The installation consists of 20 sculptures by Massachusetts artist Michael Alfano, which have been installed in sites extending from the USS Constitution to various sites along the Boston Harborwalk and ending at Mayor Menino Park.
Head over to the alley besides Rowes Wharf Bar to try Boston Harbor Hotel's new beer garden featuring a rotating selection from Maine Brewing Company.
The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular might be one of the biggest fireworks displays, but there are many other places to catch Fourth of July fireworks around the city.
One ticket will get you samples of three varieties of Massachusetts oysters from Red's Best located inside Boston Public Market.
The Boston Harbor Hotel is returning with Movies by Moonlight Fridays against the beautiful backdrop of the harbor. This week's movie is ET. Tuesdays-Thursdays you can enjoy al fresco dining with live entertainment.
If you're looking to have a quiet and relaxing afternoon in Boston, there a few places to pick up a good book and something to sip on.
This unique dining experience in Somerville allows you to watch the chefs prepare your meal right in front of you. Sign up for a 2-hour multi-course lunch or dinner.
The Huron Ave location will be slinging BBQ from 11am-2pm on the sidewalk in front of the store. Pre-order or stop by the day of for some of the best street food around town.
Free ferries will be departing from Long Wharf on Saturday to either Georges Island or Spectacle Island to celebrate Park Opening Day.
After a two-year hiatus, Harvard Square's Mayfair is back with live music, dancing, food, crafts, street art, and entertainment for all ages.