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  • 1. Bring your family to Massachusetts<br />Massachusetts—the best of the past with all of the excitement of the future. <br />1<br />
  • 2. Historical interests<br />Climb aboard the Mayflower<br /> explore the USS Constitution <br />learn why sailors named the ship “Old Ironsides.” <br />Go to Boston harbor and throw tea into the harbor just like the colonists did in 1773.<br />2<br />
  • 3. Seasonal beauty<br />Beautiful foliage and apple-picking in the fall<br />Majestic mountains for skiing in winter<br />Nature trails for Spring walking<br />Glorious beaches in the Summer<br />3<br />Amazing site-seeing year round!<br />
  • 4. Classy Places to stay<br />First class hotels<br />Bed and breakfasts<br />Camping grounds<br />4<br />For more information call The Massachusetts Office and Tourism:<br />1-800-555-5555<br />www.mass-vacation.com<br />
  • 5. Beautiful Boston<br />Boston is one of the oldest cities in the nation<br />Many historical sights that cannot be missed <br />Stops along the Freedom Trail:<br />Old North Church <br />USS Constitution<br />Tons of Museums<br />Museum of Fine Arts <br />Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum <br />Kennedy Library and Museum<br />New England Aquarium, a surefire hit for children <br />And be sure not to miss the sights, sounds, and shopping in Faneuil Hall Marketplace/Quincy Hall.<br />5<br />
  • 6. More of Massachusetts<br />Cambridge<br />Walk beside the majestic Charles River and within lively Harvard Square. <br />Visit Harvard University and MIT.<br />Salem<br />Home to the witch trials of 1690<br /> Salem has many sights dedicated to this famous moment in history.<br />6<br />
  • 7. Cape Cod<br />7<br />
  • 8. The Berkshires<br />The Berkshires, rolling mountains and valleys in western Massachusetts, are a perfect place to visit in all seasons. <br />Try skiing Brody Mountain and Jay Peak in the winter. <br />Hike along the broad range of nature trails in fall and spring. <br />Listen to the Boston Symphony Orchestra on a lazy summer evening at Tanglewood estate in Lennox. <br />Visit historic Stockbridge, home of the elegant Norman Rockwell Museum. <br />Watch the amazing array of Summer Theater and dance groups that come to the area each summer<br />8<br />
  • 9. Historical Plymouth<br />Home of the Plymouth rock, the famous sight where the pilgrims landed and founded the Massachusetts Bay Colony. <br /> Be sure not to miss Plymouth Plantation, a living-history museum that recreates the 1627 Plymouth community.<br />9<br />
  • 10. 10<br />Come to Massachusetts!<br />

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