14 Valentine’s Day events in Boston

Boston.com highlights 14 Valentine’s Day events in Boston. Some of the more eclectic events are:


What makes one lemur attractive to another lemur? Do gorillas court each other the way humans do? Ponder these questions and more at this adult-themed lecture event at the Franklin Park Zoo. Dr. Rory Browne will discuss when it’s better to be in a relationship and when it’s better to be single — in the animal kingdom, that is.

Feb. 10, 6 p.m., $20 for singles, $35 for couples. Not suitable for children. Tropical Forest Pavilion at the Franklin Park Zoo. 617-989-0113 www.franklinparkzoo.org


See the Museum of Fine Arts in a whole new way. This scavenger hunt takes you through the building in search of artwork that features nudity. Think Gauguin’s island girls and Roman statues in various states of undress.

Feb. 11 and 12, 1 p.m. $35.50-$37.50. Price includes museum admission. Not suitable for children. 877-946-4868.watsonadventures.com



Seeing is believing? Not at this event. This sensory adventure at the Hampshire House will lead diners through an entire meal while blindfolded, creating a heightened sense of taste, touch, scent, and sound.

Feb. 14, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. $65. The Hampshire House. Call for reservations. 617-227-9600. www.hampshirehouse.com

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Courtesy of boston.com

1 Response to “14 Valentine’s Day events in Boston”

  1. 1 Julie Thomson February 9, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    Gee, wish I lived in Boston!

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