Veterans Day has arrived, and in Boston there are plenty of ways to honor those who have served our country. From free museum admission to special events at Fenway Park, there's something for everyone. Here are some of the best ways to spend Veteran's Day in Boston:
1. The Veterans Day Parade is one of the most popular events in Boston on Veterans Day. The parade starts at 1:00pm at Copley Square and ends at the State House. There are usually a lot of people in attendance, so make sure to get there early to get a good spot!
2. Another popular event is the Veterans Day Ceremony at the State House. This ceremony starts at 11:00am and is a great way to honor and remember those who have served our country.
3. If you're looking for something a little more low-key, you can visit one of the many war memorials around Boston. The Boston Common has a number of war memorials, as well as the Soldiers and Sailors Monument on Beacon Hill.
4. For something a bit more fun, you can check out one of the many Veterans Day events happening at local museums. The Museum of Fine Arts is offering free admission to all veterans and active duty military personnel, and the Boston Children's Museum is offering half-price admission for everyone.
5. Finally, if you're looking for a way to give back on Veterans Day, there are a number of volunteer opportunities available around Boston. You can help out at a local VA hospital or veteran's center, or participate in a food drive or other community service project.