Best Things To Do in Boston in September with Kids
September begins with a bang, lighting up the sky with fireworks at the Boston waterfront, and ends with an equally bright display of carved pumpkins to stroll through at a zoo. In between, there's festivals celebrating everything from marshmallow fluff to lederhosen, a chance for your kids to climb onto trucks and planes at an airport touch-a-truck event, or a unique opportunity to immerse the family into a larger-than-life Van Gogh masterpiece at a top-secret location.
We're bursting with the best things to do in Boston in September with kids. Find the best places to go apple picking, visit farm animals, and where to take memorable fall day trips. Back-to-school is also the perfect time to add some classes to your schedule. Explore our Classes and Activities Guide for Boston kids to locate everything from dance to swim lessons.
Read on to see what Boston in September has in store for your family!
Places featured in this article:
Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park
The Farm at SummitWynds
East Broadway, between I and L Streets
Various Museum locations
The Rose Kennedy Greenway
US Bunting Cricket AA
deCordova Sculpture Garden
Roger Williams Park Zoo