Visit Boston January

Boston Winter | Theater, Skiing, Snowfall, Museums, Restaurants  February 5, 2015 – 05:41 pm
Best Things to Do in Boston in January - Boston Activities

When a soft snowfall flutters down on Boston's Beacon Hill, the heart can't help but be filled with romance. The lamplit streets and cobblestone alleys create a picture postcard of New England that you'll cherish forever. And if you wish to explore outside of Boston city limits, a stay at a Bed & Breakfast in any wintry colonial town is the perfect winter getaway.

Of course, the winter season in Boston Massachusetts is not just for couples. There's plenty to do in town for everyone: Educational museums, thrilling theaters, and delightful dining abound.

Over in the North End, the TD BankNorth Garden is the place for sports fans in winter-both the Bruins and Celtics play here. New England has some of the best Massachusetts ski resorts, many within a short drive of Boston.

That's Boston in the winter. Come discover the beauty and warmth of the season.

Winter Weather

Month Avg High Avg Low Avg Precipitation
December 42° 28° 3.9"
January 37° 22° 3"
February 39° 24° 3.4"

Temperatures are farenheit

What to Wear:

Bostonians dress smartly and simply. It's cold and often snows. Full winter gear is a must.

Day: If you're touring, you'll want comfy sneakers or waterproof boots. Most tourist venues don't have dress codes, but check to be sure.

Evening: Consider your agenda; the theater tends to be dressier and some upscale restaurants require jackets.


Address of Timothy Bigelow: At the fraternal visit of the Crystal Fount Division of the S. of T., No. 16, of Boston : delivered January 15, 1875
Book (J. Wilson)

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I lived on Cape Ann years ago but still visit Boston every 2 or 3 years. My advice is concentrate on where to live first. Seeing all the wonderful areas and the incredible history and amazing eateries can be savored after you live there. I just returned from a 3 day weekend there in January, and my personal choice would be Somerville if I had to move to Boston tomorrow. Boston has great transportation that is aasy to use, buy a pass (subway/bus combo) when you get there, parking is expensive as you may know. Do not discount the idea of getting a room/rooms in a private home, which might afford you a nicer area to live in with a smaller area to care for

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