Fall in New England
Whether it be an acknowledgment of the inevitability of winter, or simply celebrating the bounty of the harvest, fall isn't short on any number of festivals, particularly those revolving around food. Here are some of the many food festivals coming to a New England state near you this season.
Millennium Hotel Minneapolis reopens
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Where to eat, play, sleep, shop.
From Maine to Connecticut, lighthouses are defining landmarks of New England.
From apple picking to mazes, hay rides to pumpkin drops, there are plenty of family activities in Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire this fall. Check out our interactive activity map.
Locate the closest orchards near you with an apple picking map.
Here are more than two dozen inexpensive activities to get you motivated to get out and explore the city this fall.
Festivals in New England featuring tractor pulls and Ferris wheels, farm animals and petting zoos, traditional crafts and contemporary music.
New Hampshire may only have 18 miles of coastline - the shortest of any US coastal state - but packed into that short distance is an impressive array of ocean views, history, and recreation.
Discover 25 things that won't cost you a dime.