New England – the Birthplace of America – is filled with outdoor adventures, rich history, cultural attractions, fascinating cities, scenic villages — along with delightful food and superb shopping at every turn. Discover brilliant fall foliage, expansive lakes, white sand beaches, lighthouses, panoramic mountain views, and restaurants with delicious seafood chowder, lobster, and blueberry pie. In New England, you’ll find a wealth of diverse travel experiences within just a few hour’s drive from Boston’s Logan International Airport.
Steven & Mike At JFK Library (Dorchester, Ma)
During the 4 seasons
What is so special about New England?
New England is a Very Special Place to live and work, it has an awesome place in United states history dating place into the 1600’s. New England is the oldest clearly defined region of the United States, being settled more than 150 years before the American Revolution. The first English colony in New England, Plymouth Colony, was established in 1620 by Pilgrims fleeing religious persecution in England; a French colony established in 1604 on Saint Croix Island, Maine had failed. One of the best places to start our journey in Plymouth Massachusetts where the Pilgrims landed in 1620, and pay our first visit to Plymouth Rock
Spring Time In New England
Is spring a good time to visit New England?
Yes … Springtime in New England is just so Awesome, this is the time of the year when we shake off our winters blue ans wen the sun shines brighter and the warm sun starts to help the grass to grow and flowers to poke the heads up out of the cold winter ground
The best time to visit New England depends on what you want to do while you’re there. There are four distinct seasons, each one bringing its own touch to the region. We particularly recommend visiting during late spring. The thawing spring temperatures bring wildflowers, and baseball when Boston’s Fenway Park opens.
Coming late and staying only briefly, spring in New England is often a disappointment.
The week or two of spring days in April, May and June are a delight, with cool temperatures in the evening and just the perfect degree of warmth during the day, in bright, clear sun.
But the delight of spring may be so brief that New England people joke “Oh, spring…yeah, last year it was on a Tuesday.”
In the countryside the thaw brings “mud time,” the period between frost and spring planting.
Mud time is the slowest season for tourist facilities, coming after ski season and before summer warmth and school vacations bring out the city folk.
The Summer is filled with outdoor adventures, rich history, cultural attractions, fascinating cities, scenic villages — along with delightful food and superb shopping at every turn. , expansive lakes, white sand beaches, lighthouses, panoramic mountain views, and restaurants with delicious seafood chowder, lobster, and blueberry pie. There are so many places to enjoy in New England in all six states
New England begins in late September and ends in late December, it marks the transition from summer to fall and know for it’s Discover brilliant colors fall foliage and picturesque beauty – September and October are the best months to visit, but depending on what exact area you’re visiting the trees can quickly change from fiery red to the barren in a matter of days. By keep in mind these leaf- peeping tips for your New England excursion, you’re sure to experience the magic of fall in the Northeast and in October we celebrate Halloween in the town known as “Witch City” of Salem Massachusetts where in 1692, the Salem witch trails occurred
Winter (December- April)
The Winter months in New England December, January, February are very cold and is if we get Snow is great for many different winter sports such as Snowmobiling, Snow skiing (Downhill, Cross Country skiing) and Ice Hockey, Downhill sledding, Ice Skating, Snow Tubing, Snow Shoeing, but after a great snow storm here it nice to see the trees covered with the snow, it can be hard to drive in the snow if you are not used to it and it’s important to have snow tires on your car during this winter months
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