If you’ve been keeping up on things then you know the Money Life Network has just finished our series “Frugal Things To Do In…” where we listed out great things to do in each of the cities we live in. Check out the great map showing all of our locations!
Things is though, there’s only seven of us in the Money Life Network and that barely puts a dent in the map. We need your help to fill the map up! If you have a blog then write about frugal things to do in your city , link back to us and contact us and we’ll add you to our map.
Check out the Money Life Network cities:
- Frugal Things To Do In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Sense To Save
- Frugal Things To Do In St. Augustine, Florida – Remodeling This Life
- Frugal Things To Do In Washington, D.C. – Milk Your Money
- Frugal Things To Do And See In New York City – Free From Broke
- Frugal Things To Do In Dallas, Texas – Prime Time Money
- Frugal things to do when you’re in Minneapolis, Minnesota – Bible Money Matters
- Frugal Things To Do When Your In The Greater Seattle, Washington Area – My Investing Blog
Now let’s fill up that map!
Frugal things to do in Boston:
Check out http://www.boston.com or even http://calendar.boston.com/ (they give a day by day calendar)
Here are a few:
Free wine tastings at Best Cellars – Locations in Brookline and Boston – Best Cellars offers free weeknight tastings from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m and on weekends 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Visit a museum – Many of Boston’s museums have free admission for a few hours during the week.
Take a self-guided tour of The Freedom Trail – You can take a self-guided tour for free – just follow the bricks.
Tour the USS Constitution, Charlestown – Take a tour of the Navy yard, exhibit hall, and oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world.
Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown – Climb the 294 steps to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument for unparalleled views of the Boston skyline.
Watch a free concert at Copley Square, Boston
Soak up the energy of Harvard Square, Cambridge – Harvard Square is not only home to the esteemed Harvard University, but also to more than 300 registered street performers.
From 5pm to 9pm Friday Night at the Children’s Museum , admission is $1.00.
Hope that helped!
@ Jennifer – Thanks for the great Boston tips! I’ve been there a few times and loved it. It’s so historic there.
@ Meg – Thanks for your Gainesville article. Now I have another place to check out in Florida!