January Weather in Boston

What is the Weather in Boston in January

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This post is an overview of the January weather in Boston, including snow and precipitation forecasts, as well as tips on how to dress and things to do. If you’re visiting at the end of the month, look into weather in February too!

 


HOW COLD IS BOSTON IN JANUARY?

January in Boston tends to be very winter-like but with a few milder days.

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What is the Weather like in Boston during February?

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This post is an overview of the February weather in Boston, including snow and precipitation forecasts, as well as tips on how to dress and things to do.

 


HOW COLD IS BOSTON IN FEBRUARY?

February in Boston tends to be on the cold side, however, it can have some milder periods. Early in February, overnight and early morning low temperatures tend to be in the low to mid-20s F (-5 C) warming to the upper 20s F (-2 C) towards the end of the month.

 

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Best Travel Deals for Black Friday 2018

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This post will help you navigate through the myriad of discounts, specials and Black Friday deals for 2018 so you can continue to explore!Name Your Own Price Walking Tours

Keep in mind that our name your own price walking tours are always budget friendly in any of our cities and we have special blog posts to cover visiting on a budget or how to enter certain attractions for free with a tourist discount pass!

In addition to great savings on Black Friday, we’ll offer some Small Business Saturday savings to support local vendors we love, and keep an eye out through until next week for what some people are calling Travel Deal Tuesdays!

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Holiday Lights Tour of Boston

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Holiday window decoration at Holiday Lights tour with Free Tours by FootNothing is more special than Holiday time in New England. Jack Frost is nipping at your nose, stars shine brighter in the sky, chestnuts roast on an open fire, bell ringers herald the season and nothing tastes better than a hot chocolate.

Though this tour is self guided, we offer a variety of guided tours in Boston, even in the winter.

Our self guided tour takes us from Faneuil Hall’s Holiday Tree and its fabulous light and sound show to the window displays at Macy’s, shopping at Downtown Crossing, Boston’s official Christmas Tree and lights on Boston Common, the Commonwealth Avenue spectacular. The tour ends at Copley Square/Place shopping center (and the shops at the Prudential Center).  Stories, lights, carols, and shopping will all be part of the fun for adults and children alike.

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Things to do in Boston in December

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This post highlights the best things to do during the chilly month of December and has been updated for 2018. It includes sections on our top ten list as well as evening, free, and family-friendly activities. For even more ideas on how to spend your time in Boston, make sure to check out our master Things to do in Boston post.

BONUS: Be sure to also check out our 2018 Holiday Events in Boston post!

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Things to do in Boston in November

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This post covers the best things to do in Boston in November and has been updated for 2018. It includes sections on our top ten list, evening, free, and family-friendly activities. For even more ideas on how to explore Boston, make sure to check out our master Things to do in Boston post.

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Where Paul Revere, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams Are Buried

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This post is about Boston’s historic Granary Burial Ground, including a short history, who’s buried here, how to get here, and a short, self-guided tour. 

 

 


WHAT IS THE GRANARY BURIAL GROUND?

For history buffs and visitors, Boston has several historic cemeteries.  The most centrally located historic cemetery near Boston Common is the Granary Burial Ground, and it is worth exploring.

Boston’s Granary Burial Ground is the third oldest burial ground in the City of Boston and within lay the DNA of the American Revolution, including the graves of Paul Revere and Samual Adams. Read more »