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Uncover the rich history, cultural attractions, vibrant metropolises, classic seafood, and scenic natural wonders of New England, America’s Northeast. Comprised of six states — Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont — the northeastern United States is a wealth of diverse travel experiences. From The Freedom Trail in Boston, Massachusetts, and The Connecticut Wine Trail to the sandy beaches and iconic lighthouses along Maine’s 3,500-mile coastline and the majestic White Mountains of New Hampshire, New England is an inspiring destination accessible to visitors of all interests, all year long.

View the colorful foliage in the fall, enjoy snow sports atop Mount Washington in the winter, sample freshly tapped Vermont maple syrup in the spring, and enjoy sandy white beaches, hiking, and clam bakes in the summer. With diverse villages, towns, and cities that make up the distinctive region of New England, the Northeast provides scores of unforgettable experiences.

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Gillete Stadium

Gillete Stadium
One Patriot Place MA Foxborough, 02035
1 508 543 8200
Brimming with life and team pride, the stadium is home to the New England Patriots. From tailgates and games to shopping and tours, the stadium is a must see.

The Daily Catch Seaport

The Daily Catch Seaport
88 Sleeper St MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 772-4400
Head to this eatery for harbor views and Sicilian-style cooking. Enjoy sitting outdoors along the waterside and sip on a crafted cocktail from the lively bar.

Waite’s Wharf

Waite’s Wharf
1 Waites Wharf RI Newport, 02840
1 800 960 4573
Enjoy an evening at Waite’s Wharf in downtown Newport, Rhode Island and enjoy outdoor dining and a gorgeous view of Newport harbor. The pier glittering with outdoor lights is home to a plethora of dining options and sunset views.

Maine Medical Center

Hopkins Center For The Arts

Hopkins Center For The Arts
2 East Wheelock Street NH Hanover, 03755
603 646 2422
The auditorium is located within the Dartmouth College campus and is home to the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra, Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, and Barbary Coast Jazz ensemble to name a few. The auditorium

Kingdom Trails

Kingdom Trails
468 VT Route 114 VT East Burke, 05832
1 802 626 0737
Kingdom Trails unveils miles and miles of mountain bike and recreational paths. These award-winning trails mark it as a biker’s dream adventure.

Old State House

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Boston Symphony Orchestra
301 Massachusetts Avenue MA Boston, 02115
1 617 266 1492
With rich sound, and an even richer history, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is a must see for music lovers. From Tchaikovsky to Beethoven, the symphony does not fail to impress.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Massachusetts General Hospital

King's Chapel

Merrill Auditorium

Merrill Auditorium
20 Myrtle Street ME Portland, 04101
1 603 646 2422
The stage at Merrill Auditorium is home to the Portland Symphony Orchestra, theater and dance performances, and concerts. Visitors can enjoy a variety of entertainment in the grandeur of the 1,900 seat auditorium.

Hartford Hospital

Union Oyster House

Union Oyster House
41 Union St MA Boston, 02108
+1 (617) 227-2750
Visit Boston's oldest restaurant, serving seafood and New England specialties in a historic setting on the Freedom Trail.

Orpheum Theatre

Boston Brew Tours

Boston Brew Tours
443 Boylston Street MA Boston, 02445
1 617 453 8687
Travel the city of Boston sampling its greatest beers and food and a vibrant brewery history.

Rhode Island Hospital

Boston Children’s Hospital

Portland International Jetport (PWM)

The Great Lost Bear

The Great Lost Bear
540 Forest Avenue ME Portland, 04101
1 207 772 0300
The Great Lost Bear boasts one of the largest brew selections in New England. This large bar is offers a large menu in addition to their brews, and is a Portland favorite.

Granary Burying Ground

Harvard Bridge

Bradley International Airport (BDL)

Matunuck Oyster Bar

Matunuck Oyster Bar
629 Succotash Road RI South Kingstown, 02879
1 401 783 4202
The East coast is well known for its prime seafood. Matunuck Oyster Bar offers the freshest seafood and refreshing views of Point Judith Pond.

Boston Common

Mike's Pastry

Mike's Pastry
300 Hanover St MA Boston, 02113
+1 (617) 742-3050
Michael Mercogliano (the “Mike” behind the famed Mike's Pastry) created the one-of-a-kind cannoli that keeps loyal Bostonians and tourists coming from around the world to enjoy.

