Boston Ballet Nutcracker: Performances Friday, December 7th at 7:30 PM and Saturday, December 8th at 1:30 PM at the Boston Opera House.
Boston Pops Holiday Concert: Various performances Friday December 7th- Sunday, December 8th including a kids matinee on Saturday, December 8th. All shows are at Symphony Hall.
Boston Public Library: One of the largest municipal public libraries in the United States.
Freedom Trail: 2.5 mile route that leads you to 16 historical sites throughout downtown Boston.
Museum of Fine Arts: One of the largest museums in the US containing more than 450,000 pieces of art.
Museum of Science: More than 700 interactive exhibits.
New England Aquarium: More than 8000 aquatic creatures.
Downtown Crossing: Traffic-free section of downtown featuring a variety of stores and restaurants.
Newbury Street: Located in the Back Bay, Newbury Street is comprised of designer shops, chic boutiques, and wonderful cafes and eateries.
Boston Garden: Home of the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins. Unfortunately, the Celtics are out of town and the Bruins play at night on 12/8 (during the reception, where we will be eating, dancing and drinking the night away 🙂).
Fenway Park: America's most beloved ballpark since 1912.
Ice Skating: Ice skate in Boston Common's Frog Pond.