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    • 5 Unique Things to Do in Boston

      5 Unique Things to Do in Boston

      Boston may be known for its famous clam chowder, the Boston Marathon, the bar from Cheers, baseball (the Red Sox), Fenway Park, its rich history, and that it was the birthplace of the American Revolution. But take some time to go beyond what you know about Boston and discover these 5 unique Boston experiences. 1. Italian Dinner with Tiramisu Finale Cooking Class Italian Cooking Class - Courtesy of Fever Now – January 2023 Thurs - Sun at 19 Kingston StreetDuration: 3 hours Cost: $100 Everyone loves to eat Italian food, but learning how to cook it from scratch is just as much fun! Few are better to teach you and your friends the ins and outs of pasta than Chef Rudy Donalson, who has over 15 years of restaurant experience in the North End, Boston’s Italian district. In this fun-filled cooking class in the heart of downtown Boston, you’ll make a multicourse meal featuring Italian favorites. Saving the best for last, the classic Italian tiramisu will end an unforgettable night filled with laughter, smiles, and good food. Get Tickets for the Italian Dinner Experience 2. Boston Whale Watching Whale watching Boston - Courtesy of Fever NOW – October 13, 2022 at Long Wharf, BostonDuration: 3 hours and 30 minutesCost: $48 - $72 - all ages welcome Boston's ONLY Whale Watch on a high-speed catamaran. They will get you to and from the whales in half the time, which allows you more time to watch the whales! Set sail for the whale watch experience of a lifetime. Destination: Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary, a rich feeding ground for whales, dolphins, sea birds and other marine creatures. You’ll have a good chance to view several different species of large whales, including humpbacks, finbacks, minkes, pilot whales and the critically endangered right whales. Get Tickets for the Boston Whale Watching Experience 3. North End Pizza Tour Pizza Tour - Courtesy of Fever NOW – End of November, 2022 at Boston Pizza Tours Meeting PointDuration: 2 hours and 30 minutesCost: $49 Easily digestible Boston history and award-winning food? You'll wanna make sure you get a slice of the action. The crew at North End Pizza Tours know that education is worst-served to those with empty stomachs. Enjoy a pizza-powered guided tour around Boston's oldest neighborhood. Visit five history-laden Freedom Trail sites including the oldest home and church in Boston and watch old-world chocolatiers work their tasty magic inside a 300-year-old home. Get Tickets for the North End Pizza Tour Experience 4. Candlelight: A Tribute to Beyoncé Candlelight - Courtesy of Fever November 18, 2022 at Old South ChurchDuration: 60 minutes (doors open 45 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted)Cost: $30 - $60 - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in Boston. Get your tickets now to discover the music from Beyoncé by Listeso String Quartet at Old South Church under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for the Candlelight: A Tribute to Beyoncé 5. Wicked Wine & Seltzer Fest Wicked Wine & Seltzer Fest - Courtesy of Fever November 12, 2022 at Revere Hotel Boston CommonDuration: depends what time you purchase your ticket for Cost: $35 - $59 - 21+ with valid ID Celebrate the best season in the best city with Boston's Wicked Wine and Seltzer Fest! Ring in the Fall with delicious wines and tasty seltzers. Enjoy music from a live DJ, take part in corn hole and other games, and even enter a tasting contest! There will also be a silent auction to benefit Project Smile! All guests will be entered to win a door prize giveaway with items valued at over $1,000! What better way to spend a Saturday? Get Tickets for the Wicked Wine & Seltzer Fest Note: If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission from our partners - thank you!

    • 5 Unique Things to Do in Los Angeles

      5 Unique Things to Do in Los Angeles

      Los Angeles is known as “City of Angels” or the "Entertainment Capital" is known for world-class museums, championship sports teams, beautiful beaches and one-of-a-kind culinary experiences. Travel beyond these typical tourist activities and enjoy 5 unique Los Angeles experiences. 1. Haunt O' Ween LA: The Biggest Family Halloween Experience Haunt O' Ween LA - Courtesy of nbclosangeles.com September 30 – October 31, 2022 at 6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland HillsDuration: there is no time limit - spend as much time as you'd like!Cost: $40 - $70 - all ages welcome. Children under the age of 2 go free Enjoy every Halloween activity in one expansive family-fun adventure.Go trick-or-treating in the Town of Haunt O' Ween, wander through the streets of Ghoul City, visit the Farm House, venture into the Hidden Hollows…Explore over 200,000 sq ft. full of performances, games, decorations, photo ops, rides, and more immersive entertainment. Take part in a dance-off in the spooktacular Beyond the Grave Rave or jump the sugar off in multiple custom bounce houses & inflatable slides. Make your own potions at the Moonlight Magic DIY Potion Bar. Participate in an exclusive “Daniel Spellbound” experience hidden within the adventure. Enjoy a wide selection of food & beverage, including adult treats! Get Tickets for the Haunt O' Ween LA Experience 2. Flutter: A Multi-sensory Immersive Experience Flutter Experience - Courtesy of Flutter Now – End of 2022 at Flutter, 217 S La Brea, L.A.Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutesCost: $35 - $90 - all ages welcome Need an escape? Make your way to flutter! Rated as America’s number one art experience, enjoy the one-of-a-kind immersive adventure where art and happiness meet. Flutter has brought incredible artists together to transform 14 rooms into spaces that will inspire you to play, create, imagine, and explore. Let the guide take you through the multi-room experience with a different sensation and adventure in each art-filled space. From projection mapping and virtual reality to painting and dancing, there is something around every corner to stimulate your mind. If a museum and a playground had a baby, it would be flutter! Get Tickets for the Flutter Experience 3. Candlelight Día De Los Muertos: Celebrating the Day of the Dead Candlelight - Courtesy of Fever November 1, 2022 at Ovation Square Long BeachDuration: 60 minutes (doors open 45 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted)Cost: $35 - $70 - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in Los Angeles. Get your tickets now to discover the music from traditional songs to music from Disney Pixar’s Coco by Divisi String Quartet at Ovation Square Long Beach under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for the Candlelight Día De Los Muertos Experience 4. 2nd Annual Long Beach Oktoberfest Octoberfest Longbeach - Courtesy of Fever Now – October 9, 2022 Friday thru Sundays at 855 Elm Ave, Long BeachDuration: there is no time limit - spend as much time as you'd like!Cost: $20 - $125 - 21+ with valid ID on Fridays. All ages are welcome on Saturdays and Sundays. Children ages 14 and under enter free of charge It’s Long Beach’s second annual Oktoberfest extravaganza! Celebrate all things German with authentic Bavarian beer, delicious food, and more. The world-famous Festmeister Hans und Die Sauerkrauts will command the stage with music, performances, and games. And don't forget to don your Lederhosen or Dirndl as dressing up for the event is highly encouraged. The brats and beverages are waiting for you! Get Tickets for the Long Beach Oktoberfest 5. House of Spirits: Vaughan Hall House of Spirits: Vaughan Hall - Courtesy of Fever October 15 – October 31, 2022 Mondays & Thursdays thru Sundays at Casa Vertigo, Los AngelesDuration: 2 hours. Pre-show lounge opens 45 minutes before your scheduled show time. Cost: $65 - $101 - 21+ with valid ID - You are encouraged to dress up for the evening, be it in costume, cocktail attire, or your favorite time-period clothing! This is an immersive theatrical cocktail soirée, where adults do Halloween in a haunted mansion. Enjoy miniature craft cocktails and enjoy a night of macabre magic, tarot readings, strange roaming specters, secret games. There is a dark legend surrounding Vaughan Hall, but the truth behind the legend is far more disturbing. You will have 2 hours to savor a flight of miniature craft cocktails, sample darkly decadent chocolate truffles, and unravel the mystery to learn the sinister truth behind the demise of the Vaughan clan. The characters and themes of House of Spirits: Vaughan Hall are loosely based on the famous haunting of Loftus Hall in Ireland. The show also touches on Irish folklore and myths throughout the centuries. Get Tickets for House of Spirits: Vaughan Hall Note: If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission from our partners - thank you!

