As one of the original colonies, Massachusetts enjoys a rich historic tradition. From the modern urban sprawl of Boston to the quaint towns of Cape Cod, visitors can enjoy a wide variety of environments and activities. Massachusetts is full of historic sites, museums, musical venues, sporting parks and more.
- Name of location CAMBRIDGE, MA
Each spring, Harvard Square becomes home to an eclectic street fair. Stretching for six blocks, the MayFair offers street performances, clowns and other entertainers. Artists and craft makers set up booths to sell anything from antiques to costumes. In addition to the normal street fair food, guests are treated to international cuisine with plenty of samples.
- Name of location BOSTON, MA
Each spring, beer lovers have the opportunity to visit the East coast's largest festival centered on American beer. The American Craft Beer Festival plays host to 140 breweries and more than 600 varieties of beer. The festival is broken in to three separate events with restricted times to give as many people as possible a chance to sample the beers.
- Name of location BECKET, MA
During the summer months, Becket hosts the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, which offers a variety of theatrical arts performances. There is live music and so much more. Emerging choreographers and well-known dance companies present shows that should not be missed. There are talks, live performances and art exhibits to celebrate a rich history of past festivals.