By: Evan Murphy
Leicester Memorial School
If You Are Coming To Massauchetts …
You Should Go To The Logan Airport. It Is an awesome airport I recommend it
because of its location its close to a lot of fun activates that are about 30 min
State facts on Massachusetts:
State Flower : Mayflower
State Tree : American Elm
State Bird : Chickadee
State Song : “All Hail to Massachusetts”
State Beverage : Cranberry juice
State Insect : Ladybug
State Cookie : Choc-Chip
State Muffin : Cornbread
State Desert : Boston Cream Pie
Massachusetts Attractions (:
1. The Duck Tour
2. The Boston Freedom Trail
3. Old Sturbridge Village
4. Harvard University
6. Bancroft Tower Castle
7. Minute Men Historic Park
8. Plymouth Plantations
9. Robert Goddard’s House
10. Bunker Hill Monument
Some cool things Are:
The Bancroft Tower
The Worcester Art Museum
The Worcester Art Museum 35,000-piece collection of paintings, sculpture,
decorative arts, photography, prints, drawings and new media. The works span
5,000 years of art and culture. View paintings by Cassatt, Gauguin, Goya, Monet,
Sargent and Whistler; admire floor mosaics from the ancient city of Antioch; see
cutting-edge contemporary art; and discover the Museum's many other
treasures. Special exhibitions showcase the masterworks, seldom-seen gems,
and important works on loan. It Has a lot of interesting exhibitions and cool things
to look at. I recommend it … You can get tours of the WAM.
Bunker Hill, Boston, Ma
The Bunker Hill Monument stands 221 feet tall at Breed's Hill, the site of the
first major battle of the American Revolution fought on June 17, 1775. Control of this
high ground near the harbor was important to the British occupation of Boston.
When colonial forces chose to fortify Charlestown, they bypassed the more dominant
"Bunker Hill" and dug in on Breed's Hill which was lower and closer to the water. The
American Revolution was very brutal battle in American history.
Old Sturbridge Village
A trip to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, is a
journey through time to a rural New England town of the 1830s. Visitors are invited into more
than 40 original buildings each carefully researched, restored, and brought to the museum site
from towns throughout New England. These include homes, meetinghouses, a district school,
country store, bank, law office, printing office, carding mill, sawmill, gristmill, pottery,
blacksmith shop, shoe shop, and cooper shop. The Old Sturbridge Village is showing kids and
adults how people lived back then.
Boston Massacre Site
In front of the Old State House, a circle of cobblestones commemorates the Boston
At this site, tensions between the colonists and British soldiers erupted into violence
on March 5, 1770. A minor dispute between a wigmaker's young apprentice and a
British sentry turned into a riot. The relief soldiers that came to the aid of the British
were met by an angry crowd of colonists who hurled snowballs, rocks, clubs, and
insults. The soldiers fired into the crowd and killed five colonists. Samuel Adams and
other patriots called the event a "massacre”. Some people call the shop heard
around the world.
You should take an trip to Cap Cod You can do
Go to the beach.
Go deep see fishing.
Eat a lot of seafood.
Get a tan.
And have a lot of fun!!