We want to connect readers to all of Boston's most festive holiday displays, starting with a few Christmas trees and menorah lightings citygoers can still catch.
On Friday, December 3, from 5 to 9 p.m., gather on the Seaport Common to witness the annual season's light up. This is a fantastic time to check out the neighborhood's third annual, which includes festive foods, outdoor games, and a new European-style open air holiday market.
The Seaport kicks off its annual Hanukkah celebration with a menorah lighting ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 5. The event includes live music, outdoor activities, and of course, the lighting of the 9 foot tall menorah.
The Boston Common is lit up for the holidays, and the tree, which stands 48 feet tall and is decorated with 7,000 rainbow lights, is also illuminated. Other trees around the Common and the Public Garden are also illuminated.
Check out the Boston Common menorah, which stands 22 feet tall and is one of New England's highest menorahs. Lightings will continue every night, culminating on Monday, Dec. 6, the last day of Hanukkah.
Check out the trees up and down Comm. Ave., sparkling golden with holiday lights after a walk in the Common and Garden. The entire walking corridor is a winter event for everyone to enjoy throughout the season.
The Copley Square tree is already illuminated, standing tall with sparkling golden lights, and the menorah is also rising, and a visit to this historic portion of the city is always worth the trip this time of year.
The Christopher Columbus Park transforms into a magical light garden for everyone to enjoy, ranging from 144 Atlantic Ave. to 144 Atlantic Ave.
Visit the Cathedral of Tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday, December 3-5, for an enchanted trolley tour, which features an annual tradition where the mayor lights Christmas trees across various Boston neighborhoods. On Friday, Saturday, and Saturday, the tour will be in Mattapan, Readville, and West Roxbury; and on Saturday, stops include South Boston, Chinatown, the North End, Charlestown, East Boston, and Dorchester. Visit the Cathedral of North Boston for the full schedule. Visit the Cathedral of Boston for the full schedule.
This holiday season will take you to Gillette Stadiums spectacular display of lights. There will be prancing reindeer, sparkling candy canes, and some of your favorite holiday characters all from the comfort (and comfort) of your own vehicle. The event runs through Dec. 24, from 5 to 10 p.m. and costs $40 to $55 per car.
Jordan's Furniture is housed in an unwelcome environment, with an indoor skating rink, a 4-D Polar Express theater show, and a laser show. The Enchanted Village goes all out, with an indoor skating rink, a 4-D Polar Express theater show, and a laser show. The experience will go on sale from January 2, Monday to Thursday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. - 11 a.m., 100 Stockwell Drive, on the, and the p.m., and the p.m
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