    • 5 Unique Things to Do in Chicago

      5 Unique Things to Do in Chicago

      Chicago known as “The Windy City” is a city that known for its jaw-dropping architecture, vibrant music scene, amazing food, — including deep-dish pizza — and iconic neighborhoods! Travel beyond the typical tourist sites to these 5 unique Chicago experiences. Note: If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission from our partners - thank you! 1. Louvre Fantastique: The Exhibition Courtesy of Fever Now thru Sept. 18 Thursday - Sunday at 2120 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook - lower level of the old Sears buildingDuration: 90 minutesCost: $20 - $38 All ages are welcomeIn this exhibition, you will have a chance to see over 70 masterpieces from the Louvre's™ priceless collection! Watch as these masterpieces come to life with three-dimensional recreations, projection mapping, augmented reality, and hands-on interactive features. Exhibit goers can experience the magic of the Louvre™ and its timeless art in an entirely new and dynamic way. Walk through the annals of art history, reimagined! Get Tickets for this Louvre Fantastique Experience 2. Chicago Loop Secret Food Tour Courtesy of Fever Various dates starting at 521 S Dearborn St, Millennium ParkDuration: 3 hoursCost: $87 - 18 and olderJoin this 3-hour tour of Chicago's food scene, and see what sets this friendly mid-western metropolis apart. On this tour of the 'Chicago Loop', a local guide will share with you some hidden gems and great stories about the city. Taste where the world-famous dipped Italian beef sandwich was invented, try some of the best deep dish Chicago pizza. Really appreciate how important the immigrants that built this town are to the food scene. Get Tickets for this Chicago Food Experience 3. Sinatra Under the Stars Courtesy of Fever Sundays, September 11 & 25th 6:30pm & 8:30pm at Aire Rooftop at the Hyatt Centric The Loop Hotel or Guild RowDuration: 65 minutesCost: $55 - 21+ with valid IDSinatra Under the Stars will transport you back to a time when Sinatra reigned the scene. Enjoy a classic cocktail under the stars and melt away “those little town blues.” Don’t miss this evening of classic jazz with a touch of some hot takes on contemporary songs performed by some of Chicago’s brightest talents. Sit back and relax to the sounds of Sinatra at two of the best venues that Chicago has to offer! Get Tickets for this Sinatra Experience 4. Candlelight: A Tribute to Adele Courtesy of Fever September 28 at 6:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. at Stan MansionDuration: 65 minutes (doors open 45 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted) - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adultCost: $28-$55 Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in Chicago. Get your tickets now to discover the music of Adele by the Metropolis String Quartet at Stan Mansion under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for this Adele Candlelight Experience 5. Harry Potter™: Magic at Play Harry Potter™: Magic at Play - Courtesy of Fever Starting November 11, 2022 – May 14, 2023 at Water Tower Place, 835 N. Michigan AveDuration: 60 minutesCost: $34 - $68 All ages are welcome, children ages 2 and under enter freeHarry Potter™: Magic at Play is a one-of-a-kind experience that brings the Wizarding World to life through hands-on magical moments and active play for witches and wizards of all ages. Explore three floors of fun inspired by Harry’s adventures in discovering the Wizarding World. Journey from Privet Drive to Platform 9 ¾™, discover and represent your Hogwarts™ house, make your own magic in Hogwarts™ classes, find your position on the Quidditch™ team, and so much more! Get Tickets for this Harry Potter Experience

