Our Massachusetts lists begin to get longer today as we begin to explore the areas around Boston.
- Hospital Point Range Light: Historic lighthouse at the end of the avenue.
- Louisa May Alcott House: Girlhood home of Louisa May Alcott and setting of her novel: Little Women.
- Minute Man National Historic Park: Commemorates the opening battle of the Revolutionary War.
- North Bridge: Visit the site of the “shot heard round the world.”
- Thoreau Farm: Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau.
- Walden Pond State Reservation: Hike and swim on the site where Thoreau wrote Walden.
- Eastern Point Light: Lighthouse located in the oldest seaport in America.
- DeCordova Sculpture Park: Largest sculpture park in New England.
- Lowell National Historic Park: Explore the water powered textile mills that helped propel the nation into the industrial age.
- Marblehead Light: Skeletal framed lighthouse; the only one of its kind in New England.
- Newburyport Harbor Light: Historic lighthouse located in the harbor of Newburyport.
- Plum Island Beach: Cool off in one of the area’s most popular beaches.
- Bakers Island Light: Historic stone lighthouse.
- Derby Wharf Light: Square tower light.
- New England Pirate Museum: Explore the history of pirates in a hands on way.
- Salem Witch Museum: Explore the history of the Salem Witch Trials.
- Winter Island Light: Old lighthouse located near Old Fort Pickering.
- Saugus Iron Works National Historical Site: Site of the first integrated ironworks in North America.
- Pearl Hill State Park: Hike in this wooded area north of the city.
All attractions found on visitma.com