‘Tis the season for family, friends, merriment, and lights. Curbed Boston recently released their list of where to see lights in Boston. Here is a round up of my top picks.
Commonwealth Avenue Mall
Nothing quite conjures up the holiday spirit like a stroll up to the Commonwealth Avenue Mall to check out the illuminated lights strung among the trees. It is quintessential Boston and utterly charming.
Each year, Boston receives a tree as a gift from Nova Scotia. As the tree is lit, the Common is transformed into a winter wonderland of lights and decorations. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can take skate Frog Pond and warm up with a hot chocolate after.
The Seaport has partnered with Canadian art production company Creos and architectural firm KANVA on “Entre les rangs,” a twinkling collection of 28,000 handmade white crystalline stems topped with white reflectors that will be displayed on Seaport Common from Monday, Dec. 9 through Feb. 2, 2020. It truly is a sight to see.
End your night at the Liberty Hotel so you can view the spectacular upside-down Christmas trees in the lobby featuring 1,500 holiday tree lights, 730 tiny-cluster ornaments, and 60 yards of bronze sheer ribbon.
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