Boston’s ‘Snowport’ Is Now Open For The Holidays

Mª del Rosario Castro Díaz Mª del Rosario Castro Díaz

Snowport opens at Seaport

The holidays have arrived at Boston Seaport!

Can you feel it in the air Bostonians? The Seaport has been officially transformed into the Snowport and the holidays are finally upon us! The stylish neighborhood kicked of the holiday season in style earlier last month with its Christmas Tree lighting and the opening of its oh-so-popular winter village Snowport and we’re loving it!

Unfortunately, this year’s Snowport’s ice rink hasn’t made a comeback due to the pandemic, but the Seaport still has plenty of fun-filled activities up its sleeve featuring gifts, games, holiday art and snow much more!

This winter, Snowport will feature a wonderland of safe socially-distant activities including Winter Wonder Walks through the neighborhood all decked out for the holidays along with Betty the Yeti, the village’s mascot, vintage gondola cabins serving up major gram goals, a tree market selling everything you can dream of for the perfect Christmas tree and an outdoor game arena.

Visitors will also be able to hop on complimentary open-air rides through the neighborhood on a Snowport electric vehicle provided by circuit and decked out with giant hot pink trees. These will take you past the New England Aquarium, Post Office Square, South Station, and the Boston Innovation Design Center and each ride has complimentary gifts and giveaways from a Seaport business.

In addition to all these fun activities, Seaport has also built a giant game center over at the Common on 85 Northern Ave where you’ll be able to take part in winter games such curling, Battleship, light-up bocce, Jenga, KanJam and cornhole. If you’ve never tried out curling don’t worry because the North End Curling Club will be holding lessons for beginners every Saturday morning to help you make the most out of this intriguing winter sport.


To ensure everything runs smoothly and safe the game center will be regularly cleaned and sanitized by staff and will be open weekdays from 4 to 9 p.m., Saturdays from noon to 9 p.m., and Sundays from noon to 8 p.m.

For more information on Seaport’s Snowport village and reserving your spot for all the activities make sure to check out their website. 

See also: Faneuil Hall Has Canceled It’s Popular Christmas Light Show This Year

[Featured image: Instagram / @seaportbos]

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