Category Archives: Activities

Things to do in every East Coast state, day tours to popular attractions and lesser-known areas; our activities guides for the East Coast will save you time and get you booking.

30 Iconic Things to Do in Washington DC + Local Favorites You Can’t Miss

Entrance to Ben's Chili Bowl on U Street in Washington DC

There are so many things to do in Washington DC for all types of interests. Whether you’re local or visiting the nation’s capital, you’ll have plenty of options for free museums, top-tier galleries, fun outdoor activities, and so much more. You might also like our recommended day trips from DC to explore more while you’re […]

30 Fabulous Things to Do in Washington DC at Night: Fun Indoor & Outdoor Activities

Rooftops view of Georgetown in Washington DC at night

Planning an epic adventure to the nation’s capital city and looking for some after-dark excitement? From rooftop bars and cozy pubs to night tours and cultural attractions, our guide to things to do in Washington DC at night will take you through the activities and experiences you can enjoy after the sun sets. You can’t do […]

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

Stage for First Night Boston at New Years Eve in Boston Massachusetts

Ring in the new year right! New Year’s Eve in Boston is the perfect place for festive fun, fireworks, romantic escapes, delicious meals, 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. Enjoy more time in the […]

25 Things to Do in Maine in Fall: Foliage, Festivals, & Fall Flavors Galore

A view of Beths Farm Market in Warren Maine

Maine in the fall is nothing short of stunning! With early peak foliage up north, extensive coastline for water-based fall fun, and endless opportunities to get outdoors for festivals, hiking, and more…you can’t miss the fall season in Maine! Check out our tips for where to stay for fall foliage in Maine. If you’re planning […]

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 Things to Do in New England in Winter: Seasonal Sports, Festive Fun, & Unique Events

Nubble Lighthouse in Maine lit up with festive lights for the holiday season

New England in the winter means getting outdoors for snow-covered fun and then cozying up inside to take the chill off. It’s also the festive season and New England does the holidays right! If you love the festive season, you might also like our guide to Boston’s best Christmas lights. This guide includes our favorite […]

Washington DC Winter Fun: 28 Wonderfully Seasonal Things to Do

The National Christmas Tree lit up in Washington DC.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! What better gift to give yourself than a Washington DC winter trip? Winter is the perfect time for fun activities indoors; check out our suggestions for enjoying Washington DC at night for even more indoor suggestions. You might also like our guide to the most iconic things to […]

Massachusetts in the Winter: 24 Fun Things to Do Outdoors + Cozy Indoor Escapes

The MASS MoCA sign in North Adams Massachusetts

Massachusetts in winter is a true wonderland for anyone who loves snow and outdoor winter fun! From the ski slopes to the skating rinks, and holiday decorations to festive celebrations, the whole state enjoys the season. We listed all our favorite things to do in MA in winter, starting in Boston with some of the […]

36 Things to Do in Plymouth, MA: History, Beaches & Hidden Gems

Sign for the Mayflower II at Plimoth Patuxet Museums in Plymouth Massachusetts

Planning a visit to America’s Hometown and looking for the best things to do in Plymouth, MA? You’re not the first to step foot on the Wampanoag people’s land — Plymouth is where the Mayflower anchored in 1620, carrying over 100 settlers. I have family in Plymouth and grew up visiting every summer; it’s not […]