    • 5 Unique Things to Do in Atlanta

      5 Unique Things to Do in Atlanta

      Atlanta known as “Hot ‘Lanta” is home to CNN, The World of Coca-Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium and the National Center for Civil & Human Rights! Travel beyond these typical tourist sites to 5 unique Atlanta experiences. Note: If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission from our partners - thank you! 1. The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience Courtesy of Fever Now thru Sept. 25th Wednesday - Sunday at Building 1, Pullman YardsDuration: 90 minutesCost: $45 - $124 - 16+ with valid ID; guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult Your presence is requested at the most exclusive ball of the season! With this Bridgerton ball, now is your chance to secure your invitation to an immersive experience transporting you straight to the Regency era. Prepare to mingle with other members of the Ton as you sip on cocktails and partake in an evening of music and dance. Rumour has it that Her Majesty Queen Charlotte is looking for the diamond of the season, but will you be the one to win her favour? Get Tickets for this Bridgerton Experience 2. Find the Dinner: Surprise dinner in a restaurant! Courtesy of Fever Anytime at a surprise restaurant! The chauffeur will drive you there.Duration: 2 - 3 hoursCost: $159 - $209 - 21+ with valid ID If you're a foodie who loves a good surprise, this plan was made for you. Wegame presents its catalog of Find the Dinner experience packs, from Find the Gourmet to Find the Deluxe. Let them guide you, with transport included, to a surprise restaurant in your city. This gastronomic experience will be adapted to your tastes and preferences, so you're sure to leave with a good taste in your mouth. Get Tickets for this Surprise Dinner Experience 3. Candlelight: The Best of Frank Sinatra & Nat King Cole Courtesy of Fever September 28th 6:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m at Magnolia HallDuration: 65 minutes (doors open 45 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted) - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adultCost: $35-$50 Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in Atlanta. Get your tickets now to discover the music of Frank Sinatra & Nat King Cole by PureSoul Atlanta at Magnolia Hall under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for this Candlelight Experience 4. Sleepy Hollow Bar: A Spectral Cocktail Experience Courtesy of Fever Starting September 16 - October 16 & 31st Thursday through Sunday at Underground AtlantaDuration: 1 hour and 30 minutes Cost: $65 - includes 3 cocktails - 21+ with valid ID Our Sleepy Hollow experience welcomes you! Your presence is requested in the Western Woods, where they say no sane person should go. You will find a clearing under the moonlit sky: a spot hidden in the woods overflowing with cocktails, dark music, merriment, and life! As our guest on the night of the Harvest Festival, we welcome you to enter our tavern and enjoy three gothic drinks. We fine folk may have a gift for you here, as well as games of yore to enjoy at your leisure... you may even experience the rare touch of an eerie witch. You’ve probably heard the Hollow is a place where blood runs cold, haunted by a warrior without a head and bathed in red. But please, worry for naught! What awaits you is an eve of fantastical joy in the woodlands that are yours to explore! Get Tickets for this Sleepy Hollow Experience 5. Illuminarium Atlanta Courtesy of Fever Monday through Sunday at Illuminarium, AtlantaDuration: as long or short as you like Cost: $25 - all ages are welcome Illuminarium Atlanta offers the best artistic experiences with the help of the latest tech to guarantee family fun! Come visit three of the amazing exhibitions at Illuminarium Atlanta with this cultural bundle pack. From the astonishing paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe to the deep wonders of SPACE, passing through the long rabbit hole in Wonderland, there's sure to be fun and learning for everyone. Combination Fit 25 Admission for 1 - includes admission for SPACE, Waking Wonderland, or O'Keeffe Get Tickets for this Illuminarium Atlanta Experience

    • 5 Unique Things to Do in New York City

      5 Unique Things to Do in New York City

      New York City the “The City that Never Sleeps” is a city that needs no introduction, of course. The Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Museum of Natural History, the Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Empire State Building and broadway are all staples of a NYC visit. If you are looking for something different then the regular tourist stops New York has that too! Check out these 5 unique NYC experiences. Note: If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission from our partners - thank you! 1. The Fluffy Cloud: An Immersive Music & Lightshow Photo courtesy of feverup.com September 24th, 2022 8 p.m. – 2 a.m. at Under the KDuration: 6 hoursCost: $80 - 21+ with valid ID The Fluffy Cloud Experience is more than a concert: it is a radical rethinking of what a live music and arts experience can—and should—be. Experience the world's only 360 degree overhead immersive sound system and lightshow featuring some of the world's best electronic dance music artists. It has stunning special effects, live music, interactive art and games, wellness experiences, food, drinks...and, of course, the show’s centerpiece, The Fluffy Cloud itself. Towering 3 stories high, this act of artistic lunacy offers more than meets the eye. Behind its fluffy exterior, 33,000 LEDs and an unprecedented 360-degree 60,000 watt sound system roars over guests’ heads, creating a one-of-a-kind immersive space where you are not so much listening to sound, but being bathed by it. Capable of hitting frequencies 30% lower than any other sound system on the market, it's hard to explain such a unique experience in writing—you just have to see it (and feel it) for yourself! Get Tickets for The Fluffy Cloud 2. The FRIENDS™ Experience: The One in New York City Photo courtesy of feverup.com Starting August 2022 Wednesdays–Sundays at 130 E 23rd St, New York City, NYDuration: 60 minutes Cost: $50 - $65 Children ages 3and under enter free Step inside the world of FRIENDS™! With two floors of immersive experiences, it’s the ultimate experience for FRIENDS™ fans. You can pose on the iconic orange couch, sit at Monica & Rachel’s kitchen table, kick back and relax in Joey and Chandler’s comfy chairs, Dance in front of the fountain and so much more. Get Tickets for the FRIENDS™ Experience 3. Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience Photo courtesy of feverup.com October - December Mondays–Sundays, 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. in the woods of Franklin D. Roosevelt State ParkDuration: 60–90 minutes (the walking trail will take approx. 45–75 minutes)Cost: $45 - $56 Children ages 4 and under enter free As the days get shorter and the nights grow longer, enchanting creatures and magical beasts inspired by the Wizarding World come to life in a spellbinding Forbidden Forest. Now is your chance to see these curious inhabitants illuminated! Embark on a bewitching journey through a misty forest trail full of magic and wonder, and discover unexpected surprises around every corner. Ready your wand and cast spells, come face-to-face with Hippogriffs and Centaurs, and experience breathtaking moments based on scenes from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films. After all the excitement, an enchanting village will welcome you with warm food and a blazing fire. Don't miss this opportunity to step foot into our experience inspired by the wizarding world. Get Tickets for this Harry Potter Experience 4. Candlelight: A Tribute to Adele Photo courtesy of feverup.com September 16 at 6:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity ChurchDuration: 65 minutes (doors open 60 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted) - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adultCost: $45 -$65 Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in New York City. Get your tickets now to discover the music of Adele by the Highline String Quartet at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for this Candlelight Concert 5. The Fans Strike Back: The Largest Star Wars Fan Exhibition Photo courtesy of feverup.com Sunday through Monday starting August - September 2022 at 526 6th Avenue Duration: 60 minutes all ages welcome, however the VR experience is designed only for ages 14 and aboveCost: $45 -$65 The Empire had its chance; this time, The Fans Strike Back! Get ready for the largest exhibition in the saga of fan-made Star Wars events. You’ll find photos, posters, costumes, figures, and models of different types and sizes—all official objects bought by Star Wars fans. There will also be a green chroma to take pictures in the Star Wars universe. It’s a perfect plan for the whole family, from the youngest Padawan to the wisest Jedi master! Get Tickets for The Fans Strike Back

