How about head to a beautiful island where the beaches are plentiful, towns are filled with charming homes and unique stores line pristine streets filled with centuries of history.
Think of sinking your toes into miles of beautiful beaches and looking out to the water to find the horizon spotted with majestic lighthouses that have been guiding ships to New England for over a century.
Starting on the Pacific and heading east, check out part one of our state-to-state guide to America’s roadside attractions!
This beautiful city has a unique mixture of modern art and old world flare.
A summer weekend on the Outer Cape is the perfect way to get out of the city and onto the beach. No plane tickets are needed for this affordable vacation, as it is a quick 90-minute drive from Boston through Plymouth. Tour the dunes or just relax on the beach, but don’t miss out on a sunny, sea-side visit to the Outer Cape this summer.
Those who make the mistake of passing straight through without pausing in this picturesque, bustling peninsula don’t know what they are missing.
Peppered among the typical tourist attractions are mini adventures that will make your vacation even more entertaining — and memorable.
Planning a road trip this summer? Here are some helpful tips to get your family there happy and in one piece.
Here are five ways to keep yourself busy in Boston’s Fort Point/Seaport neighborhood.
There is nothing wrong with treating yourself and your kids and creating some memories for everyone.