Corporate Holiday Outing Ideas (Boston)
Ice Skating at Frog Pond
Step outside for some fresh New England air and don’t forget your skates (you can also rent) at Frogs Pond Ice Skating Rink! Skate under the bright lights of Boston Common. This is a great place to make memories with your colleagues. An awesome “gift bag” idea would be a pair of gloves and hat…we all know how cold the Boston nights can be.
Custom monogramed hat and scarf: https://tidd.ly/3HrdEbY
Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel
After skating, take a walk over to the Fairmont Copley Plaza and say hello to Canine Ambassador Cori Copley and grab a hot toddy and Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie at the Oak Long Bar + Kitchen
Oak Long Bar & Kitchen: www.oaklongbarkitchen.com
Symphony Hall / Boston Pops
Performing festive favorites from cultural traditions around the world, conductors Keith Lockhart and James Burton, along with the Pops, will get you in the holiday spirit quicker than you can sing “Fa la la la la.” You can make the concert experience even merrier with table service if seated on the orchestra level of Symphony Hall, or light refreshments in balcony seats.
Gingerbread Luncheon For Families
75 Chestnut is the place to create magical memories for folks with families. Lunch is a two-course meal for adults and a junior menu for children. To create your Hansel + Gretel House, an assembled gingerbread house will be provided along with candy fixings.
It’s harder than it looks…practice with a gingerbread kit!
Lunch at The Liberty Hotel
One of our favorite spots in Boston (year-round, but especially at the holidays!) is The Liberty Hotel. During the holiday season, they hang their upside Christmas trees which is one of the coolest sights in Boston. The ambiance there is one of the best in the city!