3 Ways to Get Ready for Summer at 30 Dalton
Summer at 30 Dalton may look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of it. Here are a few ways to...READ MORE
As our lives become more reliant on technology due to social distancing, we’re finding creative alternatives to leasing as well. 30...READ MORE
You’ve completed your spring cleaning, now it’s time to enhance your newly organized space. Give your 30 Dalton home a refresh with...READ MORE
For some of us, working from home has become the new normal and has been an adjustment. As our home becomes a place of work and living, it...READ MORE
There’s a hidden gem at TD Garden, and it’s the ultimate devotion to Boston sports and their place in the local community. The Sports Museum spans two floors of The Garden, and this non-profit institution provides unique tours of Celtics, Bruins, Red Sox, and other sports teams’ memorabilia.
The tour guides are a major asset at the museum; they not only have an in-depth knowledge of all the pieces in the collection, but also lead the tour with an enthusiasm that only Boston locals have about their sports. The Sports Museum also gives back through educational and character development programs for at-risk youth. Visit their website to learn more about the educational mission of The Sports Museum, or to purchase tickets for a 60 or 90-minute private tour for $25 per person. Due to ongoing construction, The Sports Museum will be closed from June 1 to October 1, 2019, so be sure to make a visit this spring before the closure.