Burlington International Airport (BUR)

ON20

ON20
400 Columbus Boulevard CT Hartford, 06103
1 860 722 5161
Dinner at ON20 is upscale, innovative, and scenic. With views overlooking the Connecticut river, ON20 is a must for a high-end dining experience.

Irish Famine Memorial

Bunker Hill Monument

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)

LA Burdick

LA Burdick
220 Clarendon Street MA Boston, 02116
1 617 303 0113
This chocolate shop has two locations in Massachusetts, one in Boston and another in Cambridge. Stocked with fine chocolates and delicacies by chocolate connoisseur and owner Larry Burdick, these sweets are sure to please every visitor.

Boston Children’s Museum

Wilbur Theatre

T. F. Green Airport (PVD)

White Mountain Cider Company

White Mountain Cider Company
207 Route 302 bartlett.NH.US Bartlett, 03838
1 603 383 9061
White Mountain Cider Company, a country store and deli offers a myriad of snacks and drinks that are uniquely New England.

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Whisky Saigon

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT)

Fore Street

Fore Street
288 Fore Street ME Portland, 04101
1 207 775 2717
Known for its unique friendly and rustic environment, Fore Street restaurant is praised as one of the most famous restaurants in Portland, Maine. This restaurant is eco-friendly, dedicated to local foods, and features a unique farm house atmosphere.

USS Constitution Museum

Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Avenue, Avenue of the Arts MA Boston, 02115
1 617 267 9300
The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the oldest and most esteemed art museums in the United States, with its founding in 1876. Today it is home to nearly 450,000 works of art including galleries of European, Egyptian, and American art.

Swan Boats

Portland Head Light

Portland Head Light
1000 Shore Road ME Cape Elizabeth, 04107
1 207 799 2661
The oldest lighthouse in Maine and the quintessential icon of New England. Home to a museum, park, and to an unparalleled, view of the sea.

Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory

Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory
1281 Waterbury-Stowe Road, Route 100 VT Waterbury, 05676
1 802 882 1240
The Ben & Jerry’s Factory takes visitors into the story behind the pint. Guests are given a tour of the factory, a taste of ice cream flavors, and a sweet experience.

Samuel Adams Brewery

Chanel

New England Aquarium

Hildene

Hildene
1005 Hildene Road VT Manchester Village, 05254
1 802 362 1788
Hildene is a Georgian Revival mansion and home to the descendants of Abraham Lincoln. The estate includes the oldest residential pipe organ, blooming gardens, a carriage barn, and a Pullman Car Sunbeam, a 10 section luxury car from the late 1800s.

Church Street Market Place

Church Street Market Place
2 Church Street VT Burlington, 05401
1 802 863 1648
Located in downtown Burlington, this open-air mall boasts over 100 stores and abundant dining opportunities. The award-winning mall is not just a place to shop and relax but it is also a hub of art, architecture, and history.

Cheers Boston

Cheers Boston
84 Beacon St MA Boston, 02108
+1 (617) 227-9605
A true Boston landmark, tourists visit this classic bar with iconic facade for pub grub, pints, and nostalgia.

The Breakers

The Breakers
44 Ochre Point Avenue RI Newport, 02840
1 401 847 1000
A visit at the Breakers mansion is a passage back through time. The mansion displays the sophistication and wealth of the Vanderbilt family, one of the most prominent American families. The estate spanning 13 acres is open to the public for tours highlighting the opulent lifestyle of the prominent family

Palm Restaurant

Palm Restaurant
1 International Place MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 867-9292
Family-owned since 1926, The Palm Boston serves prime steaks, whole lobster, Italian specialties, and award-winning wines in an elegant atmosphere.

Museum of Science

Museum of Science
Science Park MA Boston, 02114
1 617 723 2500
The Museum of Science offers exhibits to invigorate the minds of all ages. Permanent exhibits like nanotechnology and dinosaur fossils are refreshed by newer travelling exhibits. The museum leaves visitors with an opened mind to the world of science and technology.

Settler's Green Outlet Village

Settler's Green Outlet Village
2 Common Court NH North Conway, 03860
1 603 356 7031
Located on White Mountain and home to over 60 name brand outlet stores, this shopping center is a bargain hunter’s dream.

Bangor International Airport (BGR)

Jenney Museum

Jenney Museum
48 Summer Street MA Plymouth, 02360
1 508 474 4544
The Jenney Museum offers a comprehensive tour of Plymouth. Visitors can browse the exhibits or go on a variety of walking tours of the city, outstanding monuments, or thematic tours such as “Conversations with a Pilgrim Series.”

