You’ll hug yourself in gratitude with this New England fall road trip that includes historic towns, charming inns and fun excursions.
Travel in Massachusetts
A 30-something English girl finally pays a visit to Nantucket after decades of waiting and explores all the islands offerings.
Take a leaf peeping road trip through Massachusetts and Maine for the most spectacular New England fall foliage and lovely quaint towns.
Take a camping road trip to see the most spectacular fall colors in the USA by following this Fall Color Trail from Maine to Tennessee.
Many things to do in Salem, MA focus on the historic witch trials. But don’t miss these other sights along with the witch museums & memorials.
Take a trip to Boston to see one of the most iconic cities in America. Fill your vacation with history, art, culture and delicious seafood.
Take a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard and see alpacas, flying horses, gingerbread cottages and memories of Jaws, plus more traditional sights.
Visiting Harvard University is one of the top things to do in Cambridge, MA but don’t miss the other historic sites, museums & lively squares.
Have you ever wondered what your favorite artist’s home or studio may look like? Now you can see for yourself on a trip to the Northeast.
Enjoy An enriching history lesson in Boston and Charleston. These great cities introduced my family to Civil War history—in a fun way.
Nantucket Island charms all who visit with history, whale-watching and secluded beaches. Once a sailor’s center, now the Island has become a beloved summer vacation spot.
The Berkshire area of Massachusetts is unmatched during cooler months. With striking foliage and holiday celebrations, it’s the ultimate getaway.