Massachusetts, the oldest of the New England states
has more to offer in such a small space than just about
anywhere else in the United States. From the capital
city of Boston to the glories of old Cape Cod from the
Freedom Trail to the Appalachian Trail, Massachusetts
has more to offer for every interest than states twice
The greater Boston area is a virtual living museum
of Revolutionary history, but it is also still one of
the great centers in the world for such intellectual
pursuits as science, theatre and higher education and
is the home of the world-famous BSO - the Boston Symphony
Orchestra and the Boston Pops.
Cod and the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
are the setting for some of the great fishing, whaling
and seafaring adventures in all of history, but they're
not just living in the past there - the Cape is one
of the major tourist destinations in the country, but
still relaxed and uncrowded. The fishing industry and
oceanographic research are the finest in the northeast.
And the cape is a beacon for artists and the theatre,
especially in summer.
Central Mass is a rural area, rich in history, dotted
with historically (and currently) important industrial
centers. The farmlands roll along toward the western
border delineated by the Bershire mountains - the first
steps along the Appalachian Trail.
Imagine climbing a mountain, swimming in the ocean
and attending a concert by a world-class orchestra all
in the same day! That's what Massachusetts has to offer
- and much, much more.
|Foxboro is the home
of the New England Patriots as well as the New England
The state of the art Gillette Stadium offer great
views from all seats.