As September comes to a close, we’re all preparing ourselves to say goodbye to warm, bright summer days and trying to welcome cloudy and cool autumn weather. As unpredictable as New England weather is, Boston still has a few weeks of nice weather that we all should be taking advantage of! Keep the summer feel for as long as possible by getting outdoors to do these 5 activities that you can remember throughout the fall.
1. Attend the Boston Calling Music Festival
Boston Calling is a 3 day concert featuring many great artists like Walk the Moon, Hozier, and the Avett Brothers. The concert is taking place this weekend, September 25-28 in City Hall Plaza. Although the tickets can be pricey, Boston Calling is a fun and interactive event that’ll give you a chance to catch some live music just minutes away from Suffolk campus.
2. Kayak on the Charles
Kayaking on the Charles is an awesome outdoor activity that provides a combination of fitness and fun to help close out summer. There are some great deals on renting and discounted group rates, and this would be a great way to get all of your roommates out of the house and doing something fun!
3. Hubway Ride
Take a Hubway ride! Hubway is a bike sharing system that has stations all over Boston. Simply
4. Lawn on D
Check out the Lawn on D for a fun, outdoor, interactive experience located on D Street, between Summer and Claflin street. This space in South Boston features different events every day from live music to art exhibits.
5. Duck Tour
Taking a Duck Tour may seem like a strictly tourist attraction in Boston, but I’ve found many people who have lived in the city for years have never been on one! If you’re looking for something to do on a nice Saturday or if your parents come in to visit and you need somewhere to take them, try a Duck Tour! Tours depart from The Prudential Center, the Aquarium, and the Museum of Science, and it’s simple to just buy tickets and go!
I promise there will be plenty of time during the fall and winter to sit inside and watch Netflix, so consider doing a few of these activities to make the most of the last couple warm days.