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Nighttime Boston: The Best Things to Do

Nighttime Boston: The Best Things to Do

Boston has the honor of being one of the oldest cities in the country. Its rich past and heritage mean that there’s so much you can do here when you’re visiting.

Boston is a city like few others: it perfectly encapsulates, preserves, and juxtaposes the past and the present. Its colonial past and modern, liberated present are coalesced in beautiful architecture and infrastructure.

And to top it all off, it’s a city that comes alive when the sun goes down.

Boston Museum of Science

The Boston Museum of Science looks absolutely LIT at night—and you don’t even have to be a nerd to enjoy it. What’s amazing about it is that it makes for a fun, educational, and interactive activity for the entire family. There are dinosaurs, computers, birds, maps, even algae—in short, there’s something for everyone.

The Skywalk Observatory

A 360-degree view of the shining city will definitely make you feel like you’re a Skywalker. It’s the tallest observation tower in the city, and it’s open to the public. The Prudential Center located down below also offers a great avenue for shopping. And the Skywalk Observatory will leave you amazed.

Legoland

Nighttime Boston: The Best Things to Do

The only thing better than visiting Legoland in Boston is watching the absolutely hilarious Lego Movie. But you can watch that on your return flight. When you’re in Boston—especially if you’re with kids—you need to see Legoland. From virtual reality to unbelievable Lego structures, everything is awesome in Legoland.

The Boston Museum of Fine Arts

If you’re an art person—and even if you’re not—a visit to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts is a must. Housing an extensive collection, the Boston Museum has something to delight every art aficionado. You’ll also run across Egyptian and Asian collections, which are so rare to find outside of major art centers.

But Where Will I Keep My Luggage During the Night?

Let’s say you’re going to be out in Boston all night—right up until you rush to the airport in the morning for your flight back home. In such a scenario, it doesn’t make sense to pay for an extra night at the hotel you’re staying at. It also doesn’t make sense for you to carry your luggage around with you either. So, what should you do?

Cubby has the answer.

A sophisticated luggage storage service, Cubby ensures that you have adequate and secure luggage storage space that is also affordable. Our booking process is incredibly simple and entirely online—and will take only 3 minutes to complete.

We are operational in Boston, of course, and in other cities including Austin, Dallas, Atlanta, Galveston, Fort Worth, Houston, or Washington D.C.