Things to do in Boston this weekend include: Winter Weekends at Appleton Farms, Visit the New Hampshire Ice Castles, Crafternoons on Zoom, and more!

Know of anything else going on this weekend? Leave a comment and let us know!

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FRIDAY

Visit the New Hampshire Ice Castles

What: Explore caverns and tunnels made entirely from ice at New Hampshire Ice Castles! This family-friendly attraction is built by hand using only water, icicles, and features an ice-carved slide, canyons and crawl spaces, thrones, and more. Be sure to reserve your tickets in advance. 

Where: New Hampshire Ice Castles, 24 Clark Farm Rd, North Woodstock, NH

When: Open now until February 27th

How Much: Weekend general admission is $24.99 for adults, children ages 4-11 are $19.99

 

Crafternoons on Zoom

What: Multiple times a week, your kids can enjoy crafting using everyday household items to create projects that can be modified for all ages.

Where: Zoom

When: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 4 PM – 5:30 PM

How Much: $10 a kid

 

Boston Public Market Outdoor Market Pop-up

What: Enjoy the year-round marketplace with fresh food from local vendors. The market supports more than 30 small businesses from the Boston area.

Where: Boston Public Market, 100 Hanover Street, Boston, MA

When: Wednesday – Saturday from 8 AM – 6 PM

How Much: Free to enter, pay as you go

 

Drive-in Movie: Star Wars Episode 2

What: Come park, eat and watch an outdoor movie this weekend. Each week, Craft Food Hall Project will display weekly drive-in screenings of your favorite hit movies.

Where: Craft Food Hall Project, CityPoint, 200 5th Avenue, Waltham

When: Friday, January 22 from 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM 

How Much: $20

 

SATURDAY

Winter Weekends at Appleton Farms

What: Every weekend, the farm at Appleton Farms will be filled with a number of activities and opportunities to explore the property and socialize in a safe, socially-distant manner. Food and fire pit picnic hours are a great way to spend the weekend with your family.

Where: 219 County Road, Hamilton & Ipswich

When: Sunday, January 24th from 12-4 PM

How Much: The parking fee is $10 on weekends for nonmembers, however, Trustees members always park for free.

 

MassArt Made Virtual Holiday Market

What: Shop for local gifts in the MassArt Made Virtual Holiday Market, an online showcase of student and alumni work.

Where: Virtual

When: Live now until February 15th

How Much: Free

 

Outdoor Dining at Bow Market

What: Bow Market offers pizza, Mexican food options, and natural wines. You can also reserve fire pits for $5 to snuggle up and enjoy the atmosphere.

Where: 1 Bow Market Way, Sommerville, MA

When: Daily from 12 PM – 9 PM

How Much: Free to enter

 

SUNDAY

PhotoWalks Guided Tour of Boston

What: Explore Boston from a new angle with PhotoWalks, a creative guided photography, and history walking tour.

Where: Brewery Fountain at the Boston Common, Tremont Street

When: Sunday, January 24th from 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM

How Much: Tickets range from $40 – $50

 

Igloos at the Envoy Hotel

What: With some of the best views in Boston, the Envoy Hotel is hosting its winter igloos experience. These igloos include mounted heaters to keep you warm, and the roof deck’s beverage-only bar includes craft cocktails, beers, and wine.

Where: 70 Sleeper Street, Boston

When: Daily from 4 PM till 12 AM

How Much: Free to reserve, reservations required in advance

 

Know of any other fun things to do in Boston this week? Tell us about them by commenting below.