‘Tis the Season for Holiday Lights in Boston

‘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

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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.

Boston Common

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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.

Seaport Lights

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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.

Liberty Hotel

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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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