Boston is the place to be for the Thanksgiving holiday. What better time than now to start a new family tradition. Here’s just few ways you can celebrate Thanksgiving in Boston this year, and all the years to come.
Dine at Some of Boston’s Finest
Many Boston restaurants will be serving Thanksgiving classics while others will branch out into unique meals. So, if you don’t have the motivation to cook dinner this year or turkey just instead your thing – treat yourself to a tasty dinner out on the town. Russle House Tavern, PARK, Grafton Street Pub & Grill and Temple Bar are all restaurants that come highly recommended for Thanksgiving in Boston. Make a reservation today and spend your holiday in good company with good food and little stress.
Relax at a Ski Resort
Did you know that there are several ski resorts and slopes not far from downtown Boston? Killington, Stowe Mountain Resort, Loon Mountain, Bretton Woods, Sunday River, Sugarbush, Wachusett Mountain, Jiminy Peake, Waterville Valley and Sugarloaf are all New England ski resorts that are open for business and perfect for a holiday get away. Spend several days out in the cold, then relax on Thanksgiving by cozying up in your charming resort. Make the trip once and its sure to become your favorite Thanksgiving tradition.
Marvel in the Zoolights
Thanksgiving ends so that Christmas can begin. Welcome in the new season at Stone Zoo when Zoolights opens on Thanksgiving Day. Stroll along tree-lined paths that are lit with thousands of twinkling lights. Stop to see Santa and his reindeer in Santa’s Castle. This winter wonderland will leave you in awe and full of the Christmas spirit. It’s the perfect after-dinner adventure, so you can celebrate both Thanksgiving and Christmas in the same day.
Try something this year and spend your Thanksgiving in Boston outside of your home. No matter how you choose to spend your holiday, be sure to fill it with love and gratefulness.