The casual Map Room Tea Lounge offers “bar bites,” like the charcuterie board and tartines
Photograph by Binita Patel
The Boston Public Library’s cozy winter hideout
Built in 1962, the off-the-grid, one-room cabin is popular among ice climbers and back-country skiers.
Photograph by David Leonard
The Harvard Mountaineering Club’s Mount Washington cabin
Provincetown’s winter harbor
Photograph by Age Fotostock/Alamy Stock Photo
Just enough art, culture, terrific food, and lively conversation....
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(1 of 7) Bow Street’s festive courtyard lit up at night.
Photograph by Emily Tirella/Courtesy of Bow Market
Somerville’s Bow Market makes its mark.
Colin Cabot takes heart in the traditional skills, like woodworking, that are preserved at Sanborn Mills Farm.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Promoting craftsmanship and agrarian skills in an idyllic New Hampshire setting
Claire Chase (left, on contrabass flute) and students (Jessica Shand, Jennifer Wang, Mai Nguyen, and Taiga Ultan), all on flutes, play a work by Vijay Iyer during the ArtLab's opening celebration.
Photograph by Karen Philippi/Courtesy of the ArtLab
The ArtLab debuts.
The seventeenth-century Fairbanks House in Dedham, Massachusetts
Photograph courtesy of the Fairbanks House
Dedham’s Fairbanks House: “the oldest wood-frame structure still standing in North America”
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(1 of 8) The “Rocking Horse Graveyard,” in Lincoln, Massachusetts— “It’s a fun, whimsical thing with a flea- market feel,” Ocker says. “But at night it’s one of the creepiest sights on the planet.”
Photograph courtesy of J.W. Ocker/OTIS
Exploring New England’s more unusual sites with J.W. Ocker