Monday, January 18, 2016

Where to Spend a Cold, Winter Day in Boston

While the weather may be colder , there are plenty of things to do in Boston that will get you out while still staying warm.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
25 Evans Way, Boston

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is home to a significant art collection of European, Asian and American art. The ISGM reached international notoriety in 1990 when thirteen priceless works of art were stolen and never recovered. As per the will of Isabella Gardner, discounted admittance is given to those wearing Red Sox apparel and anyone named Isabella gets in for free.

Improv Asylum
216 Hanover Street, Boston

The Improv Asylum is located in the heart of the North End on Hanover Street. Offering both improv and sketch comedy shows, there is a little something for everyone. Most shows start at 8pm or later so grab a bowl of pasta at one of the North End's many Italian restaurants before settling in for a night of comedy.

Hojoko
1271 Boylston Street, Boston

Hojoko is a fun Japanese pub, filled with colorful cocktails and 80s video games. In addition there is a "rock n roll" inspired Japanese menu with everything from sushi to ramen.

Boston Public Library
700 Boylston Street, Boston

The Boston Public Library's central branch is located right in the center of Copley Square. Admittance is free and it is very easy to get lost among the stunning architecture and millions of books. There is also a delicious restaurant and cafe located inside to grab lunch between pages.

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