We can still have some mild days in November great for walking around some of Boston's neighborhoods. The strolls may entice you into visiting a few open houses and that might lead you into thinking about buying a Boston condominium. Who knows you might even find yourself entering the real estate market before the year's end! While your considering your next move, take advantage of some of the free or almost free activities in and around Boston and you'll be sold on the benefits of city life!
(1) Tour the State House:
Tours last approximately 30-45 minutes and include an overview of the history and architecture of the State Capitol. Weekdays from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Closed on weekends and holidays.
(2) Climb Bunker Hill Monument:
Climb the 294 steps to the top of the Monument for great views of Boston. Daily: 9 am - 5 pm. Monument closes to climbing at 4:30pm.
(3) Visit The Museum of Fine Arts:
With approximately 450,000 objects in the collection, there's always something new on view. No general admission fee required every WEDNESDAY, 4 pm - 9:45 pm.
WEDNESDAY night only
(4) Visit The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston:
Enjoy the stimulation of contemporary culture at their new waterfront location. No general admission fee required every THURSDAY, 5 pm - 9:00 pm. Every THURSDAY night
(5) Ride the Ferry:
Take the ferry from Long Wharf to the Charlestown Navy Yard to visit the USS Constitution $.70 each way. Free guided tours of the USS Constitution.
So is that enough to convince you? Is the cost of living in one of Boston's exciting neighborhoods of value to you or would you rather drive in or take the "T" into the city to enjoy its available activiies?
Want to give a look at this week's Open Houses? Visit our site for a compelte list: Search Boston/ Open Houses