Visit the most interesting museums in the state
. Walk through the most beautiful parks near Boston
. Cross the state and see its legendary nature.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is a peculiar and attractive place. It offers the incredible beauty of nature, the picturesque beauties of which are often filmed, a huge number of various museums and other unique cultural sites.
Our journey begins in the state capital, Boston. We pass through its beautiful surroundings, visit interesting scientific and cultural museums and even see with your head in the clouds.
Outside Boston, there are also many interesting things - protected areas and picturesque parks, fascinating excursions to museums and unique zoos. A family trip to Massachusetts helps to slightly dilute the everyday bustle and experience new emotions.
Crossing Massachusetts. State Nature and Culture
4 days itinerary by Edward Harrington - Families with Kids, Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture - Car, 2 Hotels
Road Trip Categories: Families with Kids, Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture
Day 1: Boston: getting ready for the journey
Today we make the necessary preparations for the trip and dilute the day with a visit to a French restaurant.
Visiting: Boston, Hartford
Day 2: Unique Boston and its surroundings
This day promises to be really special: the day offers fascinating excursions to unique museums, walks in nature and in the city. We are going to walk around Boston and visit its famous attractions.
Visiting: Boston, Weston, Cambridge, Waltham, Brookline, Southbridge, Hartford
Day 3: State nature and culture
We have a lot of interesting things planned for today: leaving Boston, we visit many unique natural and protected places, check out interesting museums and zoos, and also enjoy local culinary on the way.
Visiting: Boston, Worcester, Natick, Framingham, Wellesley, Southbridge, Hartford
Day 4: Leaving Massachusetts
Today is the final day of our journey. We leave Massachusetts and head to Connecticut, the home state of the great writer Mark Twain. Before going home, we check out a museum dedicated to his life and work.
Visiting: Southbridge, Hartford