Boston December 17, 2017
6 Unforgettable Places Around Boston That Everyone Must Visit This Winter
Most of us love a good day trip. However, with winter underway, you may feel a little low on ideas. Fortunately, some of the most entertaining places near Boston go all out at this time of year with themed events and enchanting decorations. Here are 6 unforgettable destinations that are sure to put you in the festive spirit:
1. Plimoth Plantation (Plymouth)
Sunday breakfasts with Santa and Light the Darkness strolls through the plantation make December a great time to check out
2. Edaville Family Theme Park (Carver)
For a winter experience that’s chock full of fun, you can’t beat Edaville Family Theme Park. From its gorgeous Christmas light display to
North Pole Train rides,
this place is a blast for the young and young at heart.
3. The House of the Seven Gables (Salem)
This historic house that inspired the work of Nathaniel Hawthorne deserves a visit in any season. During December, your tour includes fun snippets of info about Christmas in New England throughout the centuries. Plus, the
House of the Seven Gables
looks even more charming decked out in its holiday glory.
4. Blue Hills Ski Area (Canton)
Hit the slopes without traveling too far from Boston.
offers 12 trails and a terrain park, with plenty of advanced runs along with some suitable for intermediate and beginner skiers as well. You can even go night skiing here!
5. Legoland Discovery Center, Boston
If you have some little Lego fans in your life, this is the time to take them to the
Legoland Discovery Center
in Boston. In addition to all the usual fun shenanigans, during the Holiday Bricktacular, there are themed holiday builds and a Lego sleigh.
6. Jordan’s Furniture (Avon)
Soak in the wonder of the
a whimsical and historic holiday display that’s sure to bring a smile to your face. You’ll also find an indoor ice rink and a light show hiding inside this store. Let’s all go couch shopping *wink wink* as soon as possible.
Have you visited any of these attractions during winter before? Let us know in the comments!