Whether it be from atop a mountain, along the coast, or the sun setting at Fenway Park, our readers showed off the scenes and backdrops that make New England special.
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Based on reviews and opinions from its users and readers, the travel site TripAdvisor recently named the top 10 destinations in New England for viewing fall foliage.
Before autumn falls away, jump in the car and take a driving foliage tour to see New England at its brightest.
The best way to take in this vibrant landscape and make the most of autumn is to seek out an overlooked vista, a hidden gem, or a new adventure. So we scouted out enough of them in all six New England states to fill every weekend until the snow falls, and more.
Once the temperature begins to cool, the leaves start to change and the harvest season begins, New England gets ready for a busy autumn full of festivals.
From apple picking to the halls of the ICA, here are 25 things you can do this fall for under $25.
Cornfields across the region are carved up to make intricate aerial views and challenge visitors to navigate their surroundings.
Did you just get home from a crisp afternoon of apple picking? Did you plunk down your bucket of apples and wonder, “Now what?”
Fall brings scenes of colorful foliage, festive pumpkins, crisp apples, and the enjoyment of all it has to offer.
This National Scenic Byway offers some of the most breathtaking scenery that New England has to offer.
Check out the ideal times to visit New England for peak foliage viewing.
Mountain and lake views along with fall foliage can be had for free in Vermont’s largest city of Burlington, which feels more like a big town than a city
New Hampshire may only have 18 miles of coastline but packed into that short distance is an impressive array.