Every Wednesday, Boston University hosts a public night at the Coit Observatory. Make sure to plan ahead because they usually sell out that morning and tickets are limited. Dress warm — you’ll be on a roof.
Plan your visit and reserve tickets: http://wbur.fm/2dap4nf
725 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, MA
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