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• • • • M A S S A C H U S E T T S • • • •
Nighttime view of Boston
Nighttime view of Boston

When people think of Massachusetts they think of Boston or the Kennedys, and rightfully so, but there is so much more to know about this great New England state than just one city and one great family. 

As the largest New England state and one of the first of the 13 colonies, Massachusetts offers enormous variety and diversity. Sure you can find great hotels and convention centers in the heart of Boston, but then there are the museums and architecture on which this great country was built. One of the oldest states in America, Massachusetts provides some of the richest culture this country has to offer. And, not only is it fertile with ocean beaches, old money, museums and Kennedy-esque attitude, it also provides some of the best kept secret get-a-ways in its deep, rich wooded landscape for your travel and pleasure.

If you're in Boston on business, don't let your trip begin and end there. Dig up the foundation on which our fathers built this country and discover where it all began. You'll walk away a richer person in both mind and spirit.

C O N V E N T I O N   &   V I S I T O R S    B U R E A U

Boston is a place like no other. Indoors and out, the city offers a cultural scene to suite every taste. It's a cosmopolitan experience with a special Boston flavor - picturesque walks through city parks, shopping safaris, land and sea excursions, dinners to savor and hotels with impeccable service. For more information visit Boston's official visitors website:

Historical Note: The Mayflower colonists who reached Plymouth in December 1620 (in the words of Governor William Bradford) found it "fit for shipping; and marched into ye land, & found diverse cornfields, & little running brooks, a place fit for situation." These Pilgrim leaders were refugees from religious persecution.