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Things to do in Massachusetts

  • Stone Hill Center

    Art and architecture buffs have a new reason to head to the Berkshires this summer: the Stone Hill Center, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao A... More
  • Susan Baker Memorial Museum

    The property isn’t quite a museum; rather, it’s the atelier of the artist, who creates 3-D paintings inspired by her travels and Cape Cod scenery. More
  • Temper Chocolates

  • The Brown Jug

    For picnic supplies, check out the Brown Jug, a gourmet grocery in Sandwich. They’ll also put together a basket for you, complete with cloth napkin... More
  • The City Bar

    This clubby, sophisticated hotel bar is a singles hot spot—and Boston's best place to sample artisanal cocktails. Chef and sometime mixologist Robe... More
  • The Clark

    The new Stone Hill Center was desined by Pritzker-winner Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The original museum is a glowing white-marble temple desine... More
  • The Club Car

    This downtown institution, which partly occupies an early-1900’s Pullman train coach, is actually a full-scale restaurant. But though islanders hav... More
  • The Enormous Room

    A rotating cast of top turntablists spins an ever-changing mix of hip-hop, rare groove, and mellow electronica in this ironically tiny space. The n... More
  • The Hub

    This downtown newsstand has been a popular spot in Nantucket for many years. Although mainly a place to pick up a newspaper (mailboxes inside were ... More
  • The Kite Store

    The colorful display outside the beachfront shop makes for a popular photo spot in P-town. More
  • The Lion's Paw

    If you had only a few hours in which to outfit your entire summer cottage—from dining room to bedroom to bath—it wouldn’t be a bad idea to make thi... More
  • The Middle East

    Hearty platters of falafel and hummus gave this Central Square club its name, but it’s the wide variety of live music that’s made its reputation. A... More
  • The Shell Shop

    A beaded mermaid curtain sets the tone at the kitschy Shell Shop, in Provincetown, opened in 1978 to supply beach houses up and down the Cape with ... More
  • The Southfield Store

    This onetime general store and gas station now sells local edibles—including croissants, pies, and a changing slate of house-made gelatos like coco... More
  • The Steamship Authority

    To get there, take the car ferry from Wood's Hole, MA, to Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard. It’s a short, pretty trip through calm waters. $130 round... More

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