Living in the Boston area my entire life, I thought I had been through all the best museums the city has to offer. I was wrong! I had never been to the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
. Actually I wasn’t even aware that it existed until our last visit to The Boston Children’s Museum and Anthony pointed out the “awesome” ship across the harbor.
With Anthony being the museum lover he is, I knew we had to explore it on our next trip into the city. However I had no idea what to expect because and wasn’t sure if it would be something that was interesting enough to hold a 10 year old boys attention.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Whole Foods Market. The opinions and text are all mine.
I am super excited about the new Whole Foods Market
that opened in Westford, Ma on May 4th! I had been traveling to the Bedford store for years and now there is a brand new beautiful store that is right off the highway on my way to see all the hubby’s family. This will definitely be my new go to grocery store.
I talked about the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
as the best place to find some history in Boston, Today I want to share the best place to find some art and culture in the city. The Museum of Fine Arts
is an enormous museum, literally we walked over 3 hours and didn’t see everything, that is full of amazing art and cultural artifacts from all over the world.
As we walked in we were in awe of the incredible wall art and the staircase. It was simply breath taking!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tom’s of Maine
. All opinions are 100% mine.
My favorite way to unwind is to wander around Target aimlessly without my children in tow. My local store has a coffee shop right as I walk in, so I am able to sip a latte and check out all the pretty new things. Plus of course, pick up our families everyday needs, I am one of those women who runs in for toothpaste and leaves with a cart full of things.