James Hook & Co

James Hook & Co
15 Northern Ave MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 423-5501
Stop by this waterfront shanty to get your hands on the very best live lobster and prepared shellfish takeout.

Marginal Way

Marginal Way
Marginal Way Walkway ME Ogunquit, 03907
One of the most famous walking trails in New England. Originally built in 1925 and stretching 1.25 miles, this walk along memorial beaches and trails offers the most scenic views of the ocean.

Freeport Maine Outlets

Freeport Maine Outlets
95 Main Street ME Freeport, 04032
A myriad of outlet shops and the original store of L.L. Bean make for a day of great shopping at Freeport Maine Outlets.

Burlington International Airport (BTV)

Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch

Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch
307 Commercial Street MA Provincetown, 02657
1 800 826 9300
New England’s waters are home to several species of whales. Whale watching boats like Dolphin Fleet teach thousands of whale watchers each year about the magnificent, endangered creatures.

Biddy Early’s

Biddy Early’s
141 Pearl St MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 654-9944

White Mountain National Forest

White Mountain National Forest
71 White Mountain Drive NH Campton, 03223
1 603 536 6100
New Hampshire shares the White Mountains with Boston and Canada. Climbers, adventurers, skiers, and walkers alike can enjoy the breathtaking views of the evergreen forests and high peaks.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Faneuil Hall Marketplace
1 Faneuil Hall Square MA Boston, 02109
1 617 523 1300
Located in downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a beautiful cobblestone promenade. Visitors walk the outdoor retail carts, the shops, the pubs and restaurants, and the renowned Quincy market Colonnade, a historic market complex built in 1824.

Houlton International Airport (HUL)

Houlton International Airport (HUL)
19 Industrial Dr ME Houlton, 04730
+1 (207) 532-6223

Fenway Park

Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way MA Boston, 02215
1 877 733 7699
Home to the Boston Red Sox, baseball legends, and the famous Green Monster, Fenway park is a historic ballpark.

The Barking Crab

The Barking Crab
88 Sleeper St MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 426-2722
Visit this lively waterfront joint with open-air picnic-table dining for delicious seafood and views of the Boston Harbor.

Westport Country Playhouse

Westport Country Playhouse
25 Powers Court CT Westport, 06880
1 203 227 4177
Founded in 1931,Westport Country Playhouse is a modernized barn, offers a variety of shows, family festivals, and talent. Complete with a gourmet restaurant, a visit to the playhouse is a guaranteed night of entertainment.

Central Vermont Medical Center

Portsmouth International Airport at Pease (PSM)

