November is one of my least favorite times of the semester–professors pile on work before the break, it gets dark early, and we’re just waiting for the holiday festivities to begin. But, that doesn’t mean we can’t still have fun! Here are 5 things I love doing in November.
- Visit the Institute of Contemporary Art
The ICA is the most underrated museum, in my opinion, there’s so much to see and the exhibits are always changing! Best of all, as a BU student, admission is free! Walking around Seaport is a fun activity in itself!
- Walk Around the Boston Public Gardens
Soak in the last few days of fall by walking around the Boston Public Garden! There’s no better place to take in the fall foliage than the Gardens.
- Stop for a Bite to Eat at the Boston Public Market
The Boston Public Market has a variety of food from all over the world. The market is fun to visit all year, but especially in November to get apple cider and donuts!
- Chill Out at the Coolidge Corner Theater
Stay inside and watch movies in this contemporary theater in the cute neighborhood of Brookline that shows independent films! Bring your student ID and get a ticket for $11.
- Watch the Sea Life at the New England Aquarium
Pretend it’s warm enough to be by the water and visit the New England Aquarium! Take time to relax by watching the penguins, fish, and turtles.