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A Guide to Boston’s 2023 Holiday Lighting Events

A Guide to Boston’s 2023 Holiday Lighting Events-The Celebrations Start This Week! I love this time of the year :) I hope you are able to enjoy some of the below with your friends and family!

North End TrellisNovember 20, 5pm. The blue lights on the trellis in Christopher Columbus Park are a holiday and winter favorite. Take a walk under the trellis and enjoy some cookies and hot chocolate! 


Faneuil Hall Marketplace: November 21, 4-7pm. Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market will again have an outdoor tree. Last year's tree was a stunner with a great lighting show. Santa makes an appearance, and you can enjoy a beer from the Sam Adams Boston Tap Room 


Martin's Park: November 25, 4-6pm. The big ship in Martin's Park will once again be lit this year. The kids love this one as you can climb on the ship and through this wonderful park honoring the memory of Martin Richard. 


  Boston Common Tree & Lights: November 30, 6-8pm. This is Boston's big tree lighting event with live performances, fireworks and the big tree from our friends in Nova Scotia. The lights go on at 7:55pm. All of the colorful Boston Common lights get flipped on as well and you can ice skate under the lights in the Frog Pond. 


 Commonwealth Avenue Mall: November 30, little after 8pm. The elegant Comm Ave lights are also lit on November 30. Walking the mall under the lights is nothing short of magical, especially in the snow. 


 Seaport: December 1, 5-9pm. The Light Up Seaport lighting event includes live music, treats and give aways. The Snowport market is back again along with a huge tree.

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