The SoWa Vintage Market,
In the heart of Boston’s SoWa Arts District.
Weeklly every Sunday Year Round.

The SoWa Vintage Market, Boston’s only weekly antiques + vintage market, will be a new fun place to browse and shop among the city’s largest selection of antiques and quality collectibles, including vintage fashion, Art Deco, Mid-Century Modern furniture, jewelry, books, art glass and more. Rain or shine at 460C Harrison Avenue. Admission and parking is free on the street $5 in designated SoWa Lots on Harrison Ave.

First Friday Open Studios - South End

The first Friday of each month from 5:00pm - 9:00pm artists in the South End open their workshops / studios and invite the general public to come and view their work.  Depending on the weather and time of year, First Friday is extremely popular and provides an excellent opportunity to spend a casual evening walking through artist studios, enjoying the work of local artisans and socializing. 

The SOWA artist district of Boston has developed into a major artist community with hundreds of artists' studios and dozens of galleries. At the center of SOWA, 450 Harrison Avenue is home to 15 galleries and over 50 artist studios. The members of the SOWA Artist Guild are an eclectic group - from different parts of the world, working in different mediums, each with a unique approach to creative expression. What they share is dedication to their work and a serious pursuit of artistic quality.

More information is about First Friday Open Studios and the upcoming calendar, link here .

MIT Museum
The MIT Museum is free on Sunday mornings from 10 a.m. - Noon. Many science and technology themed events and activities throughout the year are free or very inexpensive. A small, fun museum in the heart of Cambridge near the MIT Campus. Robots, holography, ocean exploration,  and every now and then - hands-on programs and activities. Kids 8+ like the holograms, robotic displays and store. The MIT Museum also presents the annual 9 day Cambridge Science Festival in April.