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Classic New England – it's Massachusetts. From the weathered clapboard of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket, to historic Plymouth and through the streets of Boston – captivating, cosmopolitan, and historic. Massachusetts really shines in spring. A spring visit to MA is an ideal time to venture into Plymouth where you'll no doubt want to see Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Beach, and the National Monument to the Fathers.
Western Massachusetts offers pristine outdoor adventures in the Berkshires, plus the delightful city of Pittsfield. Worchester, the state's second largest city, is in the heart of Massachusetts amidst sites like Old Sturbridge Village and the Johnny Appleseed Trails.
Greater Boston anchors the state with its urban features, but a hike along the city’s freedom trail is a must-do. Explore the greater Boston area on land and sea – check out the popular Boston Duck Tours. And how can you pass up the chance to see (or participate in) the Boston Marathon? If we're lucky, the Boston Celtics and Bruins' seasons will extend into early summer at the TD Garden. See it all in Beantown this spring.
Venture into Cambridge, the charming college community within Boston, and check out Harvard University. Fun for a visit during the spring, be sure to explore the Fogg Museum of Art. Across the country, spring means baseball is back – so head to Fenway Park for a ballgame as the Red Sox battle for another World Series championship. The Red Sox are just one of the many popular professional sports teams in the state.
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