilgrim/Roy Collection. T … [Read more...]


Boston Museums Discount Tickets

Boston is a great city to take in a ballgame, go on a historical tour or simply chow down on a bowl of some fresh New England clam chowder. It is also one of the best cities in the country to go to a museum. The Boston Museum Pass will give you a sampling of what the city has to offer by providing you a 28% discount on admission to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Institute of Contemporary Art and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts has been at its current location on Huntington Avenue for more than 100 years and it has been building its collection the entire … [Read more...]


Art Events in Boston

Art lovers looking for things to do in Boston this spring are in luck. Boston is home to a number of art museums, large and small, and they’ve all got newly opened or upcoming special exhibits. Visitors and locals alike will enjoy the diversity of the Boston arts scene. Prepare to be fascinated, amazed, and inspired by this wide selection of special art events in Boston. Boston Museum of Fine Arts The Museum of Fine Arts hosts an impressive collection of American, European, and World art. Everything from classical masterpieces and sculpture to modern art installations and Early American f … [Read more...]

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What’s New at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts This Winter

Boston has a particular beauty and charm in winter - one that is best observed from indoors. So if you’re in town this winter looking for something special to do, we suggest a visit to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, or the MFA as it’s known to locals. The MFA is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world, featuring everything from Egyptian art and artifacts to the inspiring work of contemporary stars. The new Art of the Americas wing contains the largest collection of art by American artists and artists of the American colonies from the 17th century to the present day. There is als … [Read more...]


Top Boston Attractions for Day Trips

Making a day trip to Boston? Whether you’re more in the mood to mix and match, or you’re the ambitious traveler who wants to see them all, here are the top attractions in Boston: Museum of Fine Arts & Fenway Park Start your day off with two of the premier Boston attractions: The Museum of Fine Arts and Fenway Park. They’re only separated by a 15 minute walk, so it’s easy to visit both in the morning before continuing on with your sightseeing in the city. The Museum of Fine Arts almost needs no introduction. Over one million visitors come into the museum each year; they see over 450,000 … [Read more...]