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Discover New England
New England is area made up of 6 states and includes beautiful scenery and places to see such as Boston, Newport and Bar Harbour, with white sandy beaches, lighthouses and panoramic views it is certainly an area of the USA which is worth exploring.
Boston is the gateway city to New England, it is a great city to explore on foot and a good place to start is the Freedom Trail which is a 2.5 mile walk where you can discover some of the most important sights of the city. These include the Old State House (with its British lion and unicorn) , Paul Revere’s House (built in 1680, the oldest home in downtown) and the two-century-old USS Constitution, still the oldest commissioned warship afloat. Another place to visit is Cheers Bar, it was opened in 1969 with the show running from 1982 until 1993 and was voted the best comedy show of all time. The bar itself is full of all memorabilia from the show and you can enjoy a drink there or have a great meal and grab a souvenir.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace is one of America’s most popular tourist destinations. As you visit the old market halls that have been converted into restaurants and shops, you’ll be entertained by a whole host of street performers. Built in 1742, Faneuil Hall has a rich political history where meeting topics have ranged from independence from Britain to the abolition of slavery. Boston has a beautiful harbour with several boat trips and you may even spot a whale! Of course not to be missed is University of Cambridge and Harvard, you feel like you are back in Britain again. The north end of Boston is the Italian area and it is the oldest residential neighbourhood and you can follow the Freedom Trail to here to Hanover Street, it is a hive of restaurants and bakeries. There is also the areas of Charlestown, the historic Fenway Park, Copley Square, Boston common, The Rose Kennedy Greenway and The Long Wharf.
North of Boston you will find the maritime town of Salem, infamous for the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. To the south sits the city of Plymouth, home to the first community of Pilgrim Fathers. Visit the Plimoth Plantation a living history museum and the Mayflower II. At the south-eastern corner of the state lies the stylish guest houses, boutique hotels and quaint seafood restaurants. From here you can see the whitewashed docks of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Newport / Rhode Island This area is full of amazing mansions and still home to celebrities such as Taylor Swift and where many of the mansions have been used in movies such as Rosecliffe Mansion for the Great Gatsby. The mansions are perfect examples from the Colonial, Victorian and Gilded Ages and some are now open to the public. Rhode Island’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary is ideal for whale watching. There are several whale watching cruises that head out into the Atlantic to search for humpback, minke, and others as they feed in the summer.
The White Mountains is where you will find Mount Washington, it is the highest mountain in the northeast where lakes, ponds, rivers, and the sea meet together. New Hampshire boasts some of the region’s best skiing and hiking terrain—the White Mountains are home to the Appalachian Mountain Club’s High Huts, an alpine experience providing much needed hot meals. It has numerous ski resorts perfect for downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Tax-free shopping means visitors can enjoy all that towns and cities have to offer for less. The coastal city of Portsmouth has a vibrant culture of dining and history, including the Strawbery Banke Museum, a living history museum great for the whole family. You can take a Brewery Tour to see the sights and sample some local beer.
The Green Mountains is where you will find the covered bridges, the Lincoln family home along with Burlington a beautiful city with a waterfront park plus a homestead museum. Montpellier is the smallest state capital in the USA with its golden dome Vermont State House and Hubbard Park. And not to be missed is a visit to a sugar farms where they make the maple syrup.
Bar Harbour known for its stunning coastal beauty with its yachts and lobster boats and its view of the islands which surround it. With a variety of shops and restaurants. Well worth a walk is the historic shore path created in 1880 which starts near the town pier and Agamont Park and is ½ mile long. Off the short to the east is Porcupine Islands and Bar Island can be accessed by foot at low tide and provides a stunning view of Bar Harbour with the backdrop of the mountains behind it. Bar Harbour is also the gateway to Acadia National Park where you could spot a moose or bear.
Portland is a city in Maine largest city. A place for lighthouses and lobster, the old port with its cobbled streets is the place to visit to enjoy the seafood. There are several lighthouses to see from Portland Head Lighthouse, to Cape Elizabeth Lighthouse and Ram Island Ledge Light Station.
Many visitors prefer to visit New England in the Fall which is September through to early November the temperatures average around 7-10 degrees when the air is crisp and cool. Peak foliage season in typically early to mid October and the fall colour starts in Main and New Hampshire in September and then moves south.
This is an amazing area to see and our specialists will help you make the most of your time in New England.
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