“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 Boston Brew Tour. Hey, is there such a thing as sight-eating?

  • Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory

  • Mohawk Trail

  • Boston Brew Tours

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  • The DrumConnection

    Arlington

    New England's Premier Hand Drumming School serving the Greater Boston community for over 20 years. Experience music and drums African style. more

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  • Harbor Sweets

    Salem

    An American chocolate tradition since 1973, Harbor Sweets produces handcrafted artisan chocolates from its original historic red brick building in Salem,... more

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  • Horizons Edge Casino

    Lynn

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  • Hyannis Harbor Arts Center at the Guyer Barn

    Hyannis

    The Guyer Barn is a community art space-a working artist studio and professional artist gallery. Enjoy changing exhibitions, classes and... more

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  • Innovation Odyssey

    Boston

    Two-hour tour highlighting Boston's greatest innovations, including the Internet, the telephone, modern surgery, the microwave, and the mutual fund. Limited,... more

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  • Mole Hollow Candles

    Sturbridge

    Mole Hollow Candles has been producing exceptional quality hand crafted candles in USA since 1969. They are located 1 mile off of... more

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  • Plymouth Water Sport and Charter Fishing

    Plymouth

    Clambakes, beach ferry, rentals of all types of water vehicles and x-treme inflatables. more

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  • Summer Walking Tour Program

    New Bedford

    Guided summer walking tours may be arranged by reservation, featuring New Bedford's 19th Century neighborhoods, emphasizing the whaling era and... more

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  • Western Avenue Studios

    Lowell

    Many of our more than 200 artists open their studios on the First Saturday of every month! more

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