Boston and Cambridge Events: Sea Creatures in Glass
Harvard Museum of Natural History
26 Oxford St., Cambridge
February 1st – March 1st
Tickets: $12 for adults, Children 3-18: $8
Ladies and gentlemen, I bring to you Sea Creatures in Glass; a new exhibit at the Harvard Museum of Natural History that is all about sea life with one twist. The animals and other sea life that are a part of the exhibit are all made of glass.
Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka, the same two men who created the famed glass flowers now have another exhibit that is ready for you to view.
From delicate jellyfish and anemones to tentacled squid and bizarre sea slugs, these spectacular models were commissioned by Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology during the latter half of the nineteenth century, and many have not been on display for over a century.
Explore the ocean’s sea life like never before with Sea Creatures in Glass; you may be surprised at what you see.
Boston Globe 2015 Travel Show
2000 Seaport Blvd., Boston
Friday: 5:30pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-6pm, Sunday: 10am-4pm
Traveling around the world is a dream of many and believe it or not, a lot of people just go and do it. But if you want to travel, and you’re like myself and need a plan, don’t worry. I have found the perfect festival for you: the Boston Globe 2015 Travel Show.
Pack those bags of yours, because it is time to travel. Whether you want to go on a budget vacation, or a luxury escape, the Boston Globe 2015 Travel Show is for you! This festival will provide you with new information on traveling anywhere you could possibly want to go.
This three day event will feature more than 300 exhibitors, who represent every part of the traveling industry and can offer you insight regarding anywhere around the world. By going to the Boston Globe 2015 Travel Show, it is very possible you could start planning your dream getaway.
One great thing about this festival is that there will be many opportunities to talk to actual travel experts; this can be very helpful if you want to become serious about traveling.
Did I mention that there will be food? Culinary showcases will be presenting food from around the world; which is absolutely a highlight. Food represents a big chunk of what a countries culture is; when you get to eat food from a different country it’s almost like taking a peek into who the people are and what their history is.
Can you imagine it? The rolling hills of Scotland, the never ending Great Wall of China, Sunset at the London Eye or even a kiss on the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The idea of traveling may seem overwhelming, but the Boston Globe 2015 Travel Show is a great place to start planning. Traveling is about finding yourself and making sweet memories.
So I must urge you to travel in any way you can simply because traveling is good for the soul.