Hold on to your handwarmers -- we shook Seaport up in a giant snow globe and transformed the neighborhood into a magical winter getaway. Find gifts, games, festive art and plenty of surprises in this one-stop wonderland you can enjoy all season.
Convenient parking located in our One Seaport Garage.
Seaport's all dressed in its wintry best.
Welcome to Snowport, a.k.a winter in Seaport.
As the neighborhood known for what’s new and what's next we have snow much in store this season. Seaport is dressed in its wintry best, with holiday shopping, rooftop igloos, outdoor fun & games, plus a few festive surprises, Seaport style. Discover everything there is to Snowport this season.
Go ahead, Give it a Curl.
Curling is back by popular demand, on Seaport Common next to The Current. Give it a curl, with lessons every Saturday or sign up and play on your own and with friends. Curling is a free activity and open to the public through February, reservations are encouraged. Please limit play time to 30 minute increments to encourage social distance and sanitization of the lanes. Don't leave your face out in the cold, remember to mask up and stay safe.
Locally made with love, at The Holiday Market.
Boston Seaport by WS Development teamed up with The Makers Show, a New York City-based curated market platform rooted in social justice, to create a European-style, holiday market unlike anything in New England. The Holiday Market at Snowport features more than 60 small businesses, including local craftsmen, artisans, and entrepreneurs selling unique gifts and wares. The market will also feature a festive menu from Tuscan Kitchen and Breezy Hill Orchard, and enchanting holiday décor.
Spotted: Betty the Yeti
Betty the Yeti is fresh off the plane from the Himalayas for her Snowport vacation. Betty likes long walks along the water in subzero temps., curling with friends, and brunch dates in Seaport. We know mythical creatures are hard to find, but Betty is making celeBETTY appearances in the One Seaport Courtyard on select Sundays. Even though Betty is hard to miss, we recommend keeping your eyes peeled for a sighting.
p.s. Betty dislikes being called big foot
There's so much to Snowport
Winter is wonderful here
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect from Snowport this year?
This year Snowport will span across the neighborhood with festive shopping at The Holiday Market, curling lanes, and Betty the Yeti bringing joy along Seaport Boulevard.
Can I reserve a curling lane?
Curling lanes are free of charge, and reservations are preferred. They are encouraged to play in 30 minute increments in order to maintain social distancing and sanitary procedures. The maximum capacity for the curling lanes is 12 people per lane. If you have any curling questions you can check-in at our Guest Services Gondola. Enjoy!
How do I find Betty the Yeti?
Mythical creatures are hard to find, but Betty is in town for the Snowport Season on select Sundays. Find out how you can spot her here.
When is Light Up Seaport?
Light Up Seaport is our annual tree lighting on Seaport Common. This year, it will take place on Friday, December 3rd.
Where is The Holiday Market?
The Holiday Market is in town from November 19th through January 2nd and is located at 88 Seaport Boulevard. Click here to learn more about the market.
Will The Tree Market deliver my tree?
Yes! EverGreen Delivery has all the trees and trimmings available to shop in-person or delivered to your door.
Is there an ice rink at Snowport?
There is not an ice rink for this winter, but check out Harbor Way – where we have plans for an ice rink in 2023.
Is Snowport wheel-friendly?
Yes – both strollers and wheelchairs will be able to navigate the Snowport experience. All tents and pathways are ramped and handicap-accessible restrooms are available. If you are in need of special assistance, or would like help in planning your visit to Snowport, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
How do I stay up to date on the Snowport activites?
It’s easy: just follow us @seaportbos on Instagram and Facebook for the most up-to-date news about upcoming events. We promise to keep it interesting all winter long.