With so much history and scenery to take in, grabbing a tour is a great way to hear about the events and people that built the historic communities that dot the landscape here. From the birth of America to the Salem Witch Trials to historic homes, learn the hidden stories and locations that can only come from a guide.
Visit the Minuteman Statue and the other memorials dedicated to the Revolutionary War. The Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is home to Author's Ridge, the final resting place of Louisa May Alcott, Amos Bronson Alcott, Henry David Thoreau and many more historic authors.
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Ipswich Tours offer seven different full-day tours. Many include a full lunch. Their nature tours are led by qualified ecologists. Historical tours let you explore the sites with complete narration. They also offer hybrid nature-historical tours of the area.
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The Liberty Ride travels through Lexington and Concord along the Battle Road. Your guide recounts the events of the Revolutionary War, literary history and culture that helped build America's identity.
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Gloucester is the closest point in Massachusetts to the whale feeding grounds. This means more watching, less traveling.
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The Nashoba Valley Winery is an international, award-winning winery located in the heart of apple country. Set on 52 rolling acres, the Nashoba Valley Winery offers a brewery, gourmet restaurant and gift shop.
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Here you'll find rugged fishing ports, great seafood restaurants and exciting whale-watching expeditions.Find: Lodging | Attractions
Concord is where the famous Walden Pond and homes of many literary heroes are located.Find: Lodging | Attractions
One of the oldest towns in the United States, founded in 1633, is centrally located on the North Shore.Find: Lodging | Attractions
Tour an old cotton mill, ride aboard an early 1900s trolley and learn about Lowell's storied past. Learn more>>
This historic street is lined with early-American mansions that were built by wealthy sea captains and merchants. Learn more>>
This museum includes exhibits on everything from early-American 20th-century photography to New England neon. Learn more>>
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