    • 5 Unique Things to Do in Nashville

      5 Unique Things to Do in Nashville

      Of course you know Nashville as the "Music City" and that most people come here for the music and all the bars/restaurants on Broadway. But if you are looking for some truly unique experiences check out these events below. From candlelight concerts, Halloween themed cocktail experiences to ghost walking tours - Nashville has it all coming in the next few months. Note: If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission from our partners - thank you! 1. Candlelight Concert: A Tribute to Beyoncé Candlelight Concert September 28 at 6:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at ClementineDuration: 65 minutes (doors open 60 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted) - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adultCost: $45 -$50 Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to the Clementine. Get your tickets now to discover the music of Beyoncé played by the Listeso String Quartet under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for this Candlelight Concert 2. The Boozy Cauldron Tavern: A Magical Cocktail Experience Boozy Cauldron - Courtesy Fever August 26–27, 2022 at Studio 615Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes - 21+ with valid IDCost: $55 - includes entry to the experience & 4 signature cocktails The Boozy Cauldron Tavern is popping up in Nashville for a 4-part cocktail experience led by Professor Dolohov Draven and his top students. You will be taken on a magical journey where you can imbibe on the four delicious signature cocktails (including the Tavern’s Famous Butternilla Brew) and hear and feel the stories surrounding the famous tavern and the ghosts that still haunt the establishment. Be quick to head over, for the Boozy Cauldron travels the nation and only appears for a limited time in select cities; after its last day, the portal closes and the Tavern disappears! Get Tickets for The Booze Cualdron Tavern 3. House of Spirits: Casa Vega - A Haunted Cocktail Soirée House of Spirits - Courtesy of Fever October 7–31 Thur - Sun & Monday 31st at a secret mansion in NashvilleDuration: 2 hours. - 21+ with valid IDCost: $79 - $99 based on ticket level Freely roam an open-world cocktail party at Casa Vega, the haunted home of Francisco and Molly Vega. After the mysterious death of their child Little Magpie, Francisco and Molly find themselves tormented by a strange entity that haunts the shadows of their home. You will have 2 hours at Casa Vega to savor a flight of miniature craft cocktails, sample darkly decadent chocolate truffles, and get immersed in the chilling lore. House of Spirits: Casa Vega is loosely based on real-life inspirations, including Spanish painter Francisco Goya, his famous Black Paintings, and several other Spanish folktales throughout the centuries. You encouraged to dress up for the evening, be it in costume, cocktail attire, or your favorite time-period clothing! Be sure to check out the magic, tarot readings, strange roaming specters, live music, secret games and ask the Giant Ouija Board questions! You can also go to the pre-show lounge for additional cocktails, wine, water, soda and food available for purchase, open all night. Get Tickets for House of Spirits 4. Candlelight Concert: A Haunted Evening of Halloween Classics Candlelight Concert October 28 at 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at The ParthenonDuration: 65 minutes (doors open 60 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted) - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adultCost: $45 -$50 Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in Nashville. Get your tickets now to discover Halloween inspired music at The Parthenon under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for this Candlelight Concert 5. The Ghosts of Nashville Walking Tour Ghost Walking Tour - Courtesy of Fever Various dates available - Depart at Alvin York StatueDuration: 1 hour - all ages welcomeCost: $55 - includes entry to the experience & 4 signature cocktails The Ghosts of Nashville Tour is perfect for the entire family. This tour is very historical, focusing on the hauntings of the Civil War and how Nashville later became the “Music City''. This tour begins at the Tennessee State Capitol and will visit 7-8 haunted historical locations. You'll hear about ghosts, demons, and a few murders - some dating back over 200 years! Get Tickets for this tour

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    Best Under-the-Radar Art Destinations in the US

    Cities like Miami, New York and Los Angeles are go-to destinations for art enthusiasts, however, there are tons of other hidden gem cities around the U.S. that people don’t commonly associate with world-class art. Grand Rapids, MI The Jim Henson Exhibition - Courtesy of the GRAM While Detroit typically gets all the street cred for art in Michigan, Grand Rapids boasts some of the coolest museums for art lovers, including the Grand Rapids Art Museum, with 6,000 permanent objects including work from Andy Warhol and Picasso, and the picturesque Frederik Meier Gardens & Sculpture Park. Plus, the hotels in the city’s Hotel District boast over-the-top collections as well, like the historic Amway Grand Plaza, Curio Collection by Hilton, which was named in Historic Hotels of America’s top 25 most magnificent art collections list for 2022 for its “America at Work” collection by artist Paul Collins. The city also hosts the annual ArtPrize, an independent international art competition that celebrates artists working in all mediums from across the world, every fall (the next one is Sept.15-Oct. 2). Fort Worth, TX Cufflink Art Gallery While Fort Worth’s Cultural District is home to world-renowned art museums like The Modern, The Kimbell and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, this Texas city also has a burgeoning underground art scene, with cool new galleries showcasing local artists and powerful street art, like that in the Foundry District's Inspiration Alley. In Polytechnic, a predominately Black and Latinx neighborhood, Sedrick and Letitia Huckaby recently opened Kinfolk House, a collaborative art space that serves to uplift the diverse community’s beauty, talent and culture through collaborative exhibitions, events and educational opportunities. Hotels like Hotel Dryce put guests within walking distance of the Cultural District and boast some local art of their own—Hotel Dryce has a partnership with local art gallery Art Tooth for its art in the rooms and public spaces. The latest newcomer to Fort Worth’s art scene is Cufflink Art, a gallery in the trendy Near Southside that focuses on contemporary artists from the 20th and 21st century. St. Petersburg, FL The dalí museum While Miami is known as Florida’s art-centric city for hosting Art Basel Miami every December, St. Pete has an under-the-radar yet thriving art scene with a vibe much different than Florida’s more frenetic east coast art city, from renowned museums like The Dali and the Chihuly Collection to the walkable galleries and vibrant murals splashed around downtown. For those looking to stay in the heart of it all, The Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club is within walking distance to the city’s top art spots, and its Navigator can coordinate the perfect creative itinerary. Plus, the hotel is an artistic masterpiece in itself, with a photogenic pink exterior and Mediterranean Revival design from the 1920s.

