So, did February vacation sneak up on anyone else? If you're still looking to fill your week, fear not, I've got a great February vacation mega roundup for you! And if you're looking for fun at home, enjoy this awesome craft for all ages, 9 cool science experiments using everyday household ingredients, these Black History Month learning resources, and this apple crumble pie recipe.
BEDFORD: Always wanted to create your own scrimshaw? Now’s your chance.
BOSTON: Lots of newly renovated exhibits and new sea life at the New England Aquarium.
BOSTON: Travel to the tropics without evening hopping on a plane.
BOSTON: Everything you wanted to know about habitats, ecosystems and biomes.
BOSTON: Time to celebrate with Disney on Ice.
BOSTON: Science in the park.
BOSTON: It’s engineering week at the Children’s Museum.
BOSTON: A special night out at the Hotel Commonwealth.
BOSTON: A contemporary art sampler.
BOSTON: Celebrate President’s Day week with a real president.
BOSTON: Artists in the making.
BROOKLINE: An Arabian Adventure.
CAMBRIDGE: Skate to support those with ALS.
CONCORD: A visit with Abraham Lincoln.
CONCORD: Teddy Bear tea in the historic Brooke Hall.
EASTON: The case of the Fantastic Forgery art museum heist.
KINGSTON: More than just shopping at the Independence Mall.
LINCOLN: A week of art at deCordova.
LOWELL: It’s all about the kids this week.
NEWTON: Put those kids to work and have them cook dinner for a change.
PLYMOUTH: Become a 17th century apprentice.
PRINCETON: It’s the perfect week to learn to ski.
SALEM: Jam-packed week at the Peabody Essex Musuem.
STURBRIDGE: Old Sturbridge Village has more that 50 things to do this week.
WALTHAM: Snowshoe your way to a book sale.
WATERTOWN: Vacation workshops at the Arsenal Center for the Arts.
WENHAM: How they did February break in the 17th century.
WORCESTER: Around the world in 4 days.
WORCESTER: For the tinkerers in the group.
VARIOUS LOCATIONS: Mass Audubon can keep you busy all week.
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