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Springtime in the City

Narrowing down all of the activities to do in Boston isn’t an easy task! However, here’s our list of both conventional, and not so conventional, things you can do and see while spending springtime in Beantown.

  • Chocolate: The Exhibition (On exhibit through May 7th)
    • Love chocolate? The Bostom Museum of Science is currently offering an exhibit to the concoction that has fascinated humans for thousands of years. “Chocolate: The Exhibition” explores the origins, science, and life of chocolate through the use of bilingual immersive and interactive experiences. Be sure to stop by the Coco Truck for a free cup of hot chocolate!
  • AORN Global Surgical Conference & Expo (April 1st – April 5th)
    • Join 10,000 perioperative nurses and exhibitors for five days of learning, networking, and inspiration at the AORN Global Surgical Conference & Expo. Learn about the latest research and best practices through 70+ education sessions and hands-on training simulations. Over 500 exhibitors will display innovative technologies and trends that are taking the medical world by storm!
  • 2017 Boston Marathon (April 17th)
    • The 121st Boston Marathon is right around the corner! Experience the world’s oldest annual marathon and one of the world’s most prestigious road racing events as runners travel over 26 miles through eight Massachusetts cities and towns to the finish line in Copley Square!
  • Boston National College Fair (May 7th)
    • The 2017 Boston National College Fair will host over 12,000 attendees looking for the opportunity to meet with admissions representatives from a wide range of postsecondary institutions in the United States. They are the perfect place to kick off college searches and provide the information needed to sort through the qualities, environments, and burning questions students may have about the United States postsecondary experience.
  • Not going to be around for these events? Check out some of the amazing year round activities that are favorite pastimes of locals and tourists alike!

  • Visit one of Boston’s Amazing Museums
  • Harvard Yard & Harvard Square
    • Whether you’re in town to tour Harvard University’s campus or not, paying a visit to Harvard Yard is a must- especially during the spring and fall for a stroll around campus and access to great museums and shops. Harvard Square is also home to amazing restaurants, locally owned businesses, live music venues, and more. It’s easily accessible if you’re using the T while in town.
  • Catch a Sox Game at the Bleacher Bar
    • You know we love Fenway Park, and especially ways you can experience a game in different ways. Lying beneath the bleachers in center field at Fenway, the Bleacher Bar offers exceptional views of the game along with food and drink options.
  • Visit one of Boston’s Speakeasy Style Bars
    • For an experience a little bit different than your usual bar, pay a visit to Saloon, Wink & Nod, or Drink for an homage to speakeasies that were available during the prohibition era. These bars focus on the craft and quality of their cocktails, so you’re definitely in for a treat.
  • Visit one of Boston’s Craft Breweries
    • Beantown has plenty of great booze to offer. Take a look at Beer Advocate’s list to aid in your search of great beer.
  • Take a Self-Guided Freedom Trail Tour
    • While one of the more conventional options on this list, exploring the Freedom Trail is one of the best ways to hit the majority of the historic spots along the city. You can pay for a tour, or go ahead and go on a self-guided tour at your own pace.
  • Explore the Boston Public Library & Back Bay Area
    • Book fans rejoice! Boston’s Public Library recently underwent a renovation and is a sight to see. You can explore the maze of novels and knowledge or even spend time outside in the library’s beautiful courtyard for some fresh air. We also recommend you explore the nearby area of Back Bay and grab a latte at The Thinking Cup or look at more books at one of Boston’s best bookshops, .
  • Get a workout while climbing up the Bunker Hill Monument
    • The Bunker Hill Monument is more than just an arduous climb to one of the best views of the city (294 steps, to be exact). Every year this historic spot sees thousands of visitors seeking to learn more about the battle and relax in a ‘green spot’ of the city.
  • Walk along the Boston Harbor
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