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Massachusetts was where the original colonists settled and it has a lot of historically significant things to see and do. There are also plenty of parks and family friendly places to make any trip to Massachusetts one to remember.
In action since 1742, Faneuil Hall was called “the cradle of liberty” by the founding fathers. There are 70 shops and 40 office, this is a central hub of activity in downtown Boston. Local shops, amazing restaurants, and music and street performers make this a unique place to hang out. Spend about 2 hours here having lunch and doing some shopping.
This is a unique mile and a half long ribbon of green space right in the city. It’s broken down into five separate areas – Chinatown Parks, Dewey Square Parks, Fort Point Channel Parks, Wharf District Parks, and North End Parks. There’s fountains, food vendors, farmer’s markets, plus story times and activity carts for kids. Spend an afternoon here while you’re in the city.
Decorated with a unique and rare collection of curios, that’s how the owner gave the shop it’s name. It’s a small shop and only seats fifteen people, it has an old European vibe. They serve espresso, hot chocolate, and deliciously sweet and crunchy waffles in wax paper to go. Stop in for a coffee when you’re in the area.
Built in 1852, The Brewster Store has changed very little over the years. The second floor contains the Strawberry Patch gift shop and the old Brewster Post Office which houses advertising antiques and posters from WWII. You’ll find oil lamps, tee shirts, candy, books, and unique toys .Spend an hour or so here to get a good look at everything.
This is a popular spot in the Berkshires for boating, watersports, and fishing. There’s also plenty of hiking, biking, and swimming spots. In the winter, ice fishing is popular along with cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Get a vacation rental on the lake and stay for a relaxing few days.