Travel and Outdoors

Monday, May 29 is Brookline native John F. Kennedy’s birthday. Ask not what JFK had to do with Boston, but what you can do in Boston for the late president’s birthday.
💧 RTP is the only rooftop pool in our city with public access — meaning it’s a hot spot for cooling down in the summer. Here’s what to know about lounging poolside at the Back Bay hotel.
Catch a free ferry trip out to Spectacle or Georges Island on Saturday, May 20 for Free Ferry Day.
The sun is out. We should be too.
Tree Alliance will help reduce the temperature in the city with an expanded tree canopy.
Learn more about the Make Way for Ducklings statues and celebrate Duckling Day this Mothers Day weekend with Mrs. Mallard.
If adventure has been calling your name, now’s the perfect time to get away for National Travel and Tourism Week. Gas up the car and take a road trip to one of these four destinations.
The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming. Pick up your tickets now to one of these three farms near Boston to pick-your-own flowers.
Keep local love growing this spring with local plants.
Book a tee time at one of these city golf courses. ⛳
Curious about those Cottontails? Hop in and learn about these Boston bunnies.
From getting a permit to catering, we’ve got the details on how to plan a wedding, family reunion, or special occasion in a national park.
Here’s how the Charles River Watershed Association will use a $1 million donation
We’re highlighting the best parks that Boston has to offer — complete with athletic courts, dog areas, and waterfront views.
Protect the night by taking some simple actions Saturday, April 15-Saturday, April 22
There is something for everyone at one of these small towns.
Here’s how Volo Sports helps locals get outside, get active, and get social.
Here are just a few of the 20 sites on this historic walking trail.
We’re breaking down the Irish sport of hurling including its rules and where you can catch a game.
Visit a local park, participate in a community event, or clean up your humble abode in honor of the astronomical transition from winter to spring.
Take Back the Night is a women’s community run that will support a local women’s shelter.
It’s snow secret that New England winters can be pretty cold.
We take a look at our bicycling infrastructure and how we can make the area more bikeable.
Have you noticed the unusual billboard in Allston?
According to recent data, it’s very possible.
Apply online and visit a local enrollment center ahead of spring and summer travel.
Hit the road and head to Montreal — we’re sharing all the details about what to do and eat, plus where to stay.
Calling all local cyclists: do you accept the challenge? 🚲
We’re answering questions like “What is composting?” and “How do I compost in an apartment?”
Here’s what you need to know about the Boston accent.
What better time to celebrate love in our city? ♥️
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