Things To Do in Massachusetts

When many people think about Massachusetts, they first think of Boston. However, the entire Commonwealth—one of the original 13 colonies of what later became the United States—is rich in history, natural resources, and opportunities for unique experiences. If you know and love all the things that make Massachusetts special, you can preserve them for future generations by attending fundraising and other volunteering events with relevant nonprofit organizations. Here are just a few things to explore in every corner of this quintessentially New England state.

Things To Do in Western Massachusetts

Western Massachusetts is a great place to get away from it all and surround yourself in natural glory. The temperate climate makes outdoor activities comfortably feasible all year round. Some things to try in this part of the state include:

Things To Do in Salem Massachusetts

Salem is best known for its 1692 witch trials, but there’s far more to this picturesque town northeast of Boston, and many ways to better understand its history. Popular places and activities include:

Things To Do in Southeast Massachusetts

Southeast Massachusetts is full of quaint small towns and villages as well as the popular coastal communities of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket. Here are just a few stellar destinations and things to do: