Reasons to Love New England in Winter
Every year since 1973 when Arthur Fiedler started the tradition, the Boston Pops has spread holiday joy to patrons with its Holiday Pops performances.
You’re engulfed in the spirit of Christmas in Symphony Hall with a sing-along, a visit from Santa and, of course, your favorite songs, which are only performed once a year.
The Holiday Pops start on December 5th, but some performances are already sold out. So, you’ll want to visit bso.org as quickly as you can. But, the Holiday Pops are just the start of the winter season in New England and all that it has to offer. Go Local has 19 other gems on its top 20 list. Be sure to click the link to their site to review all of your cold-weather options.
With snow already on the ground, it is time to break out the coats, scarfs, and hats because the winter season is here.
While winter is not everyone’s favorite time of year, there is no better way to ease the depression than by coming up with reasons to look forward to the season.
Of course, there are the basic winter events like skiing and tubing, but how about trying new things like ice climbing or dog sledding? Or checking out winter themed events like the Boston Pops, the Festival Of Lights and others.