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Jumpshell Co-Founder Tired of predictable things to do in Boston? I'm pretty sure everyone who lives in Boston is going to figure those out on their own. They also run a great weekly series on things to do in Boston this weekend! Secret Boston isn't too complicated — it's just a huge following of cool, young people in Boston talking about parties, art, music, lifestyle, fitness and anything else that comes to mind. If you're wondering what to do in Boston, then you should join the community and find out!

And Michelle — founder of Secret Boston — is made of champion stuff. Co-founded by Tom O'Keefe — who runs the ubiquitously loved and followed BostonTweet — Flutter creates amazing local experiences that benefit great local charities. They launched in early June Definitely check it out — it really is a win for everyone involved you, them, the community.

Here's an example of a Flutter campaign you can donate to and the incredible prize you can win! Yes, it looks like a dingy convenience store, but actually: Situated on a quiet residential block in Boston, the unassuming storefront looks like a classic, fully-functional New York City—you got it—bodega. But walk to the back, trigger a tile in the floor, and watch as the Snapple machine slides away to reveal a sleek dark-wooded retail space, chock full of some of the most sought-after footwear, designer streetwear, and sportswear around.

Now go take a visit. And you can check out some of their selection at their online store. I'm debating whether to even tell you more or just let the intrigue of laser cutting take you away upon the clouds of imagination.

It really is a treat to find yourself within the speaker range of the twang of KB's soulful keytar — if you hear him, check him out! Boston Calling just wrapped up their summer set, but they wasted no time in hyping the next Boston Calling — coming September Boston Calling is without a doubt Boston's premier music festival , hosted at City Hall Plaza and drawing some killer performers.

Check out the details below. Here's the menu — scroll to the bottom and look on the right. Yes, it's not baseball season, but this is still an awesome one to keep in mind.

Let the countdown begin! With a window that looks directly through centerfield and into the park , it is the only view of its kind. They've got you covered. OR if you already have a sweet skill you can teach your class there. Bottom line, just check it out — it will probably be a really enjoyable use of your time.

The Marriott in Kendall Square Cambridge has an awesome rooftop garden that offers a nice respite from the towering pharma labs and tech offices in the area. Located on the 26th floor! Heads up — this garden was designed for patients and their visitors. This is definitely more tourist-y, but I personally don't see any shame in touring one of the most popular beer brands in the United States, founded and headquartered in Boston, MA.

AND you get beer! Doesn't get much simpler than that. They also sell wine and cheese. Top of the Hub isn't really a secret, but lots of people who live in Boston never actually go. If you're looking for a really classy, fun venue, Top of the Hub is awesome.

Starting April 1, Tours are available year-round and depart at the top of the hour. This world-famous, three-story, stained-glass globe is one of the key attractions at the Mary Baker Eddy Library. The Mapparium is available for view on a tour only. Tours of the Mapparium run every 20 minutes, lasting minutes.

The first tour of the day starts at Get more details on their website. Probably not for everyone, but if you like fishing or you like doing new things that involve nature and aren't too far from the city, give it a whirl! Bass fishing trips and equipment rental are available from May 15 thru the end of the fall. Fishing trips are by appointment from 5: All guided bass fishing trips include boat, guide, rods, reels, and tackle.

If preferred you can supply your own equipment and tackle. Once your trip is booked your guide will contact you to discuss the details of your trip including pick up and drop off location.

Downtown Boston pickup is available. This independently operated theater gives you a chance to take a break from Marvel movies and rom coms — which can actually be a pretty fun experience. The Public Open Night at the Observatory is a chance for people to come observe the night sky through telescopes and binoculars and see things they otherwise might not get to see, and learn some astronomy as well.

The Open Nights are held most Wednesday evenings throughout the year, weather permitting. It is open to everyone. Starting times are 7: The program lasts about an hour.

Year-round screenings are also held at area theaters. With the online reservation system, you may search for available passes at any Boston Public Library location. Great for a hot summer day. Positive vibes on Yelp. It's a sweet venue. It's great for a summer day. You can also book private functions if you'd like. Be honest — have you ever sailed around the Boston Harbor on a foot schooner before? And if you have, well you're just cool. The Liberty Fleet is definitely an underutilized attraction for Boston residents, but one that will give you a really cool experience — especially during Boston HarborFest!

