“Sightseeing” seems like such a passive word; Massachusetts sightseeing should really be called “sight-experiencing”. How else would you describe retracing the steps of the colonists, soaring through the trees on a canopy tour, reliving the excitement of the Revolutionary War, quacking like a duck on an amphibious land vehicle, seeing Boston by Segway, cruising Buzzards Bay, or taking a spooky Dead of Night Ghost Tour? You can even munch your way through the Cape Cod Potato Chip factory tour, take the most delicious ride during a Bike Farm Table weekend, or treat yourself to the Beer & Chocolate tour of Boston. Hey, is there such a thing as sight-eating?

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  • Bread & Circus Bakehouse

    Medford

    Visit Bread & Circus Bakehouse where we make organic breads and pastries. After you tour our facility you will enjoy free... more

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  • Bridge of Flowers

    Shelburne Falls

    1908 trolley bridge converted into a 400-foot flowered pathway; art exhibits. more

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  • Burkeville Covered Bridge

    Conway

    Over the South River. more

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  • Cambridge Historical Tours

    Cambridge

    Harvard to life through entertaining and educationaIt is the mission of Cambridge Historical Tours to bring the history of Cambridge... more

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  • Cape Ann Artisans

    Rockport

    16 working studios, visit with the artisans who create and design sculpture, art, hand blown glass,mosaics and pottery. The group... more

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  • Cape Cod Bicycle Adventures

    Wellfleet

    Guided bike tours of Cape Cod. more

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  • Cape Cod Canal

    Bourne

    17.5 miles long; widest sea level canal in the world; 13.5 miles of paved canal-side roads for bicycling, in-line skating, walking. 1,100 acres... more

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  • Cape Cod Central Railroad

    Hyannis

    Two-hour scenic train rides through cranberry bogs and seaside villages; luncheon trains, elegant dinner trains, and family supper trains. more

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  • Cape Cod Indian Walks-Dennis

    North Eastham

    2 Walks offered. 1'st Indian Conservation Lands Dennis. Learn the history and culture of the C.C. Indians. Second walks, First... more

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  • Cape Cod Potato Chips

    Hyannis

    See potato chips being made on a self guided tour of the factory. more

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  • Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge

    Chappaquiddick Island

    Explore this magnificent barrier beach with its sandy shoreline, expansive salt marsh, beautiful salt pond, and unique colony of hardy... more

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  • Capt'n Tim Brady & Sons

    Plymouth

    Deep sea fishing, sport fishing, and whale watching. more

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  • Charlie's Charters

    Rockport

    Charlie's Charters / Fishing and Sightseeing Deep Sea and Sportfishing Charters. Private Cape Ann Sightseeing Cruises. Fishing Tackle and Bait Included... more

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  • Charlies's Charters / Fishing and Sightseeing

    Gloucester

    Charter boat fishing Out O'Gloucester. 1/2 or full day private trips. All bait and tackle included. Free parking.Safe and experienced, 30... more

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  • Chelsea Art Walk

    Chelsea

    This years Art Walk is June 14th and 15th from 12:00 - 6:00 pm in Chelsea, MA. The Chelsea Art Walk is... more

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  • Classic Harbor Line

    Boston

    Dedicated to helping locals and visitors alike enjoy the unique wonders of Boston, Classic Harbor Line hopes for the privilege... more

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  • Colonial Lantern Tours

    Plymouth

    Nightly historic or ghost walking tours of Plymouth; punched-tin lanterns provided. Plymouth's original tour company. more

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  • Come Wine With Us

    Mashpee

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  • Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge

    Nantucket

    Comprising a pair of long, fingery peninsulas, Coskata Coatue ("co-skate-uh coat-oo") Wildlife Refuge is both a popular summer... more

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  • Crocker Neck Conservation Area Walk

    Cotuit

    Join BLT and professor Gil Newton, on an interpretive walk through the diverse ecosystems of the 97-acre Town-owned Conservation Area... more

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