Temperatures have finally dropped below the 60s. In fact, the city experienced record breaking temperatures this past weekend that fell in the mid 20s. Bostonians- it’s time to put away those tank tops and break out the puffer jackets. Even better, it’s time to start participating in Fall events. Here are our top picks for this month.
Half Priced Tickets
As the season comes to a change, different companies are offering discounts on specific city events. Boston Holiday Duck Tours, Holiday Pops, Urban Nutcracker, and A Charlie Brown Christmas are some of the companies offering discounts. A quick Google search will lead you in the right direction.
It’s the perfect time to take one of those Boston tours you’ve been hearing so much about. Hurry before it starts to snow! Head to Fenway, jump on a “Hop On Hop Off” bus, or go on one of Boston’s wine tasting and walking tours.
Visit The Boston Public Market
Up for food on food on food? Head to the BPM as vendors start to serve up holiday versions of your everyday favorites. It’s the perfect way to stay warm, walk around and enjoy a hot mug of cider.
Start prepping for Thanksgiving. Not looking to cook your own feast this year? Here are some restaurants that have decided to do the work for you!