Massachusetts is as famous for history, beaches and culture as it is for its world-famous universities. Begin with a visit to Boston, the ultimate college town; walk along the Freedom Trail starting at Faneuil Hall, ride on the famous swan boats of Boston Common and tour the city’s great theaters and fine dining restaurants. History lovers will revel in the Revolutionary War battlefields of Lexington, Concord and Lincoln. And anyone looking for an escape will love the relaxing, nautical spirit of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.

Massachusetts is known as "The Bay State" because of its proximity to several bays including Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay and it's also recognized as the The “Old Colony State”  because of the original Plymouth colony.

For more information, visit the Massachusetts tourism official website.



Cape Cod


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Massachusetts Best Burgers

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A Top 40 US Restaurant of 2016

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Massachusetts Hotels

Massachusetts Spas

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