America! The land of all possibilities, of limitless roads, of high development and of cultural diversity! If you ever thought that there is nothing to see in America other than New York, Los Angeles and the other famous cities, then you should know that you were wrong. New England is one of the most wonderful places on Earth and it can definitely make for a great holiday. There are so many great things to do in New England, so try a New England Holiday:
1. Visit the Old Sturbridge Village
America’s roots are absolutely fascinating and if you want to see how village life flowed back at the end of the 18th century and at the beginning of the 19th century, then the Old Sturbridge Village is what you are looking for. This LIVING museum will allow you to actually travel back in time (and probably in space as well, if you are not from those parts) and it will be a very interesting visit regardless of what you normally like doing when travelling.
2. Acadia National Park
When it comes to majestic geography, the U.S. definitely gets to the top of the world. This land has so many gorgeous places that it will be a pity to set foot on the New World and not visit at least one of their marvellous national parks. The Acadia National Park can definitely make for a great trip and it will definitely soothe your soul with its beauties. Since it includes much of the Mount Desert Island and several other small islands in the area, you will definitely have plenty of things to admire.
3. Boston Common
New England and the Boston area are at the very basis of the American history from multiple points of view. If you want to see the oldest American city park in the United States of America, then visit Boston Common. This can make for a wonderful break from the city itself (which, by the way, is a must-see in the New England area as well) and it can definitely feed your lungs with fresher air and your eyes with greens and beauty.
4. Plimoth Plantation
For another trip back in time (yes, the New England area excels at these), you should visit the Plimoth Plantation, located in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This is, again, a living museum which will show you how life looked and felt like at the beginning of the 17th century. What you will see here is somehow the beginning of the American nation, since the people and the life impersonated here are nothing else than the famous Pilgrims that stood at the very foundation of America itself.
5. The Mystic Seaport
If you are a big fan of the maritime world, then this will be a true Heaven