Yes, another aquatic attraction! You've probably walked alongside or over the Charles River, but have you ever been on it? It's actually pretty fun.

And Paddle Boston lets you get a mild workout in the process by kayaking for an hour or two. They've got five locations in the Boston Area where you can rent a kayak, too. Get off the mainland and explore the islands around Boston Harbor. You can tour lighthouses, do some sea kayaking, lounge on a ferry ride and sample some fare from a clambake. Cool things to see — so check it out!

Here's all the information you need about how to get yourself out there! Not to mention you get to shop in the open air instead of in a fluorescent-lighted, air conditioned box.

Check out this website that has all the information about Boston-area farmers markets you need. Seriously, you can even use it as an "I'm better at Boston than you are" anecdote with your co-workers. You can get all the history on Castle Island here , or you can check the picture below and pretty much decide if you want to check it out.

A sunset gondola ride on the Charles River? Yeah, it does sound pretty good. Boston Gondolas supports and encourages the preservation of the ancient art of gondola building in Venice, and are active members of the Gondoliers Society of America. I didn't even know that was a thing! Check out the full list of concerts this summer. Wednesdays at 6 p. I'm just waiting on BostInno to drop the new list for summer — will update when it does!

Click the link above for BostInno's "running list of summer series in the city that you won't want to miss. These occur on a regular, oftentimes weekly, basis, so you'll want to tuck them away in the back of your mind for any night of the week you have free, or make a habit of hitting them up more than once.

Because it's just too nice out to spend your evenings on the couch. Located behind an unassuming door and down a [purposefully] sketchy-looking hallway, Back Bar is a really cool environment that serves some of the best cocktails in the Boston Area maybe even the galaxy.

No one describes Drink better than A bar entirely dedicated to the craft of the cocktail, Drink blends time-honored techniques and the classic cocktails of the prohibition era with modern innovation and the very best artisanal ingredients. And a quote from a former bartender at Drink who shall remain nameless: Even though their website is a little janky — the atmosphere is awesome and the drinks are phenomenal.

Definitely a popular spot on a weekend night so don't be surprised to find a line to get in. The closure is in effect from Fun, free and full of dancing. Blackstone Community Center Park, 50 W. There are a lot of place to get a great view of the gorgeous Boston skyline, but few of them are free and accessible unhindered by doormen or viewing hours or crowds of people.

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I didn't even know that was a thing! Check out the full list of concerts this summer. Wednesdays at 6 p. I'm just waiting on BostInno to drop the new list for summer — will update when it does!

Click the link above for BostInno's "running list of summer series in the city that you won't want to miss. These occur on a regular, oftentimes weekly, basis, so you'll want to tuck them away in the back of your mind for any night of the week you have free, or make a habit of hitting them up more than once.

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There are a lot of place to get a great view of the gorgeous Boston skyline, but few of them are free and accessible unhindered by doormen or viewing hours or crowds of people. The library roof offers a breathtaking view of the Boston skyline , including the Hancock and Prudential Towers, the Hood blimp during Red Sox games, and the Fourth of July fireworks.

This rooftop offers a sweeping view of the Boston skyline. Dubbed, "Alex's Place," the roof is dedicated to Alex Mendell, a Tufts student who took his own life in The roof is only accessible from an outdoor stairwell.

The Algiers Coffee House has been a fixture in Cambridge for decades, among all the changes that have taken place all around Harvard Square. Locals and students sit around the octagonal Moroccan tables sipping tea by the pot, eating their middle eastern fare, and enjoying unique salads in a funky, laid-back atmosphere.

The coffee is sensational. Service is friendly and unhurried. The Algiers is not wheelchair accessible, and serves beer and wine. The beer list is thoughtful and expansive and the food is just as good. There is no way not to have an energetic and awesome Friday night. For more than 20 years, owner Bill Raymer has been 'rescuing', and 'recycling' these timeless trophies, which he carefully displays in a square foot showroom and warehouse in Boston, Massachusetts.

