Don't miss out! Get the best events & activities in your inbox weekly...
Home > Events > Seasonal Fun > Holiday Ship Lighting in Martin's Park
Submit Event View Newsletter

Holiday Ship Lighting in Martin's Park

Report Error
Email It
Write a Review
Dates:Saturday, November 27, 2021
Hours:4:00pm - 6:00pm
Ages:Toddlers, Kids, Teens, Adults
Category:Seasonal Fun

Join us for Boston's newest holiday tradition!

The City of Boston, the Friends of Martin's Park and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host this 1st Annual Event.

Martinís Park will be transformed into a beautiful holiday display when the parkís wooden play ship, surrounding beach fencing and pedestrian bridge are illuminated with over 1500 feet of blue and white tube lights.

Visible from the Northern Avenue Bridge and the Smith Family Waterfront, visitors are encouraged to head inside the park for the celebration, sponsored by the Friends of Martinís Park and the City of Boston.

Watch as Santa arrives by boat at the Harborwalk and enters the Park to switch on the lights.

Entertainment will be provided by Ball In The House, performing a selection of holiday classics, along with special guest the Seaportís own Betty the Yeti.

Hot cocoa will be provided by Tuscan Kitchen and Flour Bakery, and attendees will have the opportunity to take home a souvenir of the 1st Annual event, while supplies last.

Find more holiday lights displays in Boston in our handy guide!



64 Sleeper Street, Boston, MA, 02210 map
Phone: 617-635-4505

64 Sleeper Street
Boston, MA 02210

TIPS↑ top

  • Garage Parking in the Seaport, and just a 10 minute walk from South Station!

Info changes frequently. We cannot warrant it. Verify with Holiday Ship Lighting in Martin's Park before making the trek. If you find an error, please report it...
Report Error
Popular Resources
Boston with Kids
Free Things to Do
Family & Kids Events
Mass RMV - DMV
Boston Birthday Parties
Boston Museums
Rose Kennedy Greenway
Boston Aquarium
Boston Massachusetts
Boston Bowling
Boston Haymarket
Boston Whale Watching