Our friends at Great Runs have compiled a worldwide list of best cities for winter running, and — wouldn’t you know it — New England shows up among entries from Quebec, Minneapolis, Scandinavia, and Warsaw, Poland.
Sure, beer is great on a hot summer or crisp October day. But New England brewers are toiling at their craft year-round, and the beer festivals and tastings are happening all year in every state, sometimes indoors, sometimes outdoors.
New Hampshire in winter: Ice skating at Strawbery Banke with café and gift shop; hearth dinner at a country doctor’s farm
Outdoors Ice Skating, Shopping and Lunch at Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth Family ice skating happens daily during the winter at Labrie Family Skate at Puddle Dock Pond within Strawbery Banke, a living history in a historic neighborhood in Portsmouth, near the beautiful, riverside Prescott Park. The Banke’s 32 historic buildings are open in winter…
Rhode Island in winter: bumper cars on ice, hot jazz in Woonsocket, bring friends to crack the Escape Room
Outdoors Ice Bumper Cars in Providence, RI What’s more fun than bumper cars? How about bumper cars on ice? Slide and bump around the City Center Ice Rink at 2 Kennedy Center Plaza, Providence, in brightly colored, round cars. Riders must be 6 years old and at least 42 inches tall. Children 3 to 5…
Below, see a couple of Outdoor and Indoor great things to do in Connecticut this winter:
Come in from the cold for your New Year’s festivities: there’s plenty of fun for adults and all ages!
Add thrill to the chill at marathon reading of “Moby-Dick” at New Bedford (MA) Whaling Museum. As close as you can get to the historic story!
You don’t need to be a hard-body ice climber to enjoy winter outdoors. Lots of organizations, like Audubon, host outdoor activities. All the thinking and planning is done; just grab an adventurous adult or kid; put on your coat and mittens; and get out. Some ideas below are programs for kids; some are for all…