These one of a kind and hard to find time honored pieces are coveted for their Beauty Escape the Room is a fun, interactive game taking place in Boston. Come with your friends, family and coworkers and have a great time. I'm not going to lie, the Facebook ad made this seem way creepier than their website does. Did you know there are public bocce courts at Langone Park on Commercial St. Channel your future twilight years with a leisurely game of bocce and a refreshing glass of Limoncello in one of Boston's most beautiful neighborhoods.

Definitely worth checking out if you need to unplug, recharge, sing with the birds, etc. Go Card Boston is a special pass that lets you "visit multiple Boston attractions for one low price. I wanted to be upfront about that, but I honestly wouldn't include it here if I didn't think it was a worthwhile product for people looking to "see the sights" in Boston. It actually blends savings and convenience, so it's worth exploring if you're interested in those attractions.

Here are some fun facts about Boston you may not have known. Now that you're an official resident of Boston, how much do you know about your city? Here are 15 interesting facts about Boston and the surrounding area. Find your apartment in Boston with a dedicated, hard-working rental agent. Tired of predictable things to do in Boston? Satisfy your sweet tooth at Four Seas Ice Cream Four Seas has been in operation since the s, making it one of the oldest ice cream shops in New England.

Try the peanut butter chip chocolate. Immerse yourself in nature at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge Birders will delight in this 7,acre refuge, which provides a resting, nesting, and feeding habitat for migratory birds.

Tour the centuries-old Godfrey Windmill The windmill is set into motion during celebrations, such as the Festival of the Arts Aug.

Grab a lobster roll by the water at Sesuit Harbor Cafe Voted one of the best lobster rolls on the Cape, Sesuit also has a charming view of its namesake harbor. Watch expert potters work the wheel, then purchase their creations, at Scargo Pottery Started in the s by legendary potter Henry Holl, this off-the-beaten-path workshop on Scargo Lake also has a lovely sculpture garden on the property.

Lords Road South, Dennis. Get artistic at the Cape Cod Museum of Art Besides artwork, the museum offers workshops and interactive classes, and hosts monthly screenings of classic movies between August and December.

Take in the view of Cape Cod Bay from the foot Scargo Tower Located atop one of the tallest hills on Cape Cod, the cobblestone Scargo Tower was originally constructed of wood in , then rebuilt after a fire in Revel in spring and summer flora with a stroll through the grounds of Spohr Gardens Perched on the edge of Oyster Pond, this six-acre woodland garden bursts with daffodils, azaleas, rhododendrons, and daylilies.

Dig into the legendary fried clams at The Clam Shack The outdoor tables at this well-known shack are perfect for watching the boat traffic of Falmouth Harbor. Farmers harvest more than 14, plants across 12 secluded acres. Weston Woods Road, Harwich. Have some fun at Grand Slam Family Entertainment Squirt your friends from the bumper boats, soar through the air on a zip line, hit the batting cages, look for buried treasure, and spend time in the arcade at this family fun zone.

The Boston Globe recommends the almond-fig. Dig into a lobster roll big enough for two at The Raw Bar The Hyannis location is right at the ferry terminal, so you can eat while anticipating your trip to — or lamenting your return from — the islands. Boost your wireless tech IQ at the Chatham Marconi Maritime Center Learn about the evolution of wireless technology and the many antennas used since the station was constructed years ago.

Have a vineyard adventure at Truro Vineyards All in a day: Attend a wine tasting, take a tour of the vines and barrel room, sample rum from Hollow Spirits Distillery, and grab a meal from the food truck on the lawn. Experience history with a trip to the Coast Guard Lifeboat CG In , four Coast Guardsmen lauded in the Disney film The Finest Hours used this foot wooden lifeboat during a massive snowstorm to rescue crewmen on the tanker Pendleton.

Fly a kite at Nauset Beach When you hit the beach looking for strong winds, head south: Piping plover nests to the north are blocked to beachgoers. View the masterworks housed at the Addison Art Gallery This gallery, a classic Cape house overlooking Town Cove, could easily be the subject of a painting itself.

