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New Year’s Eve in Boston: Music, Fireworks, Parties, Romantic Getaways & More

A boat lit up in the water at night with the city skyline beyond, seen from East Boston

Ring in the new year right! New Year’s Eve in Boston is the perfect place for festive fun, fireworks, romantic escapes, and so much more. While First Night is the biggest and most popular celebration in the city, there is plenty to do whatever your budget and style. Don’t love crowds? Avoid them with a […]

Connecticut in Winter: Things to Do & Attractions

Old Yale Campus in winter in New Haven, Connecticut.

Get ready to bundle up and explore Connecticut in winter. There are plenty of things to do in the state during this season- from skiing and snowboarding to hiking and ice skating. And of course, no trip to Connecticut would be complete without spending some time exploring the state’s many charming towns and villages like […]

Rhode Island in Winter: Holiday Events, Cross-Country Skiing, Ice Hockey & More

Castle Hill Lighthouse in Newport Rhode Island in the winter

Visit Rhode Island in the winter for everything from festive holiday events to ice hockey, skiing trails, ice skating, and tons of indoor fun, too! This tiny New England state boasts plenty of opportunities for visitors and locals alike, so add Rhode Island to your winter getaways list and see for yourself! If you’re looking […]

Portland Maine in Winter: 27 Fun & Festive Activities and Events

Bug Light in South Portland Maine in winter covered in snow

Heading to Portland Maine this winter? Enjoy all the winter-themed activities, from festive events to snow- and ice-filled fun! The city offers plenty of outdoor options alongside cozy indoor retreats when you need to warm back up. If you’re planning more winter fun, check out our guide to Maine in winter for even more suggestions. […]

Winter in Maine: 22 Places to Go & Things to Do for Seasonal Fun

Entrance sign to Acadia National Park in Maine in winter

Winter in Maine can be a snow lover’s dream come true! It can also be the perfect cozy escape for those who prefer to stay indoors. Whatever your style, Maine in the winter is a destination you don’t want to miss. Classic coastal Maine towns offer traditional theater experiences and local wintertime events you won’t […]

New Hampshire in Winter: Tons of Snow-Covered Fun + Cozy Indoor Escapes

Two cross-country skiers follow a trail amongst pine trees in Bretton Woods New Hampshire

New Hampshire in the winter is a wonderland of snow-covered beauty with the tallest peaks and most popular ski slopes in all of New England. If you love a winter adventure outdoors, then you cannot skip New Hampshire! We cover all the iconic things to do in winter in NH, plus specific recommendations around popular […]

23 Fun Winter Activities in North Conway: Ice Castles, Skiing, Breweries & More

Close up of white birch trees on snow-covered ground

There are so many fun things to do in North Conway in the winter, whether you’re a snow bunny or prefer to hibernate indoors. Known as the birthplace of downhill skiing in the US, North Conway has been a hub for snow-loving adventurers for over a century. Whether you want to hit the slopes or […]

Fall in Adirondacks: Foliage Drives & Things to Do

Beautiful Village of Lake Placid with fall colors at Adirondack Mountains New York State

The Adirondack Mountains, also known as the Adirondacks, lie in the northeastern part of New York and are well-known for their lush forests, lakes, rivers, and many options for outdoor recreation. Due to its natural beauty, the region makes a great destination in the autumn, especially for those looking for leaf-peeping opportunities and other fall-worthy […]

Washington DC in the Fall: Pumpkin Festivals, Foliage, Haunted Pub Crawls, & More

Long view of the Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool in Washington DC in fall

Washington DC in the fall is a show-stopper! While the Mall and monuments are always picture-perfect, their white marble really pops against the vibrant fall colors as the leaves change. But beyond the pretty views and photo opportunities, DC is full of spooky stories to share. If you’re into The Exorcist and ghosts of politicians […]

New Hampshire Fall Foliage Road Trip Itinerary

Autumn color and view of the Presidential Range in White Mountains New Hampshire

This New Hampshire fall road trip itinerary covers five days of fall colors, crips air walks, covered bridges, and train rides! In the first three days, you’ll visit the top places and locations to see in New Hampshire in autumn.  Then, if you have another day or two, you can add on days four and […]