Presented by Cactus Club Cafe

Do you like hockey? Do you like to travel? Have you ever been to Boston? If your answer is yes, yes, no or even yes, yes, yes – then this is the contest for you.

Cactus Club Cafe is partnering with Molson Coors to give away a trip for two to the NHL Winter Classic in Boston when Boston faces off against the Montreal Canadiens!


If you want to enter the contest and win that trip of the season, follow @cactusclubcafe on Instagram. You can have a double entry if you post a photo of yourself at a Cactus Club Cafe, and tag it with @cactusclubcafe #molsongamedaycontest

A winner will be chosen in early December and will receive an all-expense paid trip for two to the 2016 NHL Winter Classic in Boston including airfare, hotel and tickets to the game ($5,000 Value!)


Why Boston you may ask? Iggy doesn’t play for the Bruins anymore, so why should I really care? Well, besides the fact that they have a good hockey team and the game will be good, there are so many things you can do in Boston when you’re there in addition to drinking some beer and watching the game the way it was meant to be seen – outside, in some sort of minus temperature.


Here are five things you can do after you win the contest with Cactus Club Cafe and Molson Coors:


Paul Revere’s House


Let’s be real, it may be a little cold to do a full tour of the Freedom Trail (also located in Boston), but you should still make a stop at Paul Revere’s house. Boston is such a historical city with so many moments in time that changed America. This house is also the oldest house in Boston. Learn a little, take a short trip back in time. 

Harvard Yard


Even though it will be winter (and Harvard always looks more collegiate in the fall) you can’t hit Massachusetts without going to the place that drove a young kid to completely revolutionize your life with his invention. And yes, I am talking about Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook.


Boston Museum of Fine Art


Are you usually in and out of museums? This will not be the case with the MFA. They have one of the largest collections in the world, meaning you could spend hours looking through history, seeing pieces that you’ve only ever seen in the movies. There are over 450,000 works of art housed here. Magical.



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Stop to eat at everyone’s favorite burger joint – Wahburgers. The restaurant was started by the famous brothers, Mark and Donnie Wahlberg, along with their less famous brother Paul. It also spawned the hilarious TV show Wahlburgers on A&E. There are restaurants with the same name in other cities (even Toronto), BUT this is where it all started. And the Wahlbergs are from Boston – so you know this is where the real deal is.


Skywalk Observatory


Haven’t been to Boston before? Check out the WHOLE city while you are there at the Skywalk Observatory. 52 floors above the city, in the Prudential Tower you can see it all, take some selfies and maybe see where you want to go next!


Mike Morrison