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    Discover USA: Columbus, Ohio

    Join Budget Travel as we continue our series Discover USA. Discover USA explores states, counties, cities, and everything in between. We will be exploring US destinations to help you find things to do, itinerary ideas and plan where to go next. This week, we invite you to Discover what Columbus, Ohio has to offer. When people think of Columbus, they think of contributions to history, parks and shopping destinations. It’s also home to The Ohio State Buckeyes, most popular for football and basketball. Columbus is also famous for its food scene. Many popular chains started in Columbus, and the city is often a test hub for new food concepts. Discover what else they are known for. Columbus, Ohio is the 14th largest city in the U.S., one of the fastest growing cities in the Midwest and Ohio’s capital city. Columbus is vibrant and alive, known for its open attitude, smart style and entrepreneurial spirit. Outdoors Metro ParksGreen spaces abound in Columbus. There are 20 Metro Parks in Columbus and Franklin County featuring more than 230 miles of trails and more than 28,400 acres of land in seven Central Ohio counties. Quarry Trails Metro Park is the newest Metro Park that opened in November 2021 and features a 25-foot waterfall. Coming to the park in fall 2022 is the country’s first urban via ferrata. The route will be on a 150-foot-high cliff face in an abandoned limestone quarry and access will be free. The Scioto Mile Scioto Mile Downtown Columbus - Photo by Randall L. Schieber Located in the heart of downtown Columbus with more than 175 acres of lush parkland stretching along the Scioto River, the Scioto Mile is one of the most popular areas to get outdoors and was named one of the 21 Best Urban Parks in the country by Men’s Journal in 2022. Bike TrailsColumbus also has several popular bike trails. The Scioto Greenway Trail is an urban greenway at its best. A segment of the Central Ohio Greenways trail network that covers more than 120 miles throughout the state, the 12.2-mile multi-use trail hugs the banks of the Scioto River, connecting several parks and offering fabulous views of downtown Columbus. Other popular trails include the Olentangy Trail and Alum Creek Trail. Water SportsWith the Scioto River and Olentangy River, water sports are also popular with residents and visitors alike. Windrose Outdoors offers kayak and standup paddleboard rentals downtown. Columbus is also home to unexpected outdoor adventures such as ziplining at Zip Zone Outdoor Adventures and mountain biking at parks like Quarry Trails Metro Park. Arts & Culture Literature Book StoresColumbus boasts 14 independent bookstores, including the iconic Book Loft, one of the nation’s largest independent bookstores with 32 maze-like rooms of bargain books located in historic and picturesque German Village. Other bookstores include Prologue Bookshop, Gramercy Books and Two Dollar Radio Headquarters, a family-run independent publisher. . Library Courtesy of Columbus Metropolitan Library Columbus boasts one of the country’s most beautiful libraries. This library features original Beaux-Arts-style architecture and Vermont marble dating back to 1907. This spot was once the official residence for several Ohio governors, including former president Rutherford B. Hayes. AuthorsColumbus is also home to numerous authors like 2021 National Book Award nominee and MacArthur 'Genius' Hanif Abdurraqib, author Saeed Jones, who has written perhaps the most widely read love letter to the city, and bestselling poet Maggie Smith. Columbus has a history of producing writers too. Famed New Yorker writer and humorist James Thurber was born here, and is memorialized in the Thurber House museum. Visual Arts Short North Arts District 2 - Courtesy Experience Columbus /photo by Levi Ely MuseumsColumbus Museum of Art - holds one of the country’s best impressionist and contemporary art collections, and frequently hosts traveling exhibitions that earn national acclaim, such as a recent one focused on Van Gogh, and another on the ancient Dresden Tapestries. The Wex - The Ohio State University's contemporary art center was named by The Washington Post as having “one of the most dynamic contemporary programs in the country.” Columbus is also a cartoon capital, being home to the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, which houses the world’s largest collection of materials related to cartoons and comics, including original art, books, magazines, journals, comic books, archival materials, and newspaper comic strip pages and clippings. Arts Districts Columbus is home to two thriving arts districts. The Short North Arts District features art galleries alongside independent boutiques and some of the city’s best restaurants. For nearly 40 years they have hosted Gallery Hop on the first Saturday of every month. Just a few miles away, the Franklinton Arts District is an emerging arts district where you can find art galleries like ROY G BIV, The Vanderelli Room, Wild Goose Creative and more. Many artists have studios at 400 West Rich, a collaborative community housed in a 100-year-old warehouse. Top events include the monthly Franklinton Fridays, a neighborhood-wide celebration of art, performance, and community, and Scrawl, an annual event where dozens of artists create 50 mobile murals over the course of two days. Public ArtColorful and elaborate murals are on display throughout the city, including the massive 11-story mural, “The Journey.” in the Short North.. Located on the side of the Graduate Columbus, the mural was painted by artists Ryan Sarfati and Eric Skotnes and incorporates virtual reality. Otherworld is another must-see art experience. In fact, it was just named one of the country’s 10 best immersive art experiences by USA Today 10 Best. Music Columbus Record Stores - Courtesy Experience Columbus Twenty One Pilots, Caamp, O.A.R., Rascal Flatts, Willie Phoenix, Dwight Yoakam and Bobby Floyd are just some of the musicians who got their start in Columbus. Before they were household names, they played on stages in Columbus, from outdoor venues to dive bars and from sold-out arenas to indie record stores. With a reputation as one of the country’s best undiscovered music cities, visitors and residents can experience Columbus’ thriving music scene with the Columbus Live Music Trail that is a guide to more than 40 venues devoted to live music, including Newport Music Hall, America’s longest continually running rock club and other venues like Dick's Den, a famous jazz venue, and KEMBA Live!, a large outdoor/indoor venue featuring national acts. Columbus Symphony is the city’s flagship musical performance organization and is known for bringing international stars such as Yo-Yo Ma and Renee Fleming to perform with the orchestra. Performing Arts Shadowbox Live - is a groundbreaking and inventive theater troupe performing original rock operas, sketch collections and seasonal stage performances. Columbus Association for Performing Arts (CAPA) - keeps Columbus’ three historic downtown theaters booked with touring Broadway productions and other stage shows of all kinds. As the city’s leader in theatre rehabilitation and redevelopment, CAPA is responsible for maintaining the Ohio Theatre, the Palace Theater and the Southern Theatre, and promotes performances in all of them. BalletMet - is Columbus’ premier dance performance organizations, producing the annual Nutrcracker performance as well as a season of other classical and contemporary ballets, in addition to running an academy for ballet students of all ages. Culinary Budd Dairy Food Hall rooftop - Courtesy Experience Columbus Columbus’ food scene has been drawing the attention of top national outlets. Chapman’s Eat Market in German Village one of the 50 best restaurants in the country in 2021 (New York Times) Lox Bagel Shop in the Short North Arts District - one of the best bagels in America in 2021 (Food & Wine) Budd Dairy Food Hall - by celebrated Columbus restaurateur Cameron Mitchell is one of the 10 best new food halls in the U.S. in 2021 (Fodors)  Food Halls Columbus has seen several new food halls open recently, all with their own unique mix of restaurants. East Market opened in April 2022 in Columbus’ new Trolley District and is housed in a historic trolley servicing station. The market features nine vendors currently with three more coming soon. Visitors can also enjoy their bar, Railhouse, and speakeasy, Switch, as well as expansive outdoor seating. Budd Dairy Food Hall in Italian Village opened April 2021 and features eight unique kitchens plus a revolving pop up and a buzzing rooftop patio. North Market - the 145-year-old public market , where numerous successful restaurateurs have launched from a humble stall to local and even national stardom. Some of North Market’s most prominent vendors include Hoyo’s Kitchen, Momo Ghar and Hot Chicken Takeover. CARD WIDGET HERE

