The Bristol Lounge at the Four Seasons Boston will host its annual Teddy Bear Tea featuring a festive holiday celebration.
Costumed tour guides in 19th century Dickensian garb lead visitors along the historic Freedom Trail. Revisit the days when Boston hosted the triumphant American premiere of Charles Dickens’s holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol.” Hear how the story of how Christmas and holiday traditions evolved in Boston and the American Revolution.
Keith Lockhart, guest conductors and the Boston Pops invite you to experience a magical holiday season celebration at historic Symphony Hall. All concerts include the traditional Pops sing-a-long and a visit from jolly old Santa Claus.
This is a light and sound extravaganza occurring every night at 7:30 p.m. This light show uses over 350,000 LED lights to illuminate Boston’s skyline to the song stylings of the Holiday Pops.
Costumed tour guides lead visitors along the historic Freedom Trail. Revisit the days when Boston hosted the triumphant American premiere of Charles Dickens holiday classic A Christmas Carol. Round off the tour with hot chocolate, tea or wine, and the famous Boston Cream Pie at the Omni Parker House.
Downtown’s largest holiday market selling original arts and crafts handmade by local artisans: artisan foods, jewelry, fine art, photography and mixed media, fiber arts, clothing, glass, woodworks, metalworks and more.
ZooLights promises to dazzle visitors of all ages. Stroll through a winter wonderland of tree-lined paths lit by thousands of twinkling lights and the festively decorated Yukon Creek, home to bald eagles, North American porcupines, reindeer and arctic foxes. Meet Stone Zoo’s reindeer up close during nightly photo opportunities.