Race Point Road, Provincetown. This Provincetown tennis club offers five such courts that are open to the public. Sip a cocktail at Aqua Bar Relax with a drink on the large waterfront deck directly overlooking the beach and harbor at this scenic bar, which was awarded a certificate of excellence from TripAdvisor. Town Neck Road, Sandwich. You can sample some, too.

It debuted as a roadside stand in Learn about a sunken 16th-century pirate ship at the Whydah Pirate Museum The museum showcases artifacts rescued from the Whydah pirate ship, including cannons, pistols, buttons, buckles, along with the ultimate pirate treasure: Route 28, West Yarmouth. Indulge in decadent, freshly baked goods and coffee brewed on-site at Pie in the Sky bakery It opens at the crack of dawn, and closes long after sunset.

Learn about sea creatures at the Woods Hole Aquarium The oldest aquarium in the United States, this little institution is home to about species of marine animals found in the waters of the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states. Venture into Design Works for one-of-a-kind home accessories The selection includes original artwork, rare vintage finds, refined linens, and much more.

Picnic at the historic Taylor-Bray Farm You can also meet the animals and walk the boardwalk into Black Flats Marsh at this farm established in Walk around the Edward Gorey House Peek into the home and check out the personal items of the quirky American author, illustrator, playwright, and costume designer.

Trail map available here. View the captivating, multicolored cliffs from the iconic Gay Head Lighthouse The brick lighthouse, one of the first in the United States to receive a Fresnel lens, is the only lighthouse with a history of Native American lighthouse keepers. Order the freshest seafood on the island at Menemsha Fish Market Located near the pier in Menemsha, a working fishing village, the market also stocks a slew of creative sandwiches. Take pause in the serene natural setting of Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge Its more than acres are managed by the Trustees of Reservations.

The coffee and espresso are also top-notch. The horses have real horsehair tails and manes, but the best part has to be the chance to grab the brass ring for a free ride. Get your hands dirty as you devour the signature chicken wings at Coop de Ville Located on the harbor, this open-air restaurant also serves fried clams and steamers.

Get up close with alpacas at Island Alpaca Take a tour of the farm, and attend a seminar or lecture about the furry, fleece-producing animals. Enjoy a great meal and a great beer at Offshore Ale Company Several craft beers are always on tap, and the menu includes excellent wood-fired pizzas and burgers. Savor a meal at the legendary Black Dog Tavern overlooking Vineyard Haven Harbor The menu at this tavern, open since , features American classics with a twist.

On the way out, stop into the attached store for a T-shirt with the iconic Black Dog logo. Throw a towel and some snacks into the basket, and go get lost for a while. Join the food-loving community at the Nantucket Culinary Center Joy and Greg Margolis are building a think-tank, demonstration kitchen, and restaurant hybrid right in the middle of town.

Choose from a daily lineup of classes and special events. Request a song from the pianist at The Club Car The fun atmosphere, stiff drinks, and sophisticated interior make this spot one of the liveliest in town most nights of the week.

Chill at the Sandbar on Jetties Beach The laid-back vibe at this hangout includes frozen cocktails, cans of beer, and buck-a-shucks during the afternoon. Slip , Straight Wharf, Nantucket.

Thankfully, this steep-duned spot has a staircase leading down to the sand. Gnarly waves, an impressive observation deck, and a newly paved parking lot make it an easy and breezy day trip choice. Soft white sand and vibrant sunsets make Mayflower Beach a luxurious destination. Add in the fully stocked snack bar and the tide pools at low tide, and this beach is perfect for the kids too!

The beach is located across from the Wellfleet tennis courts, skate park, and playground, so boredom is not an option. Menauhant Beach in East Falmouth. Visitors can either dock their boat at the marina or take advantage of the large parking lot. Nobska Point in Falmouth. Bring a few blankets and drink up the scenic views from the beach across the street from the Woods Hole peninsula. Race Point Beach in Provincetown.

At the very outermost tip of the Cape is Race Point, the dreamiest of dreamy beaches boasting large expanses of soft sand that keep it from feeling crowded.

How perfect is Race Point? The sand is also home to many seashells for anyone looking for a souvenir. Sagamore Beach in Bourne. Hikers join together with beachcombers and sunbathers to enjoy this ocean marvel.

