See And Do
One of the most exciting New England activities available; a three to four hour narrated boat excursion to visit the great whales that come to feed off the coast of Massachusetts each Spring to Autumn. Seldom seen by humans, these great whales are one of nature’s most extraordinary sights.
Boston really is a “city of culture”, with world class cultural attractions such as the Museum of Fine Arts and in Cambridge you can take a free tour of the MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University.
Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall have a “Covent Garden” feel and...read more.
Martha's Vineyard is a well-known summer retreat for the rich and famous. Many celebrities have holiday homes here. The island is located just...read more.
The Norman Rockwell Museum in historic Stockbridge, Massachusetts present an illustrated chronicle of American life and the nation's ideals of kindness, tolerance, democracy and freedom illuminated by Rockwell's spirit, wisdom and gentle humour.
Thousands of people flock to Cape Cod each year to go whale watching. Most watch whales from boats, but in the spring, you can visit the Cape and watch whales from shore.
Ever been up close and personal with a 50-foot, 40-ton whale? Once you have, it's an experience you won't soon forget.
That experience can be yours to behold in Massachusetts, one of the top-ten whale-watching spots in the world, according to the World Wildlife Fund.