From quiet country towns to bustling seaports, there’s always something new to explore in Massachusetts.
Tower Hill –in the inviting town of Boylston, Massachusetts— is the home of the Worcester County Horticultural Society, which traces its origins back to the 1840s.
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While New Bedford, Massachusetts, receives only a brief mention in Herman Mellville’s classic, Moby Dick, you know you’re in “The Whaling City” within moments after turning onto the JFK Memorial Highway.
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As soon as you step foot onto the island of Nantucket, just 14 miles long and 3.5 miles wide off the coast of Cape Cod, you just know you’re somewhere special.
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Despite being home to nearly 60,000 residents, with a population density similar to that of Cambridge, Brookline, Massachusetts, still stubbornly calls itself a “town,” not a city.
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With enough people to make the streets hum, most shops and restaurants still open, and pleasant weather, a slightly off-season visit to Provincetown, Massachusetts at the tip of Cape Cod offers the best of both worlds.
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The village of Shelburne Falls is an anomaly in that it spans two towns – Shelburne and Buckland, both of which offer much to explore on a crisp fall day.
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The former mill city of Lowell, Massachusetts, has been working hard to establish itself as a top-notch spot in the state for education, history, and culture.
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