Sandy Neck is also recognized as a Cultural Historical District because of the many cottages in the surrounding area. Located on the mainland side of the Cape Cod canal, a major perk of this beach is skipping out on the traffic that awaits on the other side of the bridge.

A kid-friendly find facing Nantucket Sound, Sea Street Beach is dubbed a family favorite for its convenient snack shack, sandcastle worthy turf, and warm water. Seaview Beach is a relatively small Nantucket Sound beach with clean white sand usually populated by locals and rarely crowded.

At low tide, walk out and explore the many tidal pools filled with various sea critters. Bass River Beach is a South Yarmouth favorite. Let the day disappear as you count the boats that sail by. This Cape beach offers plentiful hiking opportunities, as well as some pretty decent fishing. The picturesque beach on Vineyard Sound boasts views of Nobska Lighthouse and stretches for miles, divided by long jetties.

Complete your bike ride by traveling down the road to Woods Hole to check out the aquarium or enjoy an ice cream. This dune-backed beach with rock jetties has calm water ideal for kayaking or swimming for teenagers and adults. During high tide, kids sometimes jump off the famous Sandwich Boardwalk or fish for crabs. Veterans Park Beach in Hyannis. Located by the John F. There is parking available for more than cars but keep in mind, the east-end lot is only for residents.

A few volleyball nets allow for frequent spontaneous matches, though the beach is BYOB bring your own ball. After a day of sun-soaking and ball-spiking, meander farther up Ocean View Drive to understand why the street was so aptly named. Lighthouse Beach in Edgartown. Secluded and quaint with a touch of Vineyard history, Lighthouse Beach is only a short walk from the ferry and perfect for strolling down by the water or taking a short hike up the lighthouse for a panoramic view.

The lighthouse keeper is known to share stories with visitors and the beach is romantic and never crowded. Long Point Wildlife Refuge has both just a short walk apart.

With kayaks and paddleboards available to rent, Long Point provides a variety of ways to hit the water. Lucy Vincent Beach in Chilmark. Friedler courtesy of MassTravel. The Aquinnah Cliffs serve as the backdrop with the pristine coastline on the other side of the sand. Even more relaxing, beachgoers will often treat themselves to mud baths using mud from the cliffs. The local beach welcomes you with picturesque clear blue waters and is only a short walk from Main Street, where the road is dotted with charming houses and restaurants with hand-painted signs.

Accessible by bike path or the 8 bus from Edgartown, the three-mile stretch, also known as Katama Beach, is a great spot to spend the day picnicking and playing in the waves. Typically, the rowdier college crowd heads to the right side of the beach, while families and folks looking for a quieter scene head to the left. Brown Photography courtesy of MassTravel. The beach, along with Oak Bluffs in general, has been recognized as a meeting point and vacation destination for African Americans since as early as the late 18th century.

Once graced with wide swaths of sand, now only a narrow strip of beach remains. Come to hike rare sand barrens, fish, and watch for birds and monarch butterflies. If you want to swim, be cautious and mind any warnings of dangerous undertow.

A short walk from downtown, there is also a playground and a small cafe with kid-friendly food. Just a short drive or bike ride away, cool off after a day of beaching at Cisco Brewers, known for its laid-back atmosphere and IPAs. The Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge draws naturalists eager to see shorebirds, raptors, and seals basking in the sun. Leave yourself time to explore the coast including the Green Point Lighthouse.

Waves are not strong enough for surfing, but the water is flat enough for stand up paddleboarding. A family favorite, Dionis Beach is more remote than other Nantucket beaches. A few blocks away from downtown Nantucket and situated on the harbor, Francis Street Beach is the perfect pitstop after a day of window shopping or gallery perusing.

Your best bet is to ditch the crowds and pack a picnic basket, but be sure to keep your eyes up when the sun hits the water and displays a unique green flash. On the south shore of Nantucket, Miacomet Beach harbors very heavy surf and strong current making it easy for surfers to catch a wave but more difficult for families to enjoy due to a narrow sand area. A trail on the bluff above the shore winds through the manicured lawns of private homes and offers stunning views of the water below.

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