This week has been a strange and tragic one, to be sure. We have followed the events in Boston with heavy hearts here at Fodor’s. Many of us have spent a good deal of time in that city and so this week, we’re dedicating our weekly roundup of stories to good ol’ Beantown.
If you are looking to help in the aftermath of Monday afternoon’s bombings near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, there are Boston-area restaurants rallying to support vicims. All you have to do is choose one.
Boston is all but empty in the summertime, when the usually student-filled streets and sights are left open for visitors. Here are ten (more) reasons to visit Beantown this summer.
New England hosts a cornucopia of food festivals throughout summer and fall that pay tribute to local food and cuisine, from blueberries to lobster, and cheese to chowder. Here are five great ways to get a taste of New England.
Boston has plenty of things for visitors and locals to do, of course, but Cape Cod’s cool breezes, Newport’s glittery mansions, and the terrific cultural offerings of the Berkshires are some of the area’s most enticing draws.
From Boston’s Childrens Museum to the Plimoth Plantation and the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, there are endless kid-friendly charms in New England. Here are some of our favorites.
Photo credits: Chowderfest courtesy of Boston Harbor Fest/Chowderfest; Cape Cod via Shutterstock; Little Girl at Boston Children’s Museum courtesy of Boston Childrens Museum/Paul Specht; Boston aerial view via Shutterstock