Boston Summer Events 2014

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A long New England winter and less then ideal spring temperatures mean Bostonians and their neighbors are itching to get out and about this summer to enjoy their favorite Boston attractions. From May to August, you can join in on any of a wide variety of festivities in the Greater Boston area—music festivals, whale watch cruises, and sporting events are just the beginning of the list. Start your summer a little early with the Independent Film Festival Boston, which concludes its 12th annual installment on April 30th. The Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, the Brattle Theater in Cambridge, and the Somerville Theater host a rotating schedule of films ranging from full-length narratives features to documentaries and animated shorts. Skip to mid-May and you’ll find Boston summer … [Read more...]

Cape Cod Attraction Discounts

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A close neighbor to the city of Boston, but a distant relative in its allure – Cape Cod is home to ample beaches and a well-known maritime character. As the easternmost portion of the state of Massachusetts the Cape provides a popular, relaxing getaway spot for Bostonians and visitors alike. One of the first places settled by the English in North America, Cape Cod has become a haven for fresh seafood, pristine beaches, and historic landmarks.  As part of your Go Boston Card, head southeast for the ultimate Cape Cod experience. Your Card includes discounted museum passes, cruises, sports rentals, and everything in-between at one low price! Attractions include: Sandwich Glass Museum - Located in the heart of Sandwich Village, this museum aims to explore the history of the town … [Read more...]