The Boston Seaport is dressed in it’s wintry best. Families are invited to visit “Snowport” this winter for some free outdoor fun. Please note that everyone is expected to wear a mask and social distance to keep the fun safe.

What you can discover at Snowport:

Curling & Games 

  • Free daily with lessons provided every Saturday through 2/28
  • Limit your play to 30 minutes to allow social distancing and sanitization of the lanes.
  • Other games available through 2/28 are Battleship, Jenga, and Cornhole.

Curling Lane Hours:
January & February Curling Lane Hours:
Monday-Friday | 4pm-9pm
Saturday | 12pm-9pm
Sunday | 12pm-8pm

Curling and games available at Seaport Common, 85 Northern Ave

Design Seaport

Visit two larger than life art installations:

I’m for you (User Friendly) by Supernormal – Located in One Seaport Courtyard

The interactive piece will occupy public space during the shortest, coldest days of the year. It is designed to be most alive, engaging, and visible during the darkest and longest nights, when light is most scarce. I’m for You (User Friendly) is a reflection on real and imagined relationships between places, people, and their machines in a time of isolation.

Photo by Boston Seaport

Wallessness by Teltta – Located at Seaport Common

Dematerializes the wall by substituting masonry blocks with lightweight structural modules made by hand braiding heat-activated carbon fiber strands together with fluorescent and retro-reflective fibers. WALLESSNESS is an anagram for lawlessness and transfigures a typology of exclusion and division into one of inclusion and connection.

 

Tips:

Convenient Special Rate Parking in Seaport Garage

Dine in a rooftop igloo at Envoy. Open Wednesday-Sunday. Reservations required.

 

Looking for more things to do with the family?  See the WCKC calendar of events.

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