View of a historic brick and cobblestone alley in Boston Massachusetts

Massachusetts Vacations: Seaside History

Massachusetts has it all. Explore American Revolution history, ski the Berkshires, or bask on the beaches of Cape Cod, Nantucket, or Martha’s Vineyard. Visit the charming seaside towns, pop into an art gallery, and take a whale watching cruise. Go with the family to Boston or historic Plymouth Rock. Picnic by placid lakes and rivers, and experience the state’s incredible museums, cuisine, and culture. With so much to do, let your Liberty Travel vacation consultant guide you with a hand-crafted Massachusetts vacation package.

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Massachusetts at a Glance

Currency: U.S. Dollar ($)

Tipping Customs: Tip anywhere between 20-25%

Language: English

Popular Drink: Apple cider

Must Eat: Clam chowder and lobster

Power Up: A or B (two or three-prong) 110 V


Weather: Experience all four seasons in Massachusetts; with cooler winters, warm summers, and milder springs and autumns.

Best Time to Visit: Summer is a popular time for the seaside towns, but there are year-round charms to explore—from winter skiing to fall foliage and springtime blossoms.

Statue in Boston Commons, a popular vacation attraction

Boston: Walk the Freedom Trail

A walk down Boston’s Freedom Trail introduces you to key landmarks in the city’s Revolutionary history. At the Granary Burying Ground, visit the grave of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and other notable Americans. Enter the Old South Meeting House, where Revolutionary American ideas, like the Boston Tea Party, were born. From Faneuil Hall to Paul Revere’s House, to Boston Common and the USS Constitution, the Freedom Trail is at the heart of any visit to Boston.

Explore Boston

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Tourists whale watching on Stellwagen Bank in Massachusetts

Top Things to Do in Massachusetts

Visit Provincetown
At the edge of Cape Cod, find a vibrant seaside town known for its art galleries, artists, LGBT culture, beaches, and whale watching.

Explore Boston
Walk the Freedom Trail past the Paul Revere House, Old North Church, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, and Boston Common, among other landmarks.

See the Battlefields of Lexington and Concord
At Minuteman National Historical Park, learn about the opening battles of the Revolutionary War. See the bridge where the first shots were fired on April 19, 1775.

Nature Abounds
Whether you’re looking to ski the Berkshires, spend some time on the pristine Cape Cod National Seashore, or find a hidden lake, Massachusetts is a state of natural wonders.

Find Your Seaside Town
Follow the spirit of Herman Melville to seaside towns where you can take a whale watching cruise or enjoy lobster and clam chowder, overlooking the sea.

Fresh steamed lobster, a traditional New England dish in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Vacation Packages: Explore New England the Liberty Travel Way

Whether you want to re-live Revolutionary history or visit some of the East Coast’s most storied beachside towns, Liberty Travel’s consultants can create a Massachusetts vacation package crafted just for you.

When you book with us, you get:

  • Real People. More than a travel agent, your Massachusetts consultant is a fellow traveler with a passion to help you see the world.
  • Perfect Match. We’ll pair you with a destination expert who has insider knowledge of Massachusetts for a truly personalized booking experience.
  • Crafted Vacations. Stay in hand-selected hotels. Get connected with local guides and enriching experiences. Choose from among our exclusive Massachusetts vacation packages, including our CITYbreaks.
  • Support. With 24/7 support, we’ll be with you every step of the way.

We know Massachusetts. Leave the planning to us.