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Pop The Question: Five Creative Spots To Get Engaged In Boston

Top of the Hub, the Public Garden, a harbor cruise – sure they're all tried-and-true romantic spots that make for a perfect place to get engaged. But for those who want to get a little more creative, Boston has a lot to offer. Here are five great alternatives to some of the more traditional proposal spots in the city.
Franklin Park Zoo
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The Exotic Getaway

Get out of the cold. Try a place where the temperature is always a balmy 72 degrees and where you are guaranteed to see some of the world's most exotic animal species. And no, you don't have to travel to the Caribbean. The Tropical Rain Forest exhibit at the Franklin Park Zoo is open year round. It's guaranteed to be a memorable experience.

Read: Exploring The Franklin Park Zoo

Central Library Copley
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The Fairytale Ending

Walk among some of the city's most stunning architecture and countless works by famed sculptors and painters. The Boston Public Library at Copley Square. Step into the Chavannes Gallery and unleash the perfect poetic proposal.

Museum Of Science
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Under The Stars

Get down on one knee while your loved is staring up at the stars, constellations, and planets inside the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science. A proposal at this state-of-the-art theater will be out of this world.

New England Aquarium
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Under The Sea

The New England Aquarium recently caught our attention as a creative spot for a wedding proposal. In January, an aquarium diver helped out a guy from New Jersey, by holding up the 'will you marry me' sign from inside the Giant Ocean Tank. Following the proposal, the couple enjoyed champagne and chocolate covered strawberries in the Aquarium's private tasting room overlooking the Boston Harbor.

Zamboni
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The Game Changer

We know what you're thinking: "Wow, CBS Boston, you're really going with a Jumbotron proposal? That's not very creative at all." But hang on. Hear us out. If a big public spectacle at a sporting event is your thing, why not throw in a little twist. The Bruins offer Zamboni rides (requires a $150 donation to the Boston Bruins Foundation.) Book both Zambonis, hijack the Jumbotron, and maybe see if the organist will play Endless Love for you.

Read: Guide To The TD Garden

 

And of course, if you have a great Boston proposal story of your own, make sure to leave us a comment and let us know!

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