Four Must-See Winter Events in Boston

Looking to get out the house to enjoy some crisp Winter air? Or are you someone who enjoys indoor activities? We've pulled together four must-see Winter events coming to Boston that will satisfy anyone's craving!

November 29th - Frog Pond Skating Spectacular and Tree Lighting

Celebrate the holiday season and join The Skating Club of Boston for a FREE figure skating ice show featuring national and international competitors, synchronized skating, and Theatre on Ice! This year's production will star 3-Time United States Champion, World Silver Medalist and Olympic Medalist, Ashley Wagner! Read more about the event here.

November 30th-December 30th - Boston Ballet, The Nutcracker

The acclaimed Boston Ballet artistic director Mikko Nissinen's production of The Nutcracker returns this year. Working alongside costume and set designer Robert Perdziola, this all-new production of The Nutcracker received rave reviews on its debut in 2012, and is returning to the Boston Opera House for its sixth season! Buy your tickets here. I went for 15 years as a kid. I don't remember much but my mom says it was a fun time :D - Andrew

December 6th-25th - Boston Symphony, Holiday Pops

A performance filled with holiday music favorites, the traditional Pops sing-along, and a visit from Santa Claus himself! Started in 1973 by Boston Pops Conductor Arthur Fiedler, these concerts take place in the magical atmosphere of world-famous Symphony Hall that is beautifully decorated to evoke all the magic and charm of the season. Buy your tickets here.

February 8-9th - Red Bull Crashed Ice

Boston will experience an exhilarating sport unlike any other as Ice Cross Downhill makes its stadium debut at one of the most unique event locations in its history – Fenway. The event features some of the best and toughest skaters in the world, racing four at a time, shoulder-to-shoulder and reaching speeds of 50 mph, all while fighting it out for victory down a steep downhill ice track. Buy tickets for the event here. Not to be missed!