XV Beacon

Wylie Inn & Conference Center at Endicott College

Wequassett Resort and Golf Club

Hanover Inn Dartmouth

The Colonnade Hotel, Boston

Woodstock Inn & Resort

Mohegan Sun

Inn by the Sea

Samoset Resort

Boston Park Plaza

The Charles Hotel, Harvard Square

Boston Harbor Hotel

Landmarks

The Breakers
44 Ochre Point Avenue RI Newport, 02840
1 401 847 1000
A visit at the Breakers mansion is a passage back through time. The mansion displays the sophistication and wealth of the Vanderbilt family, one of the most prominent American families. The estate spanning 13 acres is open to the public for tours highlighting the opulent lifestyle of the prominent family
Museum of Science
Science Park MA Boston, 02114
1 617 723 2500
The Museum of Science offers exhibits to invigorate the minds of all ages. Permanent exhibits like nanotechnology and dinosaur fossils are refreshed by newer travelling exhibits. The museum leaves visitors with an opened mind to the world of science and technology.
Settler's Green Outlet Village
2 Common Court NH North Conway, 03860
1 603 356 7031
Located on White Mountain and home to over 60 name brand outlet stores, this shopping center is a bargain hunter’s dream.
Jenney Museum
48 Summer Street MA Plymouth, 02360
1 508 474 4544
The Jenney Museum offers a comprehensive tour of Plymouth. Visitors can browse the exhibits or go on a variety of walking tours of the city, outstanding monuments, or thematic tours such as “Conversations with a Pilgrim Series.”
Marginal Way
Marginal Way Walkway ME Ogunquit, 03907
One of the most famous walking trails in New England. Originally built in 1925 and stretching 1.25 miles, this walk along memorial beaches and trails offers the most scenic views of the ocean.
Freeport Maine Outlets
95 Main Street ME Freeport, 04032
A myriad of outlet shops and the original store of L.L. Bean make for a day of great shopping at Freeport Maine Outlets.
Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch
307 Commercial Street MA Provincetown, 02657
1 800 826 9300
New England’s waters are home to several species of whales. Whale watching boats like Dolphin Fleet teach thousands of whale watchers each year about the magnificent, endangered creatures.
Biddy Early’s
141 Pearl St MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 654-9944
White Mountain National Forest
71 White Mountain Drive NH Campton, 03223
1 603 536 6100
New Hampshire shares the White Mountains with Boston and Canada. Climbers, adventurers, skiers, and walkers alike can enjoy the breathtaking views of the evergreen forests and high peaks.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
1 Faneuil Hall Square MA Boston, 02109
1 617 523 1300
Located in downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a beautiful cobblestone promenade. Visitors walk the outdoor retail carts, the shops, the pubs and restaurants, and the renowned Quincy market Colonnade, a historic market complex built in 1824.
Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way MA Boston, 02215
1 877 733 7699
Home to the Boston Red Sox, baseball legends, and the famous Green Monster, Fenway park is a historic ballpark.
Westport Country Playhouse
25 Powers Court CT Westport, 06880
1 203 227 4177
Founded in 1931,Westport Country Playhouse is a modernized barn, offers a variety of shows, family festivals, and talent. Complete with a gourmet restaurant, a visit to the playhouse is a guaranteed night of entertainment.
Gillete Stadium
One Patriot Place MA Foxborough, 02035
1 508 543 8200
Brimming with life and team pride, the stadium is home to the New England Patriots. From tailgates and games to shopping and tours, the stadium is a must see.
Waite’s Wharf
1 Waites Wharf RI Newport, 02840
1 800 960 4573
Enjoy an evening at Waite’s Wharf in downtown Newport, Rhode Island and enjoy outdoor dining and a gorgeous view of Newport harbor. The pier glittering with outdoor lights is home to a plethora of dining options and sunset views.
Hopkins Center For The Arts
2 East Wheelock Street NH Hanover, 03755
603 646 2422
The auditorium is located within the Dartmouth College campus and is home to the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra, Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, and Barbary Coast Jazz ensemble to name a few. The auditorium
Kingdom Trails
468 VT Route 114 VT East Burke, 05832
1 802 626 0737
Kingdom Trails unveils miles and miles of mountain bike and recreational paths. These award-winning trails mark it as a biker’s dream adventure.
Boston Symphony Orchestra
301 Massachusetts Avenue MA Boston, 02115
1 617 266 1492
With rich sound, and an even richer history, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is a must see for music lovers. From Tchaikovsky to Beethoven, the symphony does not fail to impress.
Merrill Auditorium
20 Myrtle Street ME Portland, 04101
1 603 646 2422
The stage at Merrill Auditorium is home to the Portland Symphony Orchestra, theater and dance performances, and concerts. Visitors can enjoy a variety of entertainment in the grandeur of the 1,900 seat auditorium.
Boston Brew Tours
443 Boylston Street MA Boston, 02445
1 617 453 8687
Travel the city of Boston sampling its greatest beers and food and a vibrant brewery history.
The Great Lost Bear
540 Forest Avenue ME Portland, 04101
1 207 772 0300
The Great Lost Bear boasts one of the largest brew selections in New England. This large bar is offers a large menu in addition to their brews, and is a Portland favorite.
Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Avenue, Avenue of the Arts MA Boston, 02115
1 617 267 9300
The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the oldest and most esteemed art museums in the United States, with its founding in 1876. Today it is home to nearly 450,000 works of art including galleries of European, Egyptian, and American art.
Portland Head Light
1000 Shore Road ME Cape Elizabeth, 04107
1 207 799 2661
The oldest lighthouse in Maine and the quintessential icon of New England. Home to a museum, park, and to an unparalleled, view of the sea.
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory
1281 Waterbury-Stowe Road, Route 100 VT Waterbury, 05676
1 802 882 1240
The Ben & Jerry’s Factory takes visitors into the story behind the pint. Guests are given a tour of the factory, a taste of ice cream flavors, and a sweet experience.
Hildene
1005 Hildene Road VT Manchester Village, 05254
1 802 362 1788
Hildene is a Georgian Revival mansion and home to the descendants of Abraham Lincoln. The estate includes the oldest residential pipe organ, blooming gardens, a carriage barn, and a Pullman Car Sunbeam, a 10 section luxury car from the late 1800s.
Church Street Market Place
2 Church Street VT Burlington, 05401
1 802 863 1648
Located in downtown Burlington, this open-air mall boasts over 100 stores and abundant dining opportunities. The award-winning mall is not just a place to shop and relax but it is also a hub of art, architecture, and history.

