Massachusetts is home to countless attractions and iconic activities that anyone visiting this unique American State will never have enough of it. From the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, and Boston Common and Public Garden Swan Boats, to Fenway Park, Harvard Square and Museums, and Mayflower II, there are always stunning sights to witness in Massachusetts.
World's End Trail on the South Shore of Massachusetts is an idyllic hike for everyone.
What is so good about the New England aquarium that it continues to top the charts? Well, this place is more than just a typical marine sanctuary.
Martha Vineyard is one of the favored New England summer coastal destinations that everyone can visit.
Anyone familiar with Arlo Guthrie's famously long song 'Alice's Restaurant,' has likely wondered where it actually is - and we've found it.
At just under 4,000 feet, Mount Greylock is Massachusett's tallest summit - and this hiking guide will get you to the top.
The Whydah was a real pirate ship and since its discovery in 2014, it's still the only ship - and pirate treasure - to be validated.
A broken-hearted young girl, a betrayed woman, and an ancient legend surround Massachusetts' most scenic, and tallest, waterfall.
Massachusett's 'Ponyhenge' is a literal rocking horse graveyard that seems to grow by the year.
Great Wolf Lodge offers themed wildlife rooms, an incredible water park, and more for potential guests, only an hour from busy Boston.
Also once known as the 'State Lunatic Asylum,' Taunton remains closed to the public, but its eerie legacy lives on in Massachusetts.
The term 'Trappist' doesn't only apply to beverages, and this monastery in Massachusetts has a long history with its artisan products.
Lizzie Borden's childhood home is notorious for the disturbing crime that took place there - and brave visitors can spend the night.
The Paper House does, indeed, exist, and visitors could spend all day reading the headlines on its walls and furniture.
The Museum of Bad Art is exactly what its title implies, and it's worth the detour to Somerville if you're game for some rather intriguing artworks.
Visiting the Mayflower II is like stepping back in time, and that's not the only colonial location visitors will find when they arrive at the ship.
The fisherman's memorial is not far from the memorial for the wives and families of those same fishermen, in this town with a long maritime history.
It made history as the first place of landfall for the pilgrims in 1620, and it's the perfect balance of modern and (very) historic.
Just as many literary legends do, H.P. Lovecraft was just as inspired by New England and its somewhat dark history and intrigue.
Steve Carrell is a loveable guy on TV but it turns out he's the same IRL, and this is where you can see the general store he owns.