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Travel and Outdoors

The 1,100-acre chain of parks and parkways dates back to the colonial period.
Caution: You’re about to enter the splash zone. Take a lap around one of these public pools in Boston.
Boston may be the noisiest city in the US, but these five local attractions allow you to escape the stresses of living in a big city.
During Revolutionary Spaces’ walking tours, discover the people, places, and moments that sparked a revolution and built a nation.
Make the most of what’s left of patio weather by taking your meals al fresco on one of Boston’s many beautiful patios.
Construction is about to begin on Boylston Street. Here is what you need to know about the one-way separated bike lane project.
See the colorful new mural from poet Cleo Wade at the intersection of I-90 and Congress Street.
💧 RTP is making a splash before Memorial Day weekend. Here’s what to know about lounging poolside at the Back Bay hotel.
Pack your reusable shopping bags — we’ve rounded up 12 farmers markets around Boston.
This summer, take a break from adulting and enjoy a weekend of camp at Lake Ashmere in the beautiful Berkshire mountains.
Find a spot to get outside and enjoy nature with these trails across the Boston area.
We’re highlighting the best parks that Boston has to offer — complete with athletic courts, dog areas, and waterfront views.
Get your sea legs with lessons or sign up for a membership at one of these local sailing clubs.
March is the peak month for maple syrup production.
Head to the Seaport for a cozy night filled with warm tunes at The Jazz Lounge at Kestra Restaurant, located within the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport.
Daylight saving time is here, let’s make the most of that extra hour of sunlight.
Prepare for spring weather in Boston with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center.
GOGO Charters works with a nationwide network of bus providers that covers major + minor cities across the country.
This Presidents Day, we’re talking about an iconic Boston statue: who made it, who cares for it, and why we should care about it.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Boston has to offer — complete with museum experiences, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
The City of Boston will expand the free fare program creating an estimated savings of $6+ million for Bostonians.
Need a local way to celebrate? See what The Love And Luxury: Seaport Romance package at The Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport can offer you and your loved one.
A team of tree experts will care for 500+ trees throughout Olmsted Park, beginning the second seven-year tree pruning cycle across the entire Emerald Necklace park system.
Igloos, yurts, and enclosed ice boxes: here are some creative options for outdoor dining this winter.
To help make your Logan Airport experience as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from the four terminals to parking and popular international flights.
The money will assist local scientists with research and developing safter commercial fishing gear.
The National Park Service will offer free admission at all parks and associated sites for six days in 2024.
From buzzy AI articles, to an eerie tour of a Boston landmark, here’s what our readers flocked to this year.
Light up Boston at one of these festival of lights ceremonies.
Good news for Boston.
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