The Boston Center for the Arts is a non-profit performing and visual arts complex in the South End of Boston. The center houses small to mid-sized theater companies, working artists, and arts organizations. The complex includes four theaters, the Mills Gallery, which is a contemporary visual arts space, the Tremont Estates Building, which houses more than 40 artists and 10 non-profit arts organizations, the Cyclorama, the Boston Ballet Building, and the Community Music Center of Boston.
Sam Adams opens the doors of its Boston brewery so that visitors can learn how the beer is made and sample the four varieties produced there. Jim Koch began the company with an old family recipe and introduced the Boston Lager on Patriot’s Day in 1985. It was only three months later that Sam Adams was voted the best beer in the U.S. at the Great American Beer Festival.
There are a variety of delightful dining options within a 3-4 block area of the South End neighborhood. Tremont Street is sometimes called “restaurant row.”