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 A Salem Witch TourMost people know the Salem Witch Trials best through Arthur Miller’s classic play, The Crucible – but go on a Salem witch tour, and you’ll quickly discover that those chilling events weren’t fictional.


Snow Country: Winter Activities in Vermont

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Winter activities in Vermont

Vermont is the ultimate winter destination, located just a few hours from Boston. Whether you’re skiing the slopes or strolling one of the state’s 100 covered bridges with a cup of hot cocoa, there are lots of great winter activities in Vermont to keep you occupied.


The historical splendour of the Newport Mansions

With spectacular coastal scenery, awe-inspiring architecture and a thriving waterfront, the Rhode Island village of Newport is a perfect little getaway, just an hour from Boston. With 11 stunning historical properties situated within the area, the Newport Mansions remain a star attraction for those seeking to discover over 250 years worth of remarkable American history.


Edgar Harbor Light House | Martha's Vineyard Guide

Fancy spending your summer holidays in New England? A tiny island off Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard is big on personality, with plenty of beautiful natural scenery and seaside fun to enjoy. Take a look at our Martha’s Vineyard guide for the best things to do on the island.


A Gourmet's Guide to Lobster Season in Maine

To many people, it just isn’t summer without cracking a few lobsters in the Maine sunshine. With a year-round lobster industry that’s centuries old and 6,000-plus lobstermen, Maine is home to some serious lobster love. Here are a few of the best ways to enjoy Lobster season in Maine.


Boston Berkshires | Mount Greylock

More than a century ago, The Berkshires were known as a warm weather haven for elite, wealthy Bostonians and New Yorkers who just “had to get away”. Now, no longer a mysterious hideout for the super rich, there are plenty of things to do in the Berkshires for all budgets.