Get Out—and Get to the Boston Suburbs This Weekend

Oct 31, 2019

Now is the perfect time to explore the ‘burbs like a LOCAL!

There’s so much happening in the Boston suburbs this weekend—and that makes it the perfect time to get out and see what life could be like outside of city limits. These events and activities are great ways to live like a local and get that first-hand experience…


Visit Jackson Homestead’s free storytime for kids ages 3 and under. The fun starts at 9:30am on Saturday. Admission to the museum is free this weekend, and families will love learning about this former site on the Underground Railroad.


Enjoy a pancake breakfast at Needham High School from 7am-11am on Saturday, followed by face painting and kid’s games. The breakfast is $5 and game tickets are $20 for 40.


Take in the fall colors at Bradley, Eustis, and Wakefield Estates from 10am-3pm on Saturday. Go on a walk, take a guided tour and enjoy nature crafts and family activities.


Bring your little kids to Chamberlin Woods from 1pm-3pm on Sunday for fall crafts and an immersive nature experience. Admission is $10/person or $20/family. Register here.


Everwood Day Camp’s (rescheduled!) Halloween Family Festival is Sunday from 11am-3pm. Bring your costumes and come out for a fun-filled day of arts and crafts, inflatables, laser tag, animal encounters, a haunted cabin and more. Admission is free for children 18 and under.


Inspire a love for coding in your children by attending Apple’s Coding Lab for Kids event from 4pm-5pm on Sunday. The event is ideal for ages 6-12; sign up here. Or, shop for local produce and get to know Hingham by visiting the Hingham Farmers Market from 9am-1pm on Saturday. The market takes place at 96 Otis Street.


The Winchester Chili Fest, featuring a chili and mac & cheese cook-off, is 4pm-8pm on Saturday. Admission is $15/family and includes a DJ, photo booth and attractions for kids.


Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella is coming to Cary Memorial Hall in Lexington Friday-Sunday with afternoon and evening showings. Tickets are $22.


Tower School is hosting Doggy Fest at 9am on Saturday. Bring your furry friend and their costume, if you have one, to participate in the doggy parade benefiting adoptable pets.

There are hundreds of towns to choose from. How do you figure it all out? You simply don’t, without getting a Suburban Jungle Strategist to help you through it all. Schedule here for your strategy session with our innovative suburbs strategy team. All services are completely free.

Find Your Way Home

Sign Up For Our Newsletter

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.