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How to Enjoy Summer in Boston Like a Local

Boston is known for its distinct seasons and all four of them are wonderful in their own way! From the magical wintry landscape covered in glistening snow in January, to the vivid colors, fresh air and abundance of flowers in May, and the stunning fall foliage in October, we really have it all. But, summer is when the city truly shines and it’s no wonder that last year it took the top spot in the U.S. News & World Report’s list of “Best Summer Vacations in the USA”.


  1. Discover the Rich History and Picturesque Beaches of Massachusetts’ South Shore

    If you’re hosting an event in Boston during the summer months and looking for fresh ideas for post-event activities and extracurricular breaks, look no further than the South Shore of Massachusetts! This region is easily accessible via car, bus, train, and ferry and offers a plethora of activities, perfect for history buffs and nature lovers.

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  2. Massachusetts is the Leading State for Education in the U.S. for the Third Year in a Row

    Massachusetts has taken the top spot for education in the recently published U.S. News & World Report ranking the best states in the nation. The education category consists of two subcategories: higher education and Pre-K through the 12th grade and the scores is these subcategories are derived from metrics like college graduation rates, debt, college readiness, student test scores, and more.

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  3. Beacon Hill – 105 Acres of Colonial Charm

    Today, we continue our series about Boston’s distinct neighborhoods with one of its most historic and picturesque areas: Beacon Hill. Its charm and character exudes from the hilly, narrow streets, brick sidewalks, gas lights, and beautifully adorned front doors. Beacon Hill has over 10,000 residents, who fill in every nook and cranny of this neighborhood, and give it a sense of community and familiarity.

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