Restaurants

Palm Restaurant
1 International Place MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 867-9292
Family-owned since 1926, The Palm Boston serves prime steaks, whole lobster, Italian specialties, and award-winning wines in an elegant atmosphere.
James Hook & Co
15 Northern Ave MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 423-5501
Stop by this waterfront shanty to get your hands on the very best live lobster and prepared shellfish takeout.
The Barking Crab
88 Sleeper St MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 426-2722
Visit this lively waterfront joint with open-air picnic-table dining for delicious seafood and views of the Boston Harbor.
The Daily Catch Seaport
88 Sleeper St MA Boston, 02110
+1 (617) 772-4400
Head to this eatery for harbor views and Sicilian-style cooking. Enjoy sitting outdoors along the waterside and sip on a crafted cocktail from the lively bar.
Union Oyster House
41 Union St MA Boston, 02108
+1 (617) 227-2750
Visit Boston's oldest restaurant, serving seafood and New England specialties in a historic setting on the Freedom Trail.
Matunuck Oyster Bar
629 Succotash Road RI South Kingstown, 02879
1 401 783 4202
The East coast is well known for its prime seafood. Matunuck Oyster Bar offers the freshest seafood and refreshing views of Point Judith Pond.
Mike's Pastry
300 Hanover St MA Boston, 02113
+1 (617) 742-3050
Michael Mercogliano (the “Mike” behind the famed Mike's Pastry) created the one-of-a-kind cannoli that keeps loyal Bostonians and tourists coming from around the world to enjoy.
ON20
400 Columbus Boulevard CT Hartford, 06103
1 860 722 5161
Dinner at ON20 is upscale, innovative, and scenic. With views overlooking the Connecticut river, ON20 is a must for a high-end dining experience.
LA Burdick
220 Clarendon Street MA Boston, 02116
1 617 303 0113
This chocolate shop has two locations in Massachusetts, one in Boston and another in Cambridge. Stocked with fine chocolates and delicacies by chocolate connoisseur and owner Larry Burdick, these sweets are sure to please every visitor.
White Mountain Cider Company
207 Route 302 bartlett.NH.US Bartlett, 03838
1 603 383 9061
White Mountain Cider Company, a country store and deli offers a myriad of snacks and drinks that are uniquely New England.
Fore Street
288 Fore Street ME Portland, 04101
1 207 775 2717
Known for its unique friendly and rustic environment, Fore Street restaurant is praised as one of the most famous restaurants in Portland, Maine. This restaurant is eco-friendly, dedicated to local foods, and features a unique farm house atmosphere.
Cheers Boston
84 Beacon St MA Boston, 02108
+1 (617) 227-9605
A true Boston landmark, tourists visit this classic bar with iconic facade for pub grub, pints, and nostalgia.

Travel Info

Houlton International Airport (HUL)
19 Industrial Dr ME Houlton, 04730
+1 (207) 532-6223

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Travel Tips

The Freedom Trail

While some of Boston’s most popular sights can cost a pretty penny, The Freedom Trail is a complimentary journey into history. Visitors can enjoy this two-and-a-half-mile walking tour connecting 16 significant Boston landmarks by following the painted (or bricked) red line.

Maritime Maine

Maine has about 3,500 miles of coastline, more than California. Visit the seaside towns of Kennebunk and Cape Porpoise, the sandy beaches of Crescent Beach State Park and the Greater Region of York, or the more than 60 lighthouses that line the rocky ridges of Down East.

Explore Lake Champlain

Known as "New England's West Coast," Vermont's 110-mile long Lake Champlain is a spectacular combination of lake and mountain. Avoid crowded beaches and tourist traps with this local hideaway.

Start from Boston

Boston's Logan International Airport is New England's major gateway airport, offering a variety of flights from major and regional airports in the U.S. and overseas.

New England by Train

Skip the rental car and uncover the spectacular scenery and vibrant destinations of all six states by a variety of New England's historic train routes, including the 150-year-old Mount Washington Cog Railway to summit Mount Washington and Vermont's Microbrew Express, where passengers can sample five local beers.

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