Road Trip Worthy: Musical, Light Up Seesaws In Boston
An art installation that has traveled the world, is back in Boston through early April. And you've got to see it to believe it.
An illuminated playground has popped up in Boston...and it looks awesome.
Twelve glowing, musical seasaws have been installed in Boston Seaport and you can check them out through April 8th.
The public art installation is known as Impulse and it has already made appearances in London, Montreal, Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit. and Scottsdale.
It was also previously in Boston at Harvard Yard (said internally with wicked Boston accent) during the ARTS FIRST 25th anniversary celebration last year.
Impulse is intended to get people outside to explore their urban, outdoor space and get in touch with their inner child.
The giant seesaws not only light up, they make a sound as you ride them.
In fact, the faster you ride them, the brighter they get and the faster the sounds.
Created by Harvard grads Lola Sheppard and Mason White, the art installation is now open at Boston Seaport through April 8.