The Boston Freedom Trail– Boston, MA – Follow the 2.5 mile red-brick walking trail in Boston to 16 nationally significant historic sites; each one an authentic American treasure.
Boston Museum of Fine Arts – Boston, MA – If the heart of a great museum is its collections, then the MFA is truly one of the greatest in the world.
Institute of Contemporary Art– Boston, MA – Located on Boston’s rehabilitated waterfront, the ICA strives to share the pleasures of reflection and inspiration that contemporary art offers.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum– Gardner, MA – Visitors were first welcomed to this museum on New Year’s Day in 1903 by Ms. Gardner herself. Today, three centuries of paintings, sculpture, tapestries, furniture and decorative art are featured on three floors of galleries.
Minute Man National Historical Park– Concord, MA – At Minute Man National Historical Park, the opening battle of the Revolution is brought to life as visitors explore the battlefields and witness the American revolutionary spirit through the writings of the Concord, Massachusetts authors.
Old Sturbridge Village– Sturbridge, MA – One of the country’s largest living history museums, OSV’s costumed historians offer an interactive museum experience to all visitors. Spend the day immersing yourself in the ingenuity of America with 59 historic buildings set on 200 acres.
The Springfield Museums – Springfield, MA – This collection of four world-class museums include the Michele & Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts, the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, the Springfield Science Museum and The Connecticut Valley Historical Museum.
Tower Hill Botanical Gardens– Boylston, MA – The Worcester County Horticultural Society, the third oldest horticultural society in the country, owns and operates the 132-acre Tower Hill Botanic Garden. Tower Hill features gardens, trails, an orangery, café, gift shop, library, signature events and adult classes. Get lost in the beauty of it, no matter the season.
Wachusett Mountain – Princeton, MA – Whatever the season, Wachusett Mountain is bustling with activities. Take a ride on the chair lift to view the colors of New England, ski the many trails or enjoy a summer concert.
Worcester Art Museum– Worcester, MA – This world-renowned museum features ever-changing special exhibitions and a 35,000 piece permanent collection. Acclaimed for the quality of its European and North American artwork, the museum brings alive its collection through a series of exhibitions each year.
Worcester Historical Museum– Worcester, MA – The Smiley Face and the Valentine are just a couple of iconic creations that originated in Worcester. From pre-revolution-era to today, explore the contributions Worcester has made to our country and culture at this local museum.