Thursday, August 14, 2014

8/12/14: Cultural Connector in Boston

CONTEST CLOSED:  CONGRATULATIONS DAWN J FOR WINNING!
I just learned about the Cultural Connector and I wanted to share it with you. The Cultural Connector is a boat that links Boston's Waterfront cultural destinations.  I am giving you a chance to win 4 all-day passes for the Cultural Connector to try it out yourself.  This is a quick giveaway as the Cultural Connector only runs until Labor Day.
There is so much to see in Boston and sometimes we forget to visit as it is in our own backyard.  Today we went in to Boston and started out at Fan Pier.  This is one of the locations you can get on to the Cultural Connector. 
It was really convenient.  There is plenty of parking at Fan Pier so we drove in and parked right across the street from where the boat leaves from.
The Fallon Company and Boston Harbor Cruises collaborated to create a fun way to experience six cultural destinations on Boston’s historic waterfront.
Here are the kids on the boat excited to get on our way to one of the sights the Children's Museum.
Here is the full inside of the boat.
Here you can see the boat in operation.
It is lovely looking at the sights as you cruise along.
 
Just beautiful.
 Then we arrived at our destination which was the Boston Children’s Museum.  It was super convenient.  This is the view from the boat as we were pulling in.
We had a fantastic visit which I will post about later.
Here are the rest of the locations you can visit via the three stops of the Cultural Connector.

Here is their map of locations.
An all-day pass is $15.  I am offering 4 day passes for the Cultural Connector, just enter below.

Disclosure:  I was provided with a family four pack of all-day passes for the Cultural Connector in addition to four tickets to giveaway.  Plus I received four passes to the Boston Children's Museum.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own. a Rafflecopter giveaway

1 comment:

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

We would love to go to the Boston's Children Museum