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New England

Known for its rich history, blazing autumn leaves, and snow-dusted hillsides; New England includes the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire. Explore New England to see America’s top, natural beauty and rich, nostalgic history. 


  • Visit Mystic, a delightful village in Connecticut along the water with a historic downtown, delicious seafood, boutique shopping, wineries and breweries, and top attractions – such as the Mystic Seaport and the Mystic Aquarium.

  • Make our way to Rhode Island to discover Providence, one of the nation’s most historic cities that is known for being pleasingly petit, diverse, and unique. Witness a “WaterFire” spectacular! About twice a month from mid-May to late November, braziers placed in the middle of the river are lit with fire to illuminate the city. 

  • Continue on to the Massachusetts, a state bursting with natural beauty, rich history, and a vivacious city life. Hike through the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts on a golden fall day to immerse yourself in the sparkling sun and a revelry of vibrant colored leaves.

  • Explore Boston, where Colonial America meets modern city sites. Walk the Freedom Trail; Boston's iconic 2.5-mile path with an assortment of museums, churches, cemeteries, parks, and historic sites that depict the story of the American Revolution.

  • Visit the USS Constitution Museum to board a momentous ship that was never defeated in battle and remains a symbol of honor and courage today. 

  • Cheer on the Red Sox at a game, or embark on a guided tour of Fenway Park. 

  • After a day of city exploration, select from a wide variety of delicious dinner options! Enjoy an authentic dinner in Boston’s Italian district, a scenic Sunset Dinner Cruise, or a seafood dinner of lobster or clam chowder – some Boston’s most renown dishes. 

  • Next, soak in some of New Hampshire’s natural attractions by wondering along 18 miles of beautiful seacoast or hiking to the summit of Mt. Monadnock to absorb breathtaking views. 

  • Visit Lake Champlain, where you can take a lake cruise, explore a wildlife reserve, or enjoy recreational water activities.  

  • Stop in Stowe to see a fairytale-like setting of a covered bridge, a white-spired church, worn barns, and stunning ski trails down the mountainside. 

  • End your New England journey in magnificent Maine, filled with idyllic fishing spots, art walks, cozy Bed and Breakfast Inns, camping, outdoor adventure, and more. Spend time relaxing in Cape Cod, known for welcomed ocean breezes, charming villages, divine seafood, boutique shopping, illuminating lighthouses, and speckled ponds reflecting open blue skies. 

Good to Know

  • If you want to experience the famous fall foliage, travel to New England sometime between early September (for the most northern points of the region ) to late November (for the most southern ones).

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