Massachusetts

Massachusetts Travel Guide

This 37-member consortium of Berkshire-area dealers from Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York is a go-to source for fine American furniture, Delft earthenware, French finials.

This complex has it all—over 50 dealers under a single roof selling everything from antique high chairs to Oriental rugs.

This fishermen's hangout is a mecca for townies. If you’re an exhibitionist you can sit in the window and be seen by passersby.

The bright-yellow vessel operated by Beachcomber Boat Tours offers seal-watching tours or drop-offs of passengers at North Beach (and pickups later).

Walk these 600 acres of windswept dunes, hiking trails, and unspoiled coastline.

The gallery features local artists including Linda Post.

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.

Located in the back section of Michelle Willey's exclusive design boutique in the South End, Vessels Gallery specializes in ceramic arts.

A family-operated business, Nantucket Wine & Spirits specializes in helping customers find just the right spirit for whatever the occasion. The owners, the Walsh family—take great pride in their customer service—helping patrons make just the right food and wine pairings.

Formerly a traditional Irish pub, Dbar is now a restaurant and nightclub offering a combination of New American cuisine, handcrafted cocktails, and late night dance parties.

The only Le Corbusier-built structure in the United States, the Carpenter Center stands in stark contrast to its more staid neighbors on Harvard Yard in Cambridge.

Overseas Adventure Travel was founded in 1978 by former schoolteacher Judi Wineland, who was inspired to enter the industry after a trip to Africa.

Although relatively small in size, this waterfront community is also Boston’s oldest and most storied residential area, as it was first settled back in the 1630's and is home to historic structures such as the Old North Church (1723) and Paul Revere House (1680). During the first few decades on t