This Roadside Attraction Near Boston Is The Most Unique Thing You’ve Ever Seen
There’s a living art gallery hiding just off Mass Ave in Cambridge, and you may have passed right by without even realizing it was there. Modica Way is far more than just an alley — it’s an homage to street art. This under-appreciated attraction is the perfect sight when winter has bleached the landscape of color.
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If a simple alley can provide such a rich canvas, just think of all the other under-utilized spaces out there. You’ll find Modica Way next to Central Kitchen. The closest address is 565 Massachusetts Avenue.
Does this spot appeal to you? Then also check out the facade of the Museum of Modern Renaissance in nearby Somerville. When you know where to look, Boston is brimming with creativity and color — year round.