Dudley Outings

Learn about upcoming Outings events with Dudley House! We explore Boston and the rest of New England in all seasons with events like hiking trips, ski trips, sports games, cultural events, and city tours, to name a few. 

Outings fellows for 2015-2016 are Alan She and Marinna Madrid.

Contact: outings@dudley.harvard.edu

Upcoming Events & Important Dates

Dec 03

Behind closed doors: the Harvard Art Museums' Straus Center

3:20pm to 4:20pm


Harvard Art Museums, Straus Center

Come see the conservation work that is generally hidden behind closed doors. The Straus Center at the Harvard Art Museums is internationally recognized as a leader in fine arts conservation, research, and training. And it is opening its halls just for you, the Harvard Graduate community, for a one hour tour.

Space is limited, so be sure to sign up early!

Dec 03

Outing to Nutcracker ballet

7:30pm to 9:30pm


Boston Opera House

Come see and hear Tchaikovsky’s enchanting Christmas ballet The Nutcracker! Tickets go on sale for Dudley House members on Monday Nov 16th, 9am in the Dudley House Office (3rd floor Lehman Hall) at a discounted price of $40. The performance is Thursday Dec. 3rd (7:30-9:30pm) in the beautiful Boston Opera House. Questions? Please email dudleyhouse.arts@gmail.com

Dec 03

Nutcracker Ballet



Boston Opera House

Experience the enchantment of this classic holiday story about being lost in a winter wonderland, while taking in the beauty of Tchaikovsky’s music and the grace of the Boston Ballet. Meet at Dudley House at 6:45 pm to go to the Boston Opera House together for the 7:30 pm performance. For more information, visit dudley.harvard.edu/outings or contact Marinna or Alan at outings@dudley.harvard.edu.

Tickets available to Dudley members and guests.

Dec 15

Ice Skating at Frog Pond



Boston Common Frog Pond

Join us for ice skating at the Boston Common’s Frog Pond! Nestled in the heart of America’s oldest public park, the outdoor Frog Pond Ice Rink offers beautiful views of the city and is a perfect way to enjoy the winter season.