- The Largest Consumer Wine Event In The Country
It's the most celebrated wine event in the United States! Don't miss this opportunity to taste over 1,800 wines from around the world as the Boston Wine Expo attracts the best that the wine world has to offer. Over 440 wineries from 12 countries will sample their latest vintages at the Grand Tasting.
Along with the Grand Tasting, this year's Expo offers the hottest celebrity chef line-up to date and a wide variety of seminars perfect for both the novice or the connoisseur. For the first time ever, two Vintner Dinners will be held, making Wine Expo weekend all the more festive.
Founded as a choral society in 1815 by a group of Boston merchants, Handel and Haydn is among the oldest continuously performing arts organizations in the country. From its earliest years the Society established its tradition of innovation, performing the American premieres of Handels Messiah in 1818, Haydns Creation in 1819, Verdis Requiem in 1878, and Bachs B minor Mass in 1887. The Society began performing Handels Messiah annually in 1854. Throughout its history the Handel and Haydn Society has brought the worlds most beautiful music, and its greatest artists, to local audiences, setting a standard for orchestral and choral performances that remains unparalleled.
A touch of colonian Boston, with a twist, thrives in the Boston Gourmet Coffee House. Located In downtown DeLand, the Boston Gourmet Coffeehouse has a comfortably quaint and charming character.
The antique wood floors and rustic brick walls work brilliantly with the dark green and jewel tone color scheme. Our Meeting room is available for your functions or special occasions.
The Coffeehouse offers a wide variety of over 40 different flavored coffees, including the super-rich Chocolate Raspberry.
The coffee has a rich and distinct taste that perfectly complements its aroma. The Coffeehouse offers live music in a variety of styles, a lounge room complete with a TV, a meeting room, and Internet browsing.
The mission of the Museum of Science, Boston is to stimulate interest in and further understanding of science and technology and their importance for individuals and for society.
To accomplish this educational mission, the staff, volunteers, overseers and trustees of the Museum are dedicated to attracting the broadest possible spectrum of participants, and involving them in activities, exhibits and programs which will:
encourage curiosity, questioning and exploration
inform and educate
enhance a sense of personal achievement in learning
respect individual interests, backgrounds and abilities
promote life-long learning and informed and active citizenship
All this is offered in the spirit that learning is exciting and fun at the Museum of Science.
One of the greatest museums in the world, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, houses approximately 350,000 objects including some of the world's greatest collections of American and European paintings, English and French silver, prints, photographs and drawings, 19th century French paintings, Egyptian Old Kingdom art, American decorative arts and Asian art.