Close your eyes and your senses return you to 1634 as you skate on the Frog Pond in America’s oldest public park. Join local residents and visitors alike as they glide over the carefully manicured, refrigerated surface. The Frog Pond skating rink is open from November to mid-March with at least 100 days of seasonal skating. Whether you’re practicing for a 9.9 at the Winter Olympics or simply trying to stand on two feet, the ice at the Frog Pond will always be accommodating.
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From October through April, Save The Bay offers one-hour seasonal seal watching tours aboard the M/V Alletta Morris from Bowen's Ferry Landing in Newport, Rhode Island. Bundle up and don’t forget the camera! See the website for schedule.
One of New England’s most popular winter destinations, the Skating Center offers a fun, family activity at an affordable price. The 14,000-square-foot skating rink is twice the size of Rockefeller Plaza’s ice rink in New York City! Nearby, you’ll find shopping, restaurants and entertainment at Providence Place.
See website for specific event dates. Featuring more than 1,800 wines from more than 200 wineries, the Boston Wine & Spirits Expo is New England’s biggest and best wine festival. The 2018 Boston Wine Expo will feature multiple ways to learn about and sample great wine and food including our Grand Tasting main event, the exclusive Vintners’ Reserve Lounge and through our dynamic seminar series. It’s the perfect venue for learning about your favorite wines and experiencing new wines.
Select weekends, January through March — Limited 2020 dates available. If you love unique travel experiences, spend a night at the top of Mt. Washington – the highest peak in the northeastern USA, known for its famous winter extremes. The Mt Washington Observatory’s Overnight EduTrips allow you to fully experience the summit of Mount Washington by spending a night in the weather station at 6,288 feet above sea level. Enjoy a full day of sightseeing and alpine adventure, then join staff scientists for a hearty dinner and stay overnight in bunk rooms. You might even get the opportunity to witness sunset and sunrise over New England – a breathtaking experience known only to the most intrepid mountaineers. Not ready for an overnight? Try a day trip instead.
A month-long celebration of romance and indulgence in two enchanting seaside villages. Enjoy a Victorian Valentine lecture, wine and chocolate tastings, gallery stroll, and special accommodation/dining packages for couples. See website nearer the date for details.