Plan your trip to Massachusetts
Experience Boston, Cape Cod, Cambridge, Nantucket Island and much more in the vivacious state of Massachusetts. The city of Boston will dazzle you with attractions, museums, performing arts and major-league sports. Enjoy fine dining choices such as Union Oyster House, the oldest continuously running restaurant in the country. Take a tour of Martha’s Vineyard and walk on the 27,000 acres of the Cape Cod National Sea Shore. Visit the JFK Museum and learn about Pilgrim life at Plymouth Rock. Tour the extravagant campuses of Harvard and MIT. Watch whales, walk the entire Freedom Trail and there will still be loads of fun to experience on this astonishing state adventure.
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Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Massachusetts: A Hometown Holiday
Over centuries, Thanksgiving in the United States has become a time-honored tradition of gratitude and friendship, a time to look upon all we have and be appreciative of the bounties the year has provided. Every November on the weekend before... more
Reunite With Loved Ones and Witches in Salem, Massachusetts
Taking pride in its macabre history, Salem blurs the lines of reality with its very adult Festival of the Dead. Every year, the town, most famed for its 17th century Salem witch trials, brews up a month-long event series that explores the morbid... more
Shell Shucking Fun at the Wellfleet Oysterfest
Surrounded by ocean waves and serene beaches, it is no surprise that Cape Cod is a shellfish haven. Therefore, it is only fitting that come mid-October, the Wellfleet Shellfish Promotion and Tasting (SPAT) hosts the Wellfleet Oysterfest. The 13th... more
Massachusetts Top List Picks
Surrounded by the highlands and valleys of the Berkshires as well as the art and culture thriving amidst the historic and elegant cities of Massachusetts, there isn’t a more romantic and charming place to let go than this New England state. The... more