Massachusetts is truly a revolutionary place to visit. The state has a history unlike any other. The roots of the American Revolution run deep in Boston, Lexington, and Concord. Since Massachusetts is nicknamed the Bay State, you can be sure to enjoy the miles of coastline extending all the way to the end of Cape Cod.
First time visitors to Massachusetts must stop for the day in Boston. The city is has wonderful neighbourhoods all offering a distinctive atmosphere, great food, and unique shops. Any baseball fan needs to visit historical Fenway Park for a tour of the historical stadium. Speaking of historical, there are many points of interest in Boston. The world famous Boston Duck Tour is a unique way to explore the city.
Massachusetts is also home to the National Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield. The Hall of Fame is one part museum and one part interactive playground. Another great way to have a fun, hands on learning experience is to visit Plymouth Plantation or Old Sturbridge Village. Both offer historical recreations and an immersive experience. Plus, both sites are surrounded by picturesque New England towns that offer unique shops perfect for a day of antiquing.
Massachusetts is a memorable state to visit anytime of the year. During autumn, many towns have farmers markets and even local orchards that are a perfect place to take in the colours of the foliage and enjoy some apple cider. Summertime in Massachusetts is a great time to enjoy Cape Cod. You can stay at a local hotel or even rent a beach cottage for a few days. This is a great way to relax with family and friends. Massachusetts is a wonderful place to vacation. The history, entertainment, and diversity that the state has to offer will ensure that every traveller finds something just for them.