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You won’t be able to visit the Boston Children’s Museum or Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum on Friday. The New England Aquarium is also closed, but assuring the public that its residents will be well cared for.
The Museum will be closed on Friday, March 2 due to inclement weather.
— BostonChildrenMuseum (@BosChildMuseum) March 2, 2018
Due to the impending nor’easter, we will be CLOSED today, Friday, 3/2. Stay safe and dry!… https://t.co/m5nMOTEdih
— Boston Tea Ship (@bostonteaship) March 2, 2018
— New England Aquarium (@NEAQ) March 2, 2018
If you were planning to skate at the Boston Common Frog Pond on Friday, you’ll have to reschedule. As they often do, organizers announced the pond’s closure with a haiku: “Rainy day is here/With Nor’easter pushing through/Gray day lies ahead.”
— Frog Pond Boston (@FrogPondBoston) March 2, 2018
You’ll have to get your animal fix another day if you were hoping to head to Franklin Park Zoo in Boston or Stone Zoo in Stoneham. Both zoos closed at noon on Friday because of the weather.
— Zoo New England (@zoonewengland) March 2, 2018
As of Thursday night, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) closed all state-operated ice rinks, coastal beach reservations, parks, parking areas, statewide campgrounds, and the Melnea A. Cass Recreation Complex in Roxbury until further notice.