We decided not to tell the kids where we were taking them and opted to take the train downtown - another first. One of the things I love about where we live is the accessibility to downtown Boston: we're able to walk less than 5 minutes to the train and be downtown in 1 stop. It was a mild night and an easy walk from the train to TD Garden. We arrived an hour before the game which gave us plenty of time for pre-game fun: face painting, balloon sculpture and hanging out with Lucky, the mascot.
|Next time I'll wear some green too!|
I made this little video of our family night:
If you'd like to take your family to a game they make it easy with the purchase of a Celtics Family Pack which you can purchase here; it includes:
- 4 balcony seats
- 2 Club Green Kid gifts
- Meet & Greet with Lucky
- $20 credit towards concessions or merchandise at TD Garden
Thank you Boston Celtics for a fun night - we look forward to this being the start of going to more games with the kids and continuing to introduce them to the city. For me, seeing the Boston through their eyes is a great way to get re-introduced!
Have you ever been to an NBA game with your kids? What was it like? Click here to see a throwback to our first NBA game as a family.