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New England is filled with rich history and outdoor adventures at every turn. Discover charming harbour towns famous for the birth of American liberty and infamous for witch trials, historic cities, white sand beaches, lighthouses, brilliant fall foliage, expansive lakes and panoramic mountain views. And don’t forget the restaurants with delicious seafood chowder, lobster and blueberry pie.
Massachusetts has it all, from the beauty of the forests and mountains in the west to the sandy beaches of Cape Cod and the popular island communities on Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. This state is filled with America’s history, with Pilgrims at Plymouth, Witch Trials in Salem and the start of the American Revolution with the Boston Tea Party in Boston. With galleries and museums throughout, there’s plenty of culture to discover in this diverse state.
Whether you want to see one of Maine’s 60 plus lighthouses or climb one the majestic mountains, there’s more than plenty of things to do. After enjoying fresh lobster rolls and clam chowder at a picturesque seaside restaurant and staying in a charming cottage or seaside inn, you’ll understand why everything here is ‘quintessentially Maine’. Don’t miss the wildlife (including moose), the national park, breweries, wineries and distilleries throughout the state.
New Hampshire has a reputation as an outdoor paradise and is home to lakes, rivers, the sea and Mt. Washington, the highest mountain in the northeast. Enjoy the drive along the 160 kilometre scenic byway in the White Mountains taking you through covered bridges and past tumbling waterfalls. The coastal city of Portsmouth is so English you might forget for a moment that you’re in America, it also has a vibrant culture of dining and history, including the living history Strawbery Banke Museum.
This state is very diverse. It has a thriving agricultural heritage that means farm-to-table restaurants and artisan cheese-makers are found throughout the state. It is an inspiration for many artists and you’ll find everything from glass-blowing to pottery, perfect for that unique gift. The mountains mean stunning fall foliage, excellent hiking and skiing and if you are there in the spring you can’t miss the fresh maple syrup. Not to mention the photo opportunities at the famed covered bridges.
This state has a vibrant maritime heritage, which includes whaling, shipbuilding and the construction of the world’s first nuclear submarine. Wander through quaint coastal towns along the shoreline, such as the beloved Mystic Seaport, or stroll along the gorgeous beaches. Take in the grounds of famed Yale University in New Haven, tour Mark Twain’s House in Hartford or hit one of the many culinary trails on offer such as the Chocolate Trail or Pizza Trail.
The smallest state in the US has it all - beautiful beaches, outdoor adventure and city life in Providence. Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary is ideal for whale watching during the summer months and many of the stunning Newport Mansions, the extravagant summer homes of the USA’s wealthiest families, are open for tours. A stroll along the clifftop walk in front of the mansions is another way to take a peek into the lifestyle of the rich and famous.
With its mixture of artistic and outdoor adventures, the region is stylish and sophisticated, yet remains genuine and unassuming. With nationally-lauded restaurants, pubs tucked away in historic buildings and lobster shacks – there’s all kinds of culinary delights to sample.
Check out the quaint seaside villages, visit the memorial to President John F. Kennedy and enjoy a harbour cruise.
Drive to the summit for some amazing views. Or take a trip on the Mount Washington Cog Railway – the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway.
With about 104 covered bridges throughout the state, Vermont has the highest density of covered bridges in the USA. From short to long, they all offer amazing photo opportunities.
Take a tour and explore the twenty-five room Victorian mansion where Mark Twain lived and wrote from 1874-1891.
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