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    Get your Yellowstone Fix in Wyoming!

    Wyoming is the last bastion of the West, where bold, independent and curious spirits are encouraged to forge their own way to adventure both big and small. Wyoming is home to many firsts, including the country’s first national park (Yellowstone), first national monument (Devils Tower) and first national forest (Shoshone). In addition, Wyoming was the first government in the world to guarantee women their inherent right to vote and hold office. These special places, along with other natural wonders like Grand Teton National Park and the Bighorn Mountains as well as Wyoming’s heartfelt cowboy hospitality, welcome millions of visitors annually. As the weather cools down and blankets of snow begin to cover pristine landscapes, Wyoming becomes a winter wonderland for all types of travelers. With fewer crowds, award-winning ski-resorts, new direct flights and winter events, the Cowboy State offers endless winter experiences. Here is a selection of new and notable this season: Winter EventsSkijoring at the Sheridan Winter Rodeo - Photo Credit: @sprouseandneuhoffSkijoring Rodeo may be Wyoming’s official sport, but skijoring is the state’s unofficial winter sport. It is a uniquely Western athletic and cultural phenomenon combining two of Wyoming’s favorite pastimes: skiing and horseback riding. Travelers can spectate competitive Skijoring at the Sheridan WYO Winter Rodeo, Sundance Winter Festival, Saratoga Skijoring Races, Skijor Wars (Buffalo) or Pinedale Winter Carnival. Most Skijoring competitions are held in February with 2023 to be announced.Pinedale Winter Carnival Join Pinedale in February as they host their annual winter carnival. Enjoying skijoring, a blizzard bash and more. Enter the Cardboard Classic, where you can create your own sled out of cardboard, duct tape, glue and paint. See if you can build a sled worthy of the course and snag a prize in the process.Sundance Winter Festival For a fun twist on skijoring, join Sundance for their Wild Horse and Tube Race every February. While you can still catch traditional skijoring at the winter festival, you can now register for the tube experience. On this take of the sport, the horse and rider pull you in a tube instead of on skis. For more information on Wyoming’s annual winter events, click here.Ski DestinationsJackson Hole Mountain Resort- Courtesy of jacksonhole.com Jackson Hole Mountain Resort New Lift (Jackson, WY) - Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) will replace its Thunder quad chairlift with a faster and more powerful detachable quad chairlift ahead of the 2022-23 winter season. The speed of the new lift is 1,000 feet net per minute, twice the velocity of the original Thunder, and will cut riders’ time down from just over 7 minutes to 3.6 minutes. Grand Targhee Resort's New Terrain (Alta, WY) - For the first time in over 20 years, Grand Targhee Resort is opening new terrain with the construction of the Colter Lift on Peaked Mountain. Construction is underway and the opening is slated for the start of the 2022/23 winter season. The Colter Lift will transport up to 2,000 people per hour and gain 1,815 vertical feet in just five minutes. The brand-new six-pack will give skiers and riders access to over 600 skiable acres of fall line skiing, open glades, world-class side-country, and extraordinary views of the Grand Tetons. Snow King Mountain Expansion & Improvements (Jackson, WY) - Located in the heart of Jackson, Snow King Mountain unveiled a new, 8-passenger Leitner-Poma gondola and zipline, the steepest in North America (available in the summer months). The new gondola offers spectacular views of the Grand Tetons, the National Elk Refuge and the town of Jackson. In addition, Snow King will expand its operations with a new summit restaurant, observatory, planetarium and 100 acres of ski terrain. Outdoor AdventureSandsurfing at Killpecker Sand Dunes - Courtesy of tourwyoming.com Sandboarding on 2nd Largest Sand Dunes in the World (Rock Springs, WY) - With sand dunes reaching up to 100 feet high, the landscapes of Killpecker Sand Dunes are punctuated by towering rock formations in the form of buttes and spires, like the famous Boars Tusk spire, making it a can't miss experience. Visitors can visit the new attraction located in Southwest Wyoming on their very own sandboard or sled. The boards are like snowboards, with two-foot holds and curved edges, while the sleds are like winter downhill sleds. While surfing the dunes, keep an eye out for the desert elk. The area is home to one of the largest desert elk herds in the world.Lodging & CampingReid Creek Lodge - Courtesy of wagonhound.com/reidcreeklodge Luxury Property, Reid Creek Lodge, Opens in Central WY (Douglas, WY) - Reid Creek Lodge, a luxury property, opened in the summer of 2022. Reid Creek Lodge features an 8,000 square foot lodge with seven beautifully appointed bedrooms accommodating up to 22 guests and one group at a time. The exclusive experience includes a personal chef, curated programming, cozy gathering spaces and rustic mountain design. Little America Hotel Unveils New RV Park (Green River, WY) - Featuring 42 spacious sites, including back-in and pull-through spots, Little America RV park provides a variety of hotel-like amenities, including marble showers, a heated outdoor pool, a kid’s playground, a fitness center, a fuel center and a 24-hour convenience store. Rates start at $55 per night. Snow King Resort to Open New Spa (Jackson, WY) - Snow King Resort is close to unveiling its new Grand View Spa in December 2022. The resort’s new addition will feature six treatment rooms including a couple’s suite, locker rooms with experiential showers, hot tubs and eucalyptus-infused steam rooms, men’s and women’s private lounges, an infrared sauna, a boutique retail shop and scenic outdoor deck with a large hot tub. 2023 Milestone Anniversaries: Carissa Mine at South Pass City - Courtesy of southpasscity.com 30th Anniversary of the National Bighorn Sheep Center (Dubois, WY) - July 3, 2023 - The National Bighorn Sheep Center operates in Dubois, Wyoming. The Center features dioramas with full-scale taxidermy mounts that recreate bighorn habitats, interactive exhibits about wildlife management and special adaptations of wild sheep, and wildlife films the whole family will enjoy. 30th Anniversary of International Climbers’ Festival (Lander, WY) - July 13-16, 2023 - The 30th Anniversary of the International Climbers’ Festival (ICF) is the longest-running climbers’ festival in the world and has stayed true to its grassroots origins 110th Annual Fremont County Fair (Riverton, WY) - July 29 to Aug 5, 2023 - A celebration for those near and far that showcases all that Wind River Country has to offer. Plenty of things to do and see for all ages, such as children’s activities, entertainment, food and merchandise vendors, livestock and agriculture competitions, midway rides and much more. 10th Anniversary of the Grand Opening of the Carissa Mine for Tours at South Pass City (South Pass City, WY) - May/June TBD- The Carissa Mine was the largest gold mine in the Sweetwater Mining District. The history of the Carissa Mine is tied to the hopes and dreams of many men starting in 1867, but it never truly took off. What remains today is one of the best-preserved historic mining operations in the world. Tours include a walk-through of the historic structures, a live demonstration of milling equipment, and a great story of life in a gold town.

