The holidays are coming, and there’s no better place to experience these than in the Boston Metro area! Here’s a list of special events to enhance your enjoyment of the wonders of the holiday season!
Nov 8-10: Boston Christmas Festival, Seaport World Trade Center. A holiday shopping extravaganza featuring over 350 pop-up shops with talented artisans and gourmet foods. Buy your tickets online early for reduced admission!
Opening soon: Public Ice Skating at the Boston Common Frog Pond. Voted as the Best Outdoor Ice Skating Rink in the U.S. by USA Today! Admission $6.00 and under; skate rental and locker services available. Season passes available.
Nov. 22 – Jan. 4: ZooLights is an illuminated wonderland with animals! Enjoy camel rides, pictures with reindeer, visits with Santa and other attractions at Stone Zoo. Closed on December 25. See the website for complete details!
Nov 23: Plymouth Thanksgiving Day Parade. Festivities begin at the historic waterfront of downtown Plymouth at 10:30 a.m. This historically-themed parade celebrates American heritage and national progress. Special attractions all weekend long! See USAThanksgiving.com for details.
Nov 29 – Dec 1: Quincy Tree Lighting, Christmas Parade and Festival. A weekend of holiday fun begins on Friday at 5 p.m. at the Hancock Adams Common! Enjoy free entertainment and activities until the tree lighting ceremony at 6:15 p.m. Saturday at noon, Santa and his elves drop in at Pageant Field, with entertainment following at the Hancock Adams Common. On Sunday, the grand Christmas Parade begins at 12:30 p.m. See the Discover Quincy website for details!
Dec 3: Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting Spectacular. See the lighting of the tallest holiday tree in New England! Live entertainment. The Blink light and sound show immediately follows. The show runs daily through January 5.
Dec. 4 – 24: The Boston Holiday Pops perform your favorite songs of the season! Holiday concerts feature special guests and a light show. Santa adds to the spirit! Various performance dates throughout December. See website for performance dates and tickets.
Dec. 5: The Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll begins at 6:00 pm, with Charles Street closed to traffic. Beacon Hill shops will be open late! Live music, shopping specials, and refreshments.
Dec. 15: A Light through the Ages tells the meaning of Chanukah through story and song in a beautiful candlelight ceremony at 4 p.m. Reception follows. Held at the Central Reform Temple, 15 Newbery Street, Boston.
Dec. 31: Boston First Night is free to all! Enjoy ice sculptures, light displays, musical performances, and fireworks. Entertainment and special attractions will be focused in Copley Square and the Boston Common.
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