Massachusetts Travel Guide

About Massachusetts

Massachusetts is a U.S. state in New England known for its significant Colonial history. In Boston, its capital, the Freedom Trail is a walking route of sites related to the American Revolution. These include the Bunker Hill Monument, commemorating the war’s first major battle in 1775. The city is also home to the Museum of Fine Arts and other notable institutions. The Red Sox pro baseball team plays at Fenway Park.

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Arts Dune Tours

Take a tour of the peaked hill bars historic district sand dunes on the Provincetown Cape Cod National Seashore protected lands. Make your Provincetown vacation memories extra special with this delightful look into the natural beauty of the Cape Cod Sand Dunes and the true New England tradition of steamed lobster, clams, corn, and of course Clam Chowder or Portuguese Kale Soup.


Cape Kayaking

Get down and dirty and forage for your food along the mud flats and sandbars of the Nauset Estuary. Our Nauset Marsh Low Tide tour offers the possibility to dig up some clams during the break between paddling. While exploring the marsh with us we will teach you about the various types of clams, their habitat and lifecycle, and show you various ways to find them using traditional techniques. Make sure to inquire with your guide at the beginning of the Nauset Marsh Low Tide tour about shellfishing. This is a great trip for kids and adults alike.


Stick n’ Rudder Aero Tours

Experience Cape Cod with a “birds eye view” of the magnificent beaches, the newest ocean breakthrough, and the large volume of local harbor seals. If you look closely you may even see a Great White Shark (no guarantees on the shark though). Other sights include the wreck of the SS James Longstreet target ship sunken in the bay, and the Provincetown Monument. Our professional pilots will point out these and similar areas of interest, provide some Cape Cod history and answer questions while you enjoy the lovely scenery.


Heritage Adventure Park

Heritage Museums & Gardens strives to provide visitors with great experiences that align with our mission to promote outdoor discovery and build strong families. This new educational experience offers great opportunities for visitors to learn about trees and the environment that will surround the aerial experience. The Adventure Park is sited on land that hasn’t been open to the public before – the place where Charles Dexter’s famous hybridized rhododendron seedlings were tested.


Provincetown Bar Crawl

The ultimate Provincetown Bar Crawl. After doing extensive research on the best bars, cocktail lounges, and pubs in the area, I gathered my group of vagabonds and we set off. Our initial goal was 7 bars. However, we were only able to make it to 4 and I blame that on the incredible atmospheres and drinks of the locations and, of course, the alcohol.


Cape Cod Foodie Tour

Cape Cod Foodie Tours is a seasonal walking food tour company which presents an exceptional culinary experience. We ask that you put on your walking shoes and get ready to step behind the scenes as tour operators expertly guide you to a number of Cape Cod’s independently owned iconic and ethnic eateries. Cape Cod Foodie Tours was created with a desire to showcase the local food scene on Cape Cod in addition to offering historical and cultural information about Hyannis.


Cape Cod Guide

With its dune-lined beaches, atmospheric towns filled with shingled cottages, and quaint seafood shacks, it’s no wonder Cape Cod is the quintessential beach getaway. A crescent-shaped peninsula on the Atlantic Ocean with timeless appeal, Cape Cod is Family and LGBT-friendly, as well as a favorite summer escape for travelers.