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Archetypal America, Massachusetts – one of the original 13 colonies - celebrates the history of the American Revolution. From the cobbled streets and pilgrim villages in Salem to the old ports in Nantucket, Massachusetts embodies the old world charm of America. Visit lighthouses on sandy beaches, sail serenely past seaside homes and delight in truly spectacular autumn colours.
Be prepared to fall in love with Boston, with its strong colonial heritage and rich maritime tradition. Take the three-mile Freedom Trail for the best introduction to this most European of American cities, a popular walking circuit of sites connected to the American Revolution. These patriotic landmarks include the Bunker Hill Monument, which commemorates one of the first major battles of the American Revolutionary War, Faneuil Hall, the ‘cradle of liberty’ where revolutionaries (and later abolitionists) would meet, and Paul Revere’s House, home of the American patriot who famously rode through the night to warn local militia of the approach of British forces.
Boston is also home to Harvard University and countless fine museums, not to mention Boston University Bridge, the only place in the world where a boat can sail under a train going under a vehicle driving beneath a plane.
As appealing as Boston is, find time to head out to the holiday islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, just south of Cape Cod, for beaches, bluffs, glorious sunsets, charming villages, seaside beauty, waterside restaurants and distinctive lighthouses. Nearby New Bedford was once the world’s foremost whaling centre and inspired Herman Melville to write Moby Dick.