St. Patty’s Day Parade: (March 20) If you can’t be in Ireland, then there’s nowhere better to celebrate St. Patrick’s day than in Boston. The South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade is listed as the second largest parade in the country. This year the parade starts promptly at 1 PM on March 20th. Reserve parking for the day, so you can celebrate the holiday with a pint, or two. Click here to find out where to get the best pints of Guinness in Boston!
Stone Zoo Bunny Bonanzoo: (March 26) Grab the family and head to the Stone Zoo for a day of Easter egg hunts, face painting and a visit from the Easter bunny! This great event will benefit the Zoo and it’s programming. Check out details here!
Dine Out Boston 2016: (March 6-11 & 13-18) Formerly known as Restaurant Week, this biannual event allows locals and visitors the opportunity to try some of the city’s best, newest and most exclusive restaurants for a special price. Ranging from $15-25 for lunch and $25-$38 for dinner, you’ll get an unforgettable meal at an unbelievable price. Check out the list of participating restaurants here.
The Hills are Alive (March 29th-April 10th): Or should we say, the Boston Opera House is alive, with the Sound of Music. The beloved musical will be showing for only a short window, so you definitely do not want to hesitate in getting tickets! Once you get your tickets, reserve your parking SPOT just down the road from the theater!
Boston Flower and Garden Show: (March 16-20) Feel as if Spring will never be here? The Boston Flower and Garden Show will give you that taste of Spring you’ve been dying for! For a few days this month, the Seaport World Trade Center will bloom with 25 unique gardening displays and horticultural experts. For more information, click here!