This weekend may bring many families to Boston and many students away to spend time with those they love, but enjoy it either way! Appreciate those around you and challenge yourself to new adventures!
In honor of the upcoming Holocaust Remembrance Week and as a member of the Boston community, take some time to appreciate the beautiful New England Holocaust Memorial located by Faneuil Hall. Comprised of six gleaming glass towers, the memorial holds six million etched numbers commemorating those who were killed by the Nazi Regime. Each tower represents one of the six main concentration camps. To learn more about the history of the Memorial and visiting information, click here.
Have friends and family in town for the holidays? What better way to show them around the city than on a famous Duck Tour adventure? If you’ve never been, this is an experience you do not want to miss out on while in Boston! The 80 minute tour takes you through Boston on land and at sea in a World War II amphibious-style vehicle. A character conductor will guide you through the history and landmarks of the city. You even get a chance to steer once you hit the Charles! You can catch a tour right at the Prudential Center, or at the Museum of Science or Aquarium if you are gallivanting around the city. Click here for tickets and more information!
Already mastered the Duck Tour and want to try something new? How does a TV and Movie Tour of Boston sound? Lights, Camera, Boston! offers two tours to take you through the city with the films you know and love. The TV and Movie Bus Tour takes place every Saturday and Sunday in April at 11 AM featuring over forty sites in three hours. The Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour takes you to over thirty sites in an hour and a half leaving at 2:30 PM every Saturday and Sunday of this month. For more information, click here!