Boston Art and Culture
Boston art and culture offers a longstanding tradition of excellence and eclecticism. World-class live theatre — along with top-of-the-line event venues — serve as the backbone of the city’s renowned entertainment culture. Beantown is also home to some of the most impressive museums in the world.
Boston Art and Culture Destinations:
Huntington Theatre Company
Featuring up-and-coming artists and performers, the Huntington Theatre Company produces some of the most intimate and enjoyable plays in the entire city. Sourcing talent from the incredible pool of young creatives immersed in Boston art and culture, Huntington provides access to things you won’t find anywhere else…yet.
More info: www.huntingtontheatre.org / @huntington
Institute of Contemporary Art
Located in a picturesque waterfront position in Boston’s seaport district, the Institute of Contemporary Art is the the place to find forward-thinking exhibitions. Constantly showcasing work across a variety of media, the ICA provides visitors with experiences that are consistently mind-opening and always enjoyable.
More info: www.icaboston.org / @ICAinBOSTON
Museum of Science
The Museum of Science is the ideal spot to introduce the kids to Boston art and culture. Filled with fun interactive attractions and mind-blowing shows in the planetarium and IMAX theater, there’s plenty to enjoy at MOS, one of the best science museums in the world.
More info: www.mos.org / @museumofscience
Paradise Rock Club
Swing by the Paradise Rock Club to discover up-and-coming musical acts as they travel through Boston. Located in the young, artistic and vibrant neighborhood of Allston, this spacious-yet-intimate music venue is an excellent place to catch a show.
More info: www.crossroadspresents.com / @ParadiseRockClb
Museum of Fine Arts
Arguably the center of Boston’s bustling artistic and cultural scenes, the Museum of Fine Arts combines an impressive permanent collection with a constant cycle of new and interesting work. Explore all of the museum’s rooms, taking a trip through the African Diaspora, a Buddhist Temple, ancient Egypt and more.
More info: www.mfa.org / @MFABoston
Arts & Culture Around Town