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The pollen forecast for your area

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What’s the pollen count in Boston today?

Type your zip code above to see today’s pollen count in Boston! Our Pollen Pal tool will show you when pollen levels are at their worst, so you can avoid allergies.

Pollen forecast for Boston

Check out the pollen forecast in Boston for the next few days. Low pollen counts mean strolling the beautiful paths at the Public Garden or visiting the Boston Common for a performance of Shakespeare on the Common. When pollen counts rise like Boston Cream Pie, pack Kleenex On-the-Go tissues, so you can stay prepared for allergies, wherever you are.

Pollen hotspots in Boston

Boston is a walking city…a walking city that’s far less pleasant when you’re sneezing up a storm. Tree pollen causes some of Boston’s highest pollen counts from February through May. Thankfully, fall also means falling pollen counts, so you can gather apples and check out vibrant autumn leaves without the sniffles holding you back. If you want to keep seasonal allergies at bay when pollen counts are high during high-pollen months, you might want to steer clear of parks and grassy areas, but we know how tough it is to avoid the absolutely beautiful green spaces that the Emerald Necklace Conservancy has to offer. That’s why we’ve put together a few options for allergy-friendly activities to help you get the most out of allergy season.

 

Allergy friendly activities in Boston

The home of the first American lighthouse* has a ton of allergy-friendly activities that can help you get out there during Boston’s allergy season.

Boston Restaurants

Restaurants with indoor seating are great for days with high pollen counts. Fortunately, Boston has famously good food. That means ducking into a restaurant to avoid pesky pollinators can lead to outstanding restaurant choices for your next meet-up with friends, family meal or social outing.

Live Entertainment in Boston

You don’t have to be a student of music or theater at Berklee, Harvard, Bard, Northeastern or the New England Conservatory of Music to appreciate Boston’s exceptional performance art scene. Take a break from pollen and watch an indoor show featuring incredible performances by some of Boston’s most talented artists.

Sports in Boston

Boston is all about sports. With ice hockey, basketball, football, and of course baseball, you’ll have plenty of exciting gameplay to take your mind off the pollen count.

** Kimberly-Clark and the Kleenex® Brand have no association, nor affiliation with the entities described in this newsletter. All “hot spots” are provided for informational purposes only.**


Sources:

⁎ Architecture. Subject: Lighthouse. Notes: The first American lighthouse was built in Boston. https://www.trolleytours.com/boston/facts

⁎ Architecture. Subject: Lighthouse. Notes: The first American lighthouse was built in Boston. https://blog.ihg.com/20-fun-facts-didnt-boston

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