GALLERY: Winter festivities in Boston

Whether it’s your fourth winter in Boston or your first, the city has a lot to offer for you to feel the holiday spirit.


Frog pond
Ice skating in the Boston Common Frog Pond is a tried-and-true Boston winter tradition. SAM BETSKO/DFP STAFF
christmas tree copley square
Admire the Christmas tree in Copley Square as it stands glowing in front of Trinity Church. AMANDA CUCCINIELLO/DFP STAFF
Seaport comes alive each winter with the annual Holiday Market at Snowport, the perfect place to find a holiday gift. DANNY DOLAN/DFP STAFF
christmas tree farm
Head over to Boston Christmas Trees at 22 Harvard Ave. and wander through the rows of fresh evergreens. KATHERINE DALY/DFP STAFF
Christmas Tree Boston Common
The iconic 45-foot tall Christmas tree in the Boston Common is an essential part of the holiday season in Boston. MOLLY POTTER/DFP STAFF
Comm Ave Lights
Sit along Commonwealth Avenue Mall and watch the row of lights. SHANNON RUSNAK/DPF STAFF
SoWa market
Snowport is not the only holiday market you can visit — check out the SoWa Winter Festival in the South End that has over 100 vendors. ISABELLE MEGOSH/DFP STAFF
Christmas in Boston
Go shopping at the Christmas in Boston store at Faneuil Hall Marketplace for a huge selection of holiday gifts. ANGIE YE/DFP STAFF
Faneuil hall christmas tree
Spend a day at Faneuil Hall Marketplace and admire its festive decorations. ANGIE YE/DFP STAFF

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