Massachusetts is one of the most beautiful and dazzling places to celebrate New Year and if you are in the country then here is a list of some of the most amazing events to attend. From first night Boston to other New year events, there are plenty of options for people of every age and preference. There is a special celebration for old age people who wish to celebrate in their own style and with their own age group. There is no short of options for adults and kids as well. Read on to know the list of options that you can explore to make your New year more enjoyable.

First Night Boston

First Night Even is an almost three decades old celebration which feels new, innovative and energetic every year. There are a number of activities and shows lined up during this spectacular event and Boston bathes in glitter and shine. It is perhaps the oldest and largest celebration in the country whereas many as 1,000 artists participate and showcase their talent. Events like spectacular ice sculptures, grand procession down Boylston Street, comic shows and midnight fireworks keep the party going.

First Night Chatham

Cape Code has many interesting things to offer on New Year’s eve indoor putt golf, including theatre, live music, and a circus. There is a giant lighted cod drops midnight at Oyster Pond after which fireworks welcome the new year.

First Night Worcester

Worcester has numerous family-friendly events going on throughout the day and it all ends with a beautiful fireworks display starting at 11:15. Events like dance, magic, theatre, puppet shows, storytelling, and music make the celebration more amazing.

Back Bay Gala New Year 2016

This event is specially organized for senior citizens by Sheraton Hotel. There are liver performances and dancing throughout the event and the party is open for people older than forty.

Festival of Trees – Pittsfield, MA

This exhibition features more than 100 dazzling decorated trees lined and decorated in filmy style. The theme of this year is movies and that will totally reflect through the decorations and arrangements. The red carpets will be laid out so that you can walk like celebrities and feel the glamour.

Time: Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m.
Admission: Adults, $13; children under age 18, $6
Telephone: 413-443-7171

Venue- Nov 19, 2016 – Dec 31, 2016, Berkshire Museum, 39 South Street (Route 7) Pittsfield, MA

Recommended: Boston Airport Taxi

Boston Winter 2016 at City Hall Plaza – Boston, MA

Skating Path. Boston’s Winter Skating Path will be open for you to flaunt your cool moves on the ice. It is a first-ever custom pathway that goes around the main stage and marquee Boston sign.
Holiday Market. No festival is complete without great shopping and Holiday markets are a way to fulfil your material desires. Around forty retailers and artisans will sell their products including accessories, packaged foods, olive oil, Russian Matryoshka dolls, glass gifts, and eclectic apparel.
Vinopolis: The City of Wine- Take wine classes and tastings where you get to learn everything about wine, wine production, advantages and types of wines across the world. You can choose from an essential class or a master class.
The Chocolate Story- We all love chocolates and here is your chance to learn everything about chocolate including its origin and chocolate creation. You can also attend chocolate tastings for a sweet, delightful experience.