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Why Massachusetts makes a good choice?

With it's countless historic sites, plus legendary seafood, ample nature, & culture galore.
Art, music, colonial history, patriotic landmarks, shopping, idyllic beaches, laid-back islands, succulent seafood - Massachusetts has something for everyone. As one of the original 13 colonies, Massachusetts has preserved more than its share of historic landmarks from as far back as pilgrim days. Western Massachusetts is hilly, with abundant nature and inviting cultural opportunities throughout.

Best time to visit Massachusetts

The very warmest time to visit Massachusetts, the hottest months are July, August, and then June. The best time to visit Boston is from June to October. Mild fall weather makes touring around on foot a joy. And even though summer brings in swarms of tourists and expensive hotel rates, the sidewalk cafes, baseball games and outdoor concerts make it worth a trip. The snow in winter varies from a small amount to heavy snow storms. The best time to visit Boston is between June and November.

Why Massachusetts is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

From quaint Cape Cod to historic, bustling Boston, from the green-forested Berkshires to the upscale beach paradise of Martha's Vineyard, it is bursting with potential for unforgettable honeymoons. Nature-lovers can escape and recreate in the rolling hills, urban explorers can zip around Boston hopping from hometown pubs to fancy opera houses, and beach-lovers can explore the state's seemingly endless coasts and small islands to their heart's content.

Adventure activities in Massachusetts

Massachusetts is full of exciting places to explore. In the spring, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, and cheering on the Red Sox at historic Fenway Park. In the summer, soaking up the sun on gorgeous beaches, white water rafting, whale watching, putt sinking, ice cream eating. In the fall, leaf peeping at the brilliant foliage, losing your voice at a Patriots game at Gillette Stadium; petting goats, picking apples and sipping cider at any number of picture perfect small farms; and yep, still cheering on the Sox.