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Charlotte Rhoades Park & Butterfly Garden

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Bring a picnic and enjoy dreamy coastal views while watching butterflies dance amid blooming perennials, annuals, and shrubs... Read More »

Down East Sunrise Trail

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Walk, ride (horses or ATVs), or pedal along an 85-mile rail-conversion trail. This crushed-gravel route runs from Washington... Read More »

Schooner Fame of Salem

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The beautiful waterfront of Salem Sound and the history of the War of 1812 are the highlights of... Read More »

Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge

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The barrier beaches of Monomoy, stretching southward from Chatham toward Nantucket, host hundreds of species of migratory birds... Read More »

Quabbin Reservoir

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Whether you prefer angling for bass, landlocked salmon, pickerel, lake trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, or brookies, there’s... Read More »

Crab Apple Whitewater Rafting

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Staffers tell first-timers that navigating the gentle rapids of the Deerfield on a “funyak” is like floating down... Read More »

Surfari SUP & Surf

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It originated with California surfers, but stand-up paddleboarding is a great way to get a core workout while... Read More »

Earthplace: The Nature Discovery Center

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62 acres of trails, plus raptor rescue center and playground. Free! (Admission charge for the Center’s natural-history museum.) ... Read More »

Trail Wood & Bafflin Sanctuary

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Two peaceful parcels are connected by a 7.5-mile trail through Air Line State Park. Trail Wood hosts a... Read More »

Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail

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Rich in birdsong as rapids ripple down the Connecticut River, the canal’s 4.5-mile former towpath is well suited... Read More »

Cricket Hill Garden

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They call it “Peony Heaven.” With sunlight streaming over the terraces here, it’s definitely celestial. Add Mundy Hepburn’s... Read More »

Mine Hill Preserve

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Easy walking trails pass a pond, brook, and bridge, as well as industrial ruins and mineshafts. Once a... Read More »

Empire Beauty School

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There are no soft lights or New Age music, but the students at this beauty school still find... Read More »

Hotel 140

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The grand lobby and the small but high-style rooms are both surprises at this boutique hotel, located in... Read More »

Boston National Historic Park

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You can certainly navigate the Freedom Trail on your own: Just follow the red line on the sidewalks.... Read More »

Lizzy’s

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This East Cambridge working man’s bar lost none of its character when new owners transformed it into a... Read More »

Middlebury College Museum of Art

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This museum offers a treasure trove of Asian, European, and American collections from 4000 b.c. through the present.... Read More »

Snow Farm Vineyard

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Every Thursday, June through September, popular Vermont bands perform outdoor concerts on the broad-faced lawn adjacent to the... Read More »

Chapman’s Country Store

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Since 1924, members of the Chapman family have been steadily expanding the stock of this old pharmacy, founded... Read More »

Green Mountain Glassworks

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Vermont natives Michael and Angela Egan shape Venetian-style freehand blown glass into spectacular vases, pitchers, and a variety... Read More »

Frosty Drew Observatory

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A state-of-the-art telescope plus a very dark sky equals serious stargazing. Frosty Drew opens its dome Friday nights... Read More »

Mijos Tacos

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Traditional Mexican street food with a Left Coast bent. Five bucks gets you some killer carnitas tostadas–a late-night... Read More »

Jack’s Hot Dogs

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Jeff Levanos’s grandfather Jaffros (“Jack”) opened this narrow little grill with counter seating in 1917, and it’s still... Read More »

Mount Blue State Park

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This 8,000-acre expanse has it all. Swimming, camping, picnicking, mountain biking, fishing, boating, hiking, ATV-riding, ranger-led day activities,... Read More »

First Friday Art Walk

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The first Friday of the month from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. hosts a free arts party, with more... Read More »

Kamasouptra

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You have to love the name of this soup kitchen in the Public Market House. Every day Kamasouptra... Read More »

Palace Diner

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Maine’s oldest diner is a gem, a 1926 Pollard towed here from Lowell, Massachusetts, by two horses in... Read More »



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