Saturday, July 3rd
- The Tall Ship Floating Restaurant & Bar – Just opened! The Tall Ship—a 245" vessel turned floating oyster bar moored on Pier One in East Boston. The ship features three custom built mahogany bars, built around the grand mast while guests enjoy uninterrupted views of the city skyline and harbor. The galley kitchen offers a concise menu of local oysters, shellfish, sushi, and charcuterie boards.
- Brato Lobster Roll Pop-up at Lamplighter Brewing – Swing by this Saturday for a New England classic, done up by our friends at Brato Brewhouse and Kitchen. This is a once a season event that you won’t want to miss!
- Tour the Nichols House Museum – The Nichols House Museum 1804 Federal townhouse was home to landscape gardener, suffragist, and pacifist Rose Standish Nichols and her family. Their home and its original art and furnishings provide a glimpse into life on historic Beacon Hill from the mid-19th to mid-20th century. The museum educates and inspires the public through innovative tours and programs.
- Boston Harborfest Fireworks – Boston Harborfest Fireworks will light up the city sky at approximately 9:15 PM above Boston’s Inner Harbor. The 40 year old Harborfest is always the best birthday party in the country! What better place to celebrate the nation’s independence than on the streets and places where it happened?
Sunday, July 4th
- ICA Watershed 2021 – The ICA Watershed opens for the 2021 season with a monumental commission by acclaimed artist Firelei Báez on July 3. In her largest installation to date, Báez reimagines the Watershed’s gallery space as the site of an ancient ruin, as though the sea had receded from the floor to reveal the archeology of human history in the Caribbean. An art project by artist Stephen Hamilton exploring traditional uses of indigo will occupy the Harbor Room.