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Fun Things to Do in Boston For Mother's Day

By: Hotel Revere Boston / 09 May 2022
Fun Things to Do in Boston For Mother's Day
With its energetic culture and bold New England style, Boston is the perfect destination to celebrate Mother's Day. Flowers are in bloom, the weather is warmer, and the city is green and vibrant in the springtime.
Treat Mom to a Sunday brunch with local cuisine and a few mimosas. Enjoy shopping on fashionable Newbury Street or buy art at the incredible SoWa Market. Take a boat ride in Boston Public Garden or enjoy a cruise on beautiful Boston Harbor.
The concierge at the Revere Hotel has a few ideas to inspire your Boston Mother's Day adventure. Check out a few fun things to do in Boston with Mom and make memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Hop On a Boston Harbor Cruise

Give your mother a once-in-a-lifetime experience this Mother's Day. Enjoy a brunch cruise departing from the Long Wharf by Boston Harbor Cruises. Indulge in a delicious brunch buffet and cocktails with stunning views of Boston's skyline, islands, and landmarks along the way.

Shop at the SoWa Market

Take your mom shopping this Mother's Day at SoWa Boston, the art and design district alive with restaurants, artist studios, galleries, home decor showrooms, and fashion boutiques housed in chic reclaimed industrial warehouses.
Spend a Sunday afternoon at the SoWa Open Market, from May to October, full of artisans, craftspeople, designers, and local farmers in Boston's South End. Browse this outdoor artisan market with hand-made clothing, jewelry, art, crafts, gourmet foods, baked goods and produce. This is the perfect place to pick up a gift.

Celebrate Lilac Sunday at Arnold Arboretum

Spend time with Mom in the beauty of nature at Arnold Arboretum at Harvard University. This Mother's Day marks the return of Lilac Sunday, where you can experience the springtime blooms of the renowned collection of 400 lilacs. Lilac Sunday is a Boston tradition that has been celebrated at the Arnold Arboretum since 1908. Stroll through the 281-acre preserve in the heart of Bost to marvel at the diversity of plants, flowers and herbs from North America and Asia.

Take a Swan Boat Ride at Boston Public Garden

Take your mom on a Swan Boat ride in the lagoon at Boston Public Garden. See swans, geese, and mallard ducks as you relax surrounded by Boston's most beautiful landscapes. Enjoy a 15-minute cruise as you soak up the beauty of the surrounding garden and experience tranquility in the heart of the city. If you're visiting Boston this Mother's Day and looking for things to do that capture the essence of the city, take a swan boat ride.

Enjoy Sunday Brunch at Rebel's Guild

Thank the woman who raised you with a wonderful Sunday brunch flowing with mimosas and creative local food. Gather for a Mother's Day brunch at Rebel's Guild at Hotel Revere Boston Common, a modern pub and eatery showcasing New England cuisine with a Boston attitude. Enjoy brunch classics like eggs benedict or try the famous Boston lobster roll with a Bloody Mary or a signature cocktail. The Mimosa Brunch Kit is the way to go.
Rebel's Guild serves elevated local pub fare, from clam chowder to shepherd's pie, and expertly crafted drinks near Boston's Theatre District. The tavern-style restaurant puts a spin on the spirit of Paul Revere with bold brews and locally sourced dishes.

A Luxury Stay at Hotel Revere Boston Common

Planning a Mother's Day getaway to Boston? Revere Hotel Boston Common is a luxury boutique hotel with beautiful guest rooms and suites in the Back Bay neighborhood. With its authentic local vibe, Revere Hotel puts you within steps of Boston Public Garden and minutes of Boston's best attractions, like Arnold's Arboretum and the SoWa Market.
Pop up to Rooftop@Revere for lite bites and spirits at Boston's best rooftop bar with scenic Back Bay views. Plan the perfect Mother's Day weekend with specials from the Revere Hotel. Experience Boston with Mom and male memories in one of the most historic and vibrant cities on the East Coast.

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