The Boston Globe has come out with a list of 25 fun things to do in Boston for under $25. Though some of the things listed might seem obvious, there are other events that might surprise you. Here’s an excerpt from the entry about going to a Celtics game.
With baseball season at a close, it’s time to cheer on Boston’s basketball team, the Boston Celtics. Try to snag $10 balcony seats, where you can enjoy the game from high above and see all of the action. For a look at the complete Celtics schedule, visit the Celtics website.
This is an excerpt from the entry about skating on Frog Pond.
Test your ice skating skills on America’s oldest public park’s ice skating rink. Frog Pond skating will open on Nov. 15 at 5:30 p.m. and is open from November to mid-March. Mayor Thomas Menino will host this year’s opening ceremonies with special demonstrations by champion figure skaters and precision pairs and skating teams. Glide alongside local residents or visitors as you train for Olympic gold or just enjoy a romantic evening out with your special someone. Admission is $4 per person, and children under 13 are free. Skate rentals are $8 and $5 for children under 13.
Here is an excerpt from the entry about the International Fine Arts Show.
Now is the time to brush up on your contemporary and traditional fine art knowledge when you visit the Boston International Fine Art Show on Nov. 15-18. Guests will be able to browse over 40 galleries from the United States and Europe including paintings, works on paper, sculpture, photography, fine prints, mixed media, studio furniture, and glass and ceramics at the Boston Center for the Arts in the South End. Enjoy the fine food, delicious wine, festive music, and of course the wonderful selection of fine art. Weekend show admission is $12 at the door, and children under 12 are free.
You can see the rest of the 25 things to do in Boston at Boston.com