Boston Harbor Hotel presents the 32nd Annual Boston Wine Festival featuring expertly paired wine dinners by Executive Chef Daniel Bruce. Renowned winemakers from around the world have gathered in Boston for this one-of-a-kind celebration of food and wine. This weekend, join for a wine and food pairing featuring Moet & Chandon and Truchard Vineyards.
Festival continues through Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Jazz, America’s own music, has always had a home in Boston. The Museum of African American History celebrates Boston’s rich jazz history in its exhibit, Jazz Scene in Boston: Telling the Local Story. The exhibition includes images by noted jazz photographers Lee Tanner and Jack Bradley, as well as photos and memorabilia from numerous private collections.
Experience curling this winter on the private patio at the Beacon Hill’s Liberty Hotel. This 16th century Scottish sport is having a resurgence on The Liberty Hotel’s iceless outdoor rink. Packages include 45 Minutes of independent curling, cocktails and light bites. Reservations are required.
“Hatched: Breaking through the Silence,” is an illumination and sound experience created specifically for Boston's 80-year-old Hatch Memorial Shell amphitheater.The work is an original 15-minute visual and sound performance led by Boston-based creative Maria Finkelmeier of MF Dynamics and promises to "cut through the darkness of the winter months, offering a public space for joy and optimism in the New Year.” The four-week long installation provides a family-friendly and physically-distant ex...
Boston Lyric Opera (BLO) announces A Winter’s Evening, a seasonal concert with rising soprano Gabriella Reyes that premieres Dec. 21. Reyes makes her BLO debut in this special, recorded live at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate in Ipswich, Mass. The pe Included free with an operabox.tv season subscription, A Winter’s Evening is available on-demand to non-subscribers starting Dec. 21.
December 21, 2020 - January 31, 2021
The Museum of Science’s seasonal tradition continues with All Aboard! Trains at Science Park, our fun-for-all-ages temporary exhibit featuring classic winter landscapes and a hint of nostalgia. Miniature trains, snow-covered peaks, engaging activities, and even a few surprises await! Experience a whimsical setting where powered model trains at different scales run through various colorful scenes, complete with intricately created décor, buildings, and even people. You can also check out small...
Keith Lockhart leads the Boston Pops Orchestra in holiday classics old and new to both inspire you with hope and create holiday cheer this year. From the Pops’ classic "Sleigh Ride" and brilliant "Twelve Days of Christmas" to jazzy arrangements of traditional favorites, you’ll also hear "O Holy Night," "Home for the Holidays," a virtual performance with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, and a special new reading of "A Visit from St. Nicholas" ("‘Twas the Night Before Christmas").
Boston’s Seaport neighborhood has been transformed into Snowport, a magical winter getaway for the season. Catch an electric and extraordinary Circuit "sleigh" for a complimentary open-air ride into Seaport. Try your hand at curling at the Seaport Common. Or get cozy in the rooftop igloos at the Envoy. Find gifts, games, festive art and plenty of surprises in this one-stop wonderland.
This winter, experience The Cog, the world's first mountain-climbing rack-and-pinion railway in operation since 1868. This unique railway will take you up Mount Washington, New Hampshire to an elevation of roughly 3900 feet. There, at Waumbek Station, you can enjoy coffee and cocoa trackside in toasty shelters or next to a blazing firepit while you take in the fresh mountain air and breathtaking vistas.