A central spot for art galleries, independent shops, and a vintage market…. ah, yes. You’ll feel trendy already after steeping foot inside! Release your inner creative and explore. #ProTip: visit the Open Market in the summer for craft vendors and food trucks galore.
Nordstrom Rack on Newbury Street isn’t the only place to find designer digs for less. A short ride on the Orange Line will take you to Assembly Row, a wonderful area packed with a movie theater, restaurants, and shops – most of them being outlets like Sak’s, Kenneth Cole, Lucky Brand, and more.
Want to learn to DJ? Or produce a track? Between courses and one-off *free* events, Mmmmaven’s instructors show what they know (which is a lot).
A secret garden so secret, locals barely know about it.
Everything is more fun when it takes place afterhours, especially fine art museums. With live entertainment and DJs poppin’ up a formal spot, this event series is the hot thing to do this fall/winter in Boston.
Play the “is it trash, or is it art?” game with friends at this absolutely amazing museum.
Guarantee any first date is a last date – take your date to the weirdest collection of bullet wounds, deformed skeletons, and crazy medical equipment Harvard Medical School has to offer.
Easily one of the chillest places in Boston – beautiful views, live music and public movies, biking/boating, and more.
Relive childhood with tons of yard games: giant Jenga, cornhole, bocce, ping pong, live music, and more.