From the historic streets of Boston to the serene shores of Cape Cod, travelers come to Massachusetts for a variety of experiences. Among them: learning about the state’s colonial history, eating iconic New England dishes like clam chowder and lobster rolls, exploring charming coastal towns, and indulging in the vibrant arts and culture scene.



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Use these articles, resources, and guides to plan and inspire your next trip to Massachusetts.

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