Explore the most populous state in the northeastern United States with scenic, historic, and educational tours.
Most Popular Cities in Massachusetts
The capital city of Massachusetts is one of the best cities in America. The city is full of many attractions including historic sites, beautiful green & blue space, educational and cultural sites. .
Boston At Night
Home to the world-famous Harvard University, Cambridge city of Massachusetts boasts many attractions such as art museums and historic sites.
Harvard University, Cambridge
The coastal city of Massachusetts is famous for its beaches, seafood, lighthouses, and charming towns.
Martha’s Vineyard is an island on southern Cape Cod. Being famous as a summer colony, the island boasts having sandy beaches, lighthouses, and farmland.
Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod
Provincetown is a small coastal resort town in Massachusetts that is blessed with beaches, harbor, artists, and many historic attractions.
Whether you want to explore the culture, history, nature, arts, or sports, Plymouth has everything for you. It offers tours by air, land, and water.
Known for the witch trials of the 17th century, Salem has preserved the historic artifacts and also boasts having museum, cemetery, and beautiful fall foliage in autumn.
Situated in western Massachusetts, Berkshires is a hub for outdoor adventures like hiking and water sports and also performance centers.
The coastal city of Gloucester in Massachusetts has many attractions that include beaches, whale watch cruises, artists’ colony, historic houses & museums, seafood restaurants. It is also popular for fishing.
With the Lighthouse Beach, Chatham Railroad Museum, and wildlife refuge, the seaside town Chatham in Massachusetts has become a major attraction for tourists.
Popular Destinations in Massachusetts
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Art lovers should not miss out on this one of the largest art museums in Boston. It boasts a collection of over 450000 fine arts from ancient Egypt to modern America.
Stretched along 2.5 miles in downtown Boston, the Freedom Trail boasts having a unique collection of parks, churches, museums, and historic sites that reveal the history of America.
Sports lovers should visit this baseball park in Boston that is also home for the Boston Red Sox.
Boston Public Garden
Spend your weekend with family and friends in this large park of Boston where you can enjoy greenery, beautiful flora, boating, fountains, and a lagoon.
Discover 34 islands, parks, and peninsulas on this natural harbor in Boston that offers various outdoor recreation, relaxation, and learning activities.
Museum of Science
The science museum located in Boston has many interactive exhibits making children learn through fun. It also has an indoor zoo.
Cape Cod National Seashore
Beach lovers can enjoy beautiful views and trails along the 40-mile Cape Cod National Seashore that includes ponds, woods, and beaches to make you feel serene!
Old Sturbridge Village
Visit this living history museum that recreates the life of the 18th to 19th century in New England. It is well maintained with a hands-on and interactive experience for visitors.
Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum
Art lovers are welcome to this amazing museum that has a great collection of European, Asian, and American art. The collection includes paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts.
Boston Children’s Museum
Make your children learn through fun! This museum has hands-on educational exhibits and playing area for children under 11.
The Harvard Square and Museum of Natural History
Harvard Square is a triangular plaza in Cambridge where you will find the history, art, education, and entertainment all in one place.
Franklin Park Zoo
This historic park located in Boston comprises of a zoo, golf course, and arboretum. So, animal lovers, greenery lovers, and golf enthusiasts can enjoy visiting this park.
Bunker Hill Monument
This historic granite obelisk was designed to honor the battle of Bunker Hill. It has 294 steps and offers scenic views from the top.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Shopaholics should visit this historic shopping center with historic market buildings, stores, restaurants, and a promenade. Foodies also can enjoy food in various restaurants here.
Visit the waterfront monument which is popular as a historical landmark in Massachusetts. It is the storied rock where the Mayflower Pilgrims first landed in the 17th century.