Rich with History, there is so much to do in Massachusetts
Boston is New England’s best known city and while you should not miss the opportunity to walk the Freedom Trail and see the city sights, there is so much more to Massachusetts. Massachusetts is rich with the nation’s history. Explore Lexington and Concord, site of the first battle of the American Revolution: Plimoth Plantation, Sturbridge Village, and hundreds of other museums and attractions. The Massachusetts coast includes charming fishing villages, the 65-mile-long curving arm of Cape Cod, and the offshore islands, such as Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Explore inland and discover colonial villages, historic mill towns, and bustling modern cities. Western Massachusetts includes the Pioneer Valley and the Berkshires, both noteworthy for their beauty, rural nature, and cultural heritage.