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Things to do in Massachusetts

  • Great Point and Coatue

    Four-wheeling out on Nantucket’s remote, northeastern sand spits (which together form the Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge) lets you experience the i... More
  • Gristmill Gallery

    A pair of former New Yorkers owns this Eastham gallery, which sells Colonial-era benches and chests, and paintings of local landscapes. More
  • Gull Pond

    One of the secret springs left over from the Ice Age, hidden deep in the Wellfleet and Truro woods. The water is exquisitely clear and silky. More
  • Gypsy

    A fashion boutique fit for the streets of Los Angeles or New York City, Gypsy was founded by stylist Paola Gonfrade in 2003 to offer shoppers more ... More
  • Halibut Point State Park

    Explore all 30 miles including the breathtaking views and uncrowded beaches of the coast along route 1A; stop in the fishing town of Gloucester (ma... More
  • Hancock Shaker Village

    Head west along the Mass Pike toward Hancock Shaker Village, the Shaker Museum & Library in Old Chatham, and what is left of the buildings that onc... More
  • Hancock Tower

    As the tallest building in Boston, the John Hancock Tower is hard to miss. Designed by Henry N. Cobb of IM Pei & Partners (now Pei Cobb Freed & Par... More
  • Harvard Square

    Founded in 1630 as the colonial village of Newtowne, Cambridge's thronged central square today is filled with chain stores and roving students—not ... More
  • Hostetler Gallery

    During World War II, a Red Cross volunteer gave David Hostetler something to draw with while he was recovering from a wound. From that beginning ca... More
  • Iggy’s Bread of the World

    Iggy's, a brick storefront sandwiched between a lumber supply warehouse and a fire station in Cambridge's industrial area, supplies many of the ci... More
  • Il Sandalo of Capri

    Although they’re not technically from Capri—in fact, the company was founded in Naples 30-odd years ago—Il Sandalo’s elegant custom-made sandals ar... More
  • Injeanius

    Whether you’re short, tall, curvy or skinny, in-jean-ius has the right denim to fit your body. The North End boutique stocks more than 30 brands of... More
  • Institute of Contemporary Art

    The first museum built in Boston in more than a century, the Institute of Contemporary Art opened in Fort Point in 2006. The museum houses a perfor... More
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    This eclectic museum occupies a meticulous replica of a Venetian palazzo and showcases an unparalleled collection of old masters, Gothic tapestries... More
  • Jack's Boat Rental

    There’s no better way to explore the coast than by water, and Jack’s will outfit you with kayaks, canoes, and Sunfish sailboats. They’ll even arran... More

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