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Free Boston Fridays

With summer fast approaching are you looking for fun FREE things to do with your kids or even yourself this summer? The Highland Street Foundation puts together a list of 10 Fridays, and 10 Venues that are open to the public for FREE. That’s over 100 things to do for FREE this summer.  I found out about this list a few years ago from one of my patients. The venues include museums, parks, theaters, zoos and other historical sites that you can visit for FREE on that Friday! If you’re a big sports fan, the list includes: The Sports Museum at Boston Garden and The Hall at Patriot Place. My husband and I went to The Hall at Patriot Place on Superbowl Sunday this year and I was impressed with how fun it was. The museum is full of history, memorabilia and many interactive activities. This is a MUST see for any football fan! A few other venues include Boston Children’s Museum, Franklin Park Zoo, Museum of Fine Arts- Boston, Peabody Essex Museum, Plimoth Plantation, and Old Sturbridge Village. Be sure to take a look at the list and get ready for some summer fun! This is the 10th anniversary of this fun, 100% free event!



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