With the end of the year fast approaching many of us have started to daydream about our summer plans. Whether those plans are to layout in the sun, layout on the couch watching TV or just laying out on your bed in air conditioning here are some interesting, and sometimes free, activities to do in the Salem and Boston area during the summer.
- During the summer the Hatch Shell in Boston hosts a series of free concerts which range from Beatles tribute bands, 80s hairbands and classical music.
- Catch a game at Fenway! Seeing a Red Sox game is always a great time and tickets start at $10! And if before the game you wanted to take a tour of Fenway Park tickets for that are $12 for students, just remember to bring your ID.
- At the MFA this summer there will be an exhibit displaying the actual Magna Carta, which was the basis for our revolution, July 2 -September 1.
- At the Franklin Park Zoo every first Saturday of the month from 10am-12pm all guests will be charged kids admission ( 11.95 at Franklin and 6.95 at Stone Zoo)
- In Salem this summer starting on June 12 there will be a farmer’s market every Thursday until October. Vendors will include artisan bread makers, several farms and vegetable sellers, and many other interesting vendors.
- Stop by the Salem Maritime in August to witness their annual Maritime Festival which will include music, exhibits, demonstrations and more.
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Hatch Shell Concert Schedule at the Boston Esplanade
Hatch Shell Concert Schedule at the Boston Esplanade, a venue made famous by the Boston Pops Orchestra concerts and later rock concerts.
The Salem Maritime Festival – Salem Maritime National Historic Site (U.S. National Park Service)
The Salem Maritime Festival