New England

A complex, longstanding history, specular natural scenery, and a rich arts culture await visitors traveling to New England.

Cultural Haven

Countless art museums reside throughout New England. Some of the leading institutions include:

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
  • RISD Museum
  • Yale University Art Gallery
  • The Mark Twain House & Museum 
  • Portland Museum of Art
  • Fleming Museum of Art 
  • Currier Museum of Art

History Buffs Unite

Start your historical tour in MA, although it’ll be difficult to see it all in one trip. From the Freedom Trail, which encompasses sixteen significant sites in Boston, to Plymouth and Salem, there are countless museums, landmarks, graveyards, and tours available that detail the state’s fascinating timeline. Moreover, those interested in how the upper echelon lived in Newport, RI can tour the city’s Newport Mansions, which were once owned by wealthy families during the Gilded Age such as the Vanderbilts. Additionally, most Ivy Leagues reside in the region from Harvard University to Yale University and Brown University, so interested visitors and prospective students can tour hundreds of years worth of academic progress within these stately institutions. And this is just the tip of the iceberg!

Outdoor Wonders

Explore the New England's natural beauty at any of these top state parks and natural areas:

  • Walden Pond
  • Boston Gardens
  • Cape Cod
  • Mount Washington State Park
  • Lake Champlain
  • Emerald Lake State Park 
  • Gillette Castle State Park  
  • Acadia National Park

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