Come along and learn about the birthplace of a city and a country. Hear how it all started, from the Puritans to Prohibition, the Sons of Liberty to the Kennedy Clan – in a bar!
Newport is famous for it's gorgeous mansions and beautiful beaches. Located just outside of Boston, it makes a perfect destination for a day trip.
Relive history with a journey back in time to Battle Trail. Visit Harvard Yard and view Cambridge Common where George Washington took control of the Continental Army.
Follow in the steps of the Pilgrims and set sail for Plymouth, America's Hometown. Visit Plimoth Plantation, a living re-creation of the small farming and maritime community built by the Pilgrims along the shore of Plymouth Harbour.
Whether it is witches or authors, museums or shopping, you will find Salem to be an enjoyable city. Travel north from Boston through historic Marblehead, the birthplace of the American Navy and then head to Salem to explore attractions in the area.
Visit a local chocolaterie and have a tour of their kitchens and learn how they make chocolate. Afterwards, have a visit to a local winery to study the art of wine making...and tasting.
Soak in the last moments of a warm summer as autumn sets over Cape Cod. The multicolored splendor of New England’s foliage offers a superb accent to the already beautiful vistas of the magical land south of Boston.
Admire the unique and stunning scenery of New England's spectacular coast! The charming views of New England's Tri-State coastline will delight you (and your camera). Visit Hampton Beach and former USA President Bush's summer home.
The early story of America's Industrial Revolution is commemorated at Lowell National Historical Park in the midst of this lively city. Get an in-depth look into the past on this ranger-guided history tour.
For fans of the Gilded Age, yachts, mansions and millionaires, this tour includes visits to a variety of places associated with the rich and famous. Tour Mrs. Vanderbilt´s seventy-room summer home on 11 acres of ocean front land, The Breakers.
Sit back and enjoy the sea, sky and wind on a delightful cruise across the blue waters of Vineyard Sound into Oak Bluffs. Martha's Vineyard covers 100 square miles and is home to six separate towns.