History, culture and outdoor adventures attract explorers to Massachusetts
Immerse yourself in fine art, music, theatre, maritime museums and marketplaces of Massachusetts.
HISTORY AND CULTURE
– In 2020, Massachusetts will observe the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s voyage – renowned for transporting the first English Pilgrims – and learn about the founding of Plymouth Colony.
George Washington statue, Boston Public Garden.
– At sites throughout the state, discover Massachusetts’ history and heritage, arts and literature, and academia and innovation by visiting site of Battle of Bunker Hill, Salem Witch Museum, New Bedford’s historic whaling district and at the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum.
Sojourner Truth Memorial, Florence.
THE CITY OF BOSTON
– For a true taste of Boston’s culture, visit Beacon Hill, a historical neighbourhood in Boston, Massachusetts, and the hill upon which the Massachusetts State House resides. The Boston Common, Public Garden, Esplanade and Charles Street (for shopping) extend recreational and cultural activities.
Boston Skyline, Massachusetts.
– Catch a game at TD Garden, home of the Boston Celtics basketball and Boston Bruins hockey teams.
Old North Bridge, Concord.
Stata Center at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.
– From Cape Cod to Cape Ann, sandy beaches, signature coastal excursions and fresh seafood make for fun experiences with family along the Atlantic Ocean shore.. Follow the Pilgrims’ journey and go to Provincetown, known for beaches and nightlife.
Annisquam Harbor Light Station, Gloucester.
– Visit some of the 40 stops on Massachusetts Whale Trail to enjoy incredible experiences in nature.
Whale watching near Provincetown.
Embrace the outdoors with fun adrenaline-packed treetop adventures and gorgeous foliage hikes.You might opt to simply enjoy following an arts and culture trail.