Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Fun Fridays in Boston

Last week, our friends Alicia and Kelly at Momtidbits.com shared Highland Street's Fun Fridays Program with their readers. They have been nice enough to let us repost the information on our blog. Hope everyone is able to enjoy these free activities throughout the summer at some of Boston's most popular kids destinations. See below for more details. 

Planning your summer lineup? Highland Street offers a Fun Fridays Program and invites you to visit a designated museum or attraction in the Boston area for FREE during the summer. It is open to both Massachusetts residents AND tourists! Whoohoo! No registration or tickets required.

View 2012 Free Fun Fridays destination schedule below:

June 29th
Tanglewood
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Heritage Museums & Gardens
Museum Of African American History

July 6th
Boston Children’s Museum
Stone Zoo
Cape Cod Museum Of Art
Wenham Museum
Sterling And Francine Clark Art Institute

July 13
Franklin Park Zoo
Children’s Museum At Holyoke
Danforth Museum Of Art
Decordova Sculpture Park And Museum
Reagle Music Theatre

July 20th
Buttonwood Park Zoo
Mass Audubon Visual Arts Center
Hancock Shaker Village
Pilgrim Monument And Provincetown Museum
Higgins Armory Museum

July 27th
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company
Children’s Museum In Easton
Springfield Museums
N.E. Historic Genealogical Society
New Repertory Theatre

August 3
Museum Of Fine Arts Boston
Norman Rockwell Museum
Amelia Park Children’s Museum
Fuller Craft Museum
Arnold Arboretum

August 10th
Battleship Cove
Berkshire Museum
Cape Cod Children’s Museum
Fruitlands Museum
The Sports Museum

August 17th
Institute Of Contemporary Art
Edward Gorey House
New Bedford Whaling Museum
Garden In The Woods
Concord Museum

August 24th
Boston Harbor Island Alliance
Uss Constitution Museum
American Textile History Museum
Old Sturbridge Village
Basketball Hall Of Fame

August 31st
JFK Library & Museum
Plimoth Plantation
The Discovery Museums
Mass Moca
Ecotarium

3 comments:

  1. What a great post, thank you. Wonderful suggestions with so many amazing activities. I'm writing many of them into my calendar as a reminder. Thank you!

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  2. Looove this!! Makes exploring the area so much for afforable!!!

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