Welcome springtime in the Boston Metro by experiencing our special events! With so much variety, there is virtually something for everyone. Here’s a sampling of what’s happening around Boston this month:
42nd Annual World of Wheels car show takes place at the Seaport World Trade Center, April 1 through 3. See customized hot rods, vintage cruisers and more. Demonstrations and celebrity appearances.
Boston Duck Boats will be operating from all launch locations starting April 1, offering unique tours through historic downtown Boston, the Back Bay and Beacon Hill. Enjoy an amphibious landing in the Charles River and an unforgettable scenic cruise.
Taste of South Boston brings the best of Southie’s culinary fare to the Seaport Hotel, April 3 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sample culinary delights from 30 of South Boston’s finest dining establishments. Enjoy wine and beer tasting, live entertainment, raffles and silent auctions. Cash bar. Click here to purchase tickets!
Super Megafest Comic Con runs April 8-10 at the Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Center in Marlborough. Experience pop culture at its best with an incredible combination of celebrity appearances, TV and movie cars, set props, cosplay events, artists and collectibles.
Swan Boats open for the season April 16, weather permitting, at the Boston Public Garden lagoon. Enjoy a tranquil, non-motorized cruise in a picturesque setting.
Patriots’ Day events happen around the Boston Metro area throughout the month of April, with a featured event and parade on April 18 in Lexington. Here is a list of Patriots’ Day re-enactments, parades and ceremonies.
The Cambridge Science Festival runs April 15-24 at multiple locations. Immerse yourself in hundreds of fun and interactive events featuring science, technology, math, and engineering. Don’t miss the amazing robot zoo!
The Boston Marathon happens April 18. The historic 26-mile race begins in Hopkinton and ends in Copley Square. About 30,000 participants are registered for the 2016 run, representing areas from around the nation and the world.
Run of the Charles Canoe & Kayak Race runs April 24. The Run of the Charles is the largest flat-bottomed boat race in New England. Over 1,500 racers participate, drawing spectators from around the Greater Boston area. Enjoy the finish-line festival with live music and food!
Boston Collage Arts Festival takes place April 28-30, featuring art exhibitions, demonstrations, live music, dance and theater performances; literary readings and film screenings.
The Boston Metro area offers a vibrant business climate and a great lifestyle for residents. These events are just a small sample! If you’d like to explore Boston Metro commercial real estate, please contact us for complete guidance!