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    Love Mushrooms?

    The annual Harvest Mendocino kicks into gear November 4-13, 2022 with a focus on the region’s top seasonal gem: mushrooms. An ideal time to savor a taste of place and cash in on a variety of hotel deals, you can take to the trails, belly up for mushroom-laced menus or tie into a beer or winemaker dinner focused on Mr. Fungi. Straddling historic Highways 1 and 101 with nearly 2,500 sq. miles of live oak and stately redwood groves, this Northern California region is a natural hotspot for some 3,000 mushroom varieties, 500 of which are edible. On tap are a treasure trove of coveted candy cap, chanterelle, porcini and hedgehog mushrooms, making the annual haul nothing short of historic. Things to do: Mushroom Train Mushroom Train - Courtesy of harvest.visitmendocino.com Take a magical mushroom ride back in time through old-growth redwoods and pristine wilderness with an optional whiskey tutor-tasting aboard the historic Skunk Train (1885). The 14-mile loop departs from Fort Bragg traversing Pudding Creek Estuary before landing front and center at the new trestle pavilion at Glen Blair Junction. On tap will be 20+ wineries pouring Mendocino AVA’s award-winning juice, a cache of local chefs crafting mushroom-infused edibles and network of nature trails to trek and treasure the annual haul. An add-on program featuring Master Distiller Crispin Cain will showcase regional award-winning libations including a selection of Low Gap whiskies and Mendocino Spirits bourbon and rye. Saturday November 12, 2022; 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Fort Bragg, Calif. $150/person + tax, $50/person whiskey upgrade. Taste Mendocino It’s a party for the palate on November 5 at Barra of Mendocino, where visitors can swirl through the county’s diverse showcase of fine wines, brews and artisanal foods. Take a deep dive into epic Pinot Noirs, skirt the rich cache of regional sparkling wines or dig a bit deeper into the signature CORO blend crafted only in Mendocino. It’s the ultimate trial by flair as 28+ vintners uncork the magic that makes Mendocino County’s 12 AVAs so diverse. Ukiah Brewing Company unplugs with a selection of handcrafted, unfiltered beer for suds heads and a variety of local chefs will be offering everything from barbeque to ceviche. Saturday, November 5, 2022; 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Redwood Valley, Calif. $65/person. Mushroom & Beer Dinner Courtesy of Little River Inn Restaurant Pull up a seat for six-course fungi-forward repast at the legendary Little River Inn. A fixture along the Pacific for 80 years, the Inn is the ideal outpost for savoring the exotic flavors of the season paired with a thought-provoking line-up of brews from Russian River Brewing Company. Chefs Marc Dym will drive the stoves in an epic gastronomic adventure certain to sway the senses. Friday, November 11, 6:30 p.m. $150 + tax. Left Coast Seafood Winemaker Dinner Celebrating the seasonal harvest, Ukiah’s Left Coast Seafood joins Greg Graziano of Graziano Family of Wines for an evening of fun and frivolity. Chef Julian Sandoval will craft a five-course repast showcasing foods freshly-harvested from farm, land and sea paired with a line-up of accompanying wines. If this meal were any fresher, it would have to be slapped! Sunday, November 6, 2022, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. $130/person. Hotel Steals & Deals The Heritage House - Courtesy of The Heritage House From the newly retooled Mar Vista Farm + Cottages to the retro Andiron Inn or luxe Inn at Newport Ranch, hospitality deals abound during mushroom season. Visitors can glamp out at Mendocino Grove, tap into the scenic Heritage House Inn or drop anchor at Noyo Harbor Inn. More than 25 hotel properties are offering value-oriented pricing for visitors fixated on Mr. Fungi.

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    Looking for Some Fun Things to do this Fall?

    Looking for some fun things to do this fall? Check out these events happening in New Orleans, Vermont and the Adirondacks. Unique ways to enjoy fall foliage. If fall colors are your thing, Stowe, Vt. and the Adirondacks, NY can’t be beat. Take leaf-peeping to new heights on a scenic flight with Adirondack Aviation Academy, traverse a path above the trees on swinging bridges and platforms at The Wild Center, or check out suggested activities and routes with the Adirondack Wayfinder. Khyber on Owls Head Mountain by Brendan-Wiltse Courtesy of grandadirondack.com The Adirondack Fall Foliage Report provides real time updates on the leaves turning. High Peaks Resort on the shores of Mirror Lake in Lake Placid is the perfect homebase for exploring the ADKs this fall. Or check out the Grand Adirondack Hotel, which reopened on Aug. 31 following a major renovation and rebranding. Over in Stowe, Vt., Topnotch Resort provides front-and-center viewing of Mount Mansfield’s stunning fall colors.Bayou Bacchanal - Courtesy of neworleans.com Quirky and fun fall festivals. Festival season is far from over in New Orleans, with lots of delicious food, local live music and cool weather. Upcoming favorites include the Fried Chicken Festival (Oct. 1), NOLAxNOLA (through Oct. 9), Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival (Oct. 14), Reggae Fest (Oct. 14-16), Krewe of Boo (Oct. 22), Tremé Fall Fest (Oct. 22), Top Taco (Oct. 27), Bayou Bacchanal (Nov. 5), Oak Street Po-Boy Festival (Nov. 6) and Hell Yes Fest (Nov. 8-14). The Great Adirondack Moose Festival (Sept. 24-25) in the Adirondacks includes moose calling and “count the moose scat” contests. Berger Residence by Paul Broussard - Courtesy of neworleans.com Haunted and spooky destinations. New Orleans goes all out for Halloween, with parades and parties, ghost tours, haunted pub crawl, haunted houses, festivals such as Krewe of Boo!, and fun events like Boo at the Zoo, the Zombie Run, Ghosts in the Oaks. The Adirondacks have their fair share of ghost stories, haunted locations and abandoned towns – check them out on the Haunted Adirondack Trail.

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    5 Unique Things to Do in Boston

    Boston may be known for its famous clam chowder, the Boston Marathon, the bar from Cheers, baseball (the Red Sox), Fenway Park, its rich history, and that it was the birthplace of the American Revolution. But take some time to go beyond what you know about Boston and discover these 5 unique Boston experiences. 1. Italian Dinner with Tiramisu Finale Cooking Class Italian Cooking Class - Courtesy of Fever Now – January 2023 Thurs - Sun at 19 Kingston StreetDuration: 3 hours Cost: $100 Everyone loves to eat Italian food, but learning how to cook it from scratch is just as much fun! Few are better to teach you and your friends the ins and outs of pasta than Chef Rudy Donalson, who has over 15 years of restaurant experience in the North End, Boston’s Italian district. In this fun-filled cooking class in the heart of downtown Boston, you’ll make a multicourse meal featuring Italian favorites. Saving the best for last, the classic Italian tiramisu will end an unforgettable night filled with laughter, smiles, and good food. Get Tickets for the Italian Dinner Experience 2. Boston Whale Watching Whale watching Boston - Courtesy of Fever NOW – October 13, 2022 at Long Wharf, BostonDuration: 3 hours and 30 minutesCost: $48 - $72 - all ages welcome Boston's ONLY Whale Watch on a high-speed catamaran. They will get you to and from the whales in half the time, which allows you more time to watch the whales! Set sail for the whale watch experience of a lifetime. Destination: Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary, a rich feeding ground for whales, dolphins, sea birds and other marine creatures. You’ll have a good chance to view several different species of large whales, including humpbacks, finbacks, minkes, pilot whales and the critically endangered right whales. Get Tickets for the Boston Whale Watching Experience 3. North End Pizza Tour Pizza Tour - Courtesy of Fever NOW – End of November, 2022 at Boston Pizza Tours Meeting PointDuration: 2 hours and 30 minutesCost: $49 Easily digestible Boston history and award-winning food? You'll wanna make sure you get a slice of the action. The crew at North End Pizza Tours know that education is worst-served to those with empty stomachs. Enjoy a pizza-powered guided tour around Boston's oldest neighborhood. Visit five history-laden Freedom Trail sites including the oldest home and church in Boston and watch old-world chocolatiers work their tasty magic inside a 300-year-old home. Get Tickets for the North End Pizza Tour Experience 4. Candlelight: A Tribute to Beyoncé Candlelight - Courtesy of Fever November 18, 2022 at Old South ChurchDuration: 60 minutes (doors open 45 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted)Cost: $30 - $60 - 8 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in Boston. Get your tickets now to discover the music from Beyoncé by Listeso String Quartet at Old South Church under the gentle glow of candlelight. Get Tickets for the Candlelight: A Tribute to Beyoncé 5. Wicked Wine & Seltzer Fest Wicked Wine & Seltzer Fest - Courtesy of Fever November 12, 2022 at Revere Hotel Boston CommonDuration: depends what time you purchase your ticket for Cost: $35 - $59 - 21+ with valid ID Celebrate the best season in the best city with Boston's Wicked Wine and Seltzer Fest! Ring in the Fall with delicious wines and tasty seltzers. Enjoy music from a live DJ, take part in corn hole and other games, and even enter a tasting contest! There will also be a silent auction to benefit Project Smile! All guests will be entered to win a door prize giveaway with items valued at over $1,000! What better way to spend a Saturday? Get Tickets for the Wicked Wine & Seltzer Fest Note: If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission from our partners - thank you!

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