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Things to do in Massachusetts

  • Endeavor Sailing Tours

    Between May and October, visitors to Nantucket can get a glimpse of the island as it was meant to be seen: from the water, and under sail. Captain ... More
  • Envi

    At Envi, eco-friendly clothing designs from Stewart & Brown and Edun, and shoes by Terra Plana, prove that chic and green are not mutually exclusiv... More
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    Fenway Park

    The home field of the Boston Red Sox is a vivid throwback to the golden era of baseball. The park remains much the same as when it opened in 1912, ... More
  • Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

    The concrete box, designed by architects Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo in 1975, contains a concert hall and a little-known contemporary art gallery... More
  • Flour Bakery + Café

    The sweet and savory creations of Pastry Chef/Owner Joanne Chang and her talented staff have made Flour Bakery + Café a Boston institution. Located... More
  • Flyer’s Boat Shop & Rentals

    Flyer’s Boat Shop & Rental, in Provincetown, runs a funky service out to the wild, sandy spit where the Atlantic and the bay meet. If you'd like, t... More
  • Flying Horses Carousel

    In the village of Oak Bluffs, check out the Flying Horses Carousel, and 1876 amusement that retains its original glass eyes and horsehair trimmings... More
  • Formaggio Kitchen

    Foodies love this gourmet shop for its huge selection of French jams, Tuscan honeys, and Asian teas—but cheeses are the main draw. The owners seek ... More
  • Fort Point Channel

    In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, this waterway—which separates South Boston from downtown—was surrounded by scores of busy warehouses, wh... More
  • Gale Force Bike Rentals

    Rent a bike at Gale Force Bike Rentals in Provincetown, pick up a map, and ride five miles along scenic High Head Road to the Cape Cod Highland Lig... More
  • Globe Corner Bookstore

    This Harvard Square bookstore has sparked countless travel dreams and plans. Now located in a bright, spacious store, the Globe's vast selection of... More
  • Good

    This storefront on Charles Street in historic Beacon Hill has become a favorite with locals for unique jewelry, gifts, and home accessories. Hand-p... More
  • Goose Hummock

    For guided kayak trips with naturalists or sport fishing charters, turn to Goose Hummock, the area’s aquatic experts. More
  • Grand Circle Travel

    It’s fitting that AARP and Grand Circle Travel share the same founder, Ethel Andrus, since Grand Circle Travel specializes in arranging easy-paced ... More
  • Great Falls Discovery Center

    Head north to Turners Falls and bike the four-mile Canalside Rail Trail over the Connecticut River. More

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