Michelle’s Boston Weekly Update!!!

Boston Never Gets Old!

Living in a city, you can often forget how much it has to offer. Within walking distance or a few T-stops away are endless opportunities all year long. Check out some of the things that make the city you love so exciting. So many people come to visit for a reason! Take advantage of these sights and events while you are so close to them all (and can get student discounts)!


Looking for two hours of pure entertainment full of laughter and surprise? Check out the Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse! This staple of the Boston comedy scene will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the performance. As an audience member, you will be taken through a multi-sensory experience by three hilarious bald, blue men combining theatre, art, music, percussion, technology, science, and vaudeville into an experience unlike any other. Performances are ongoing, but you don’t want to miss this chance while living in this city! For performance times, ticket information, and clips of the exhilarating performance, click here.


Ever wishing to clear your mind and take a step away from the noise and bustle of the city? Right at the end of the Orange Line at Forest Hills, this wish can come true. Just a short walk from the T, you can find yourself escaping into the beautiful Arnold Arboretum. Sponsored by Harvard University, this 265-acre green serves an oasis at any time of the year. Even in the winter month of February, the Arboretum is home to vast wildlife and foliage. Click here for hours and details whenever you feel like having a relaxing afternoon in the midst of the city.


Can’t help being captured by the beauty and intricacy of the Christian Science Center every time you walk on Mass Ave or to the Pru? Well, stop staring and step inside! The Mother Church, as Christian Scientists call this captivating piece of architecture and service, offers free tours every day of the week except Mondays. As college students looking for something to do on a rainy day or to cost-efficiently expand your worldly knowledge, this is the perfect opportunity! The tour takes you through the original Romanesque-style Church and the 1906 extension while learning about the founders and history of Christian Science. For more details, click here.


Boston is home to an overwhelming amount of museums and resources that would be a shame to not take advantage of as a student. The Museum of Science (located on the green line at Science Park) is one of these cases! If you have not already had the opportunity to check out what this place has to offer or are ready for more, don’t deny yourself. This weekend, the Museum of Science is premiering a simulator experience at a cost of only $5. The full-motion simulator takes you on a journey through space, the deep sea, and so much more. While you are there, be sure to check out the endless exhibits and IMAX theatre! Click here for more information.






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