New England is the birthplace of America. The beautiful villages and scenic cities are home to some of the oldest historical markers in the United States. In addition, they are full of cultural attractions and outdoor adventures, all awaiting your discovery. Whether you seek to tour historical landmarks or to enjoy the vibe of an artistic community, these spots have something to offer you and your traveling companions.
This beautiful vacation spot is probably best known as the vacation home location for George Bush and family. However, the town is so much more than just the summer stomping ground for the former first family. Kennebunkport offers a wide array of art, architecture, shopping, and antiquing. Its historic district is full of centuries-old architecture, folklore, and shops that offer any number of nautical items and interesting gifts and treasures. It is easy to get around town as it can be explored on foot, by car or even by the local trolley. No matter the time of year you come to visit, you will find something interesting to do here in Kennebunkport.
With a population of less than 10,000, this town on the edge of the North Branch Rivers, is one of the smallest state capitals in the country. The town is known to be rather progressive in that it participates in Vermont’s Farm-to-Plate initiative, is home to a large number of artists and musicians, and is committed to the state’s sustainable agricultural economy. Visitors here can expect to find an interesting arts community, fantastic restaurants, a number of local cafes, and plenty of fresh seafood.
Located at the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is known for being a friendly and welcoming vacation location for those of the LGBTQ community. The town prides itself on being a tolerant, accepting, and joyous spot for everyone to experience. Come here to dine with top chefs who use the finest and freshest locally sourced ingredients. Stay at one of the many enchanting B&B’s, and shop in the quaint, beautiful boutiques. Discover all that this beautiful seaside town has to offer.