Travel to New England...

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New England - the birthplace of America - is filled with rich history, cultural attractions, fascinating cities, scenic villages, and outdoor adventures at every turn.

Discover white sand beaches, and lighthouses, brilliant fall foliage, expansive lakes, panoramic mountain views, and dockside 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 hours drive of Boston's Logan International Airport.

Discover why visitors travel back to New England again and again...

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...Whatever the Season

  • Spring

    Maple sugaring cues the advent of spring, a showcase for New England's love of gardening. Festivals celebrate daffodils, tulips and lupines, lilac, roses and dogwood.
  • Summer

    Since New England is on the same latitude as Rome, summers are hot. Hit the beaches from Rhode Island to Maine; cool off on lakes and in forests.
  • Fall

    New England's fall foliage is legendary. In autumn, the warm days and crisp nights help the leaves change from green to a tapestry of colour.
  • Winter

    Go in winter for snow and crisp sunny days, for skiing and snowboarding in the mountains, city breaks with great shopping, theatre and museums.


Farm-to-Table in Maine

Many of Maine’s restaurants, inns, hotels and lodges are proud to be part of the burgeoning farm-to-table movement and, wherever possible, use fish, meat, organic produce and naturally grown fruit that come from local farmers, fishermen and suppliers. Maine Insiders, like award-winning author/chef Kathy Gunst, take inspiration from cooking, gardening, foraging and storytelling in true Maine tradition. Enthusiasts love the state's vibrant culinary scene which has gained national attention for world-class chefs. Portland - named "America's Foodiest Small Town" (Bon Appetit) and one of the top five "Most Delicious Destinations" (Food Network) - is home to four of the state's five winners of the coveted James Beard Award. But award-winning dishes are found at heralded restaurants throughout the state. Best known for lobster, Maine offers abundant seafood including oysters, clams and fresh haddock. Food festivals (Taste of Bar Harbor, Portland’s Harvest on the Harbor, Kennebunkport Food Festival) and local farm stands also showcase Maine’s exceptional farm-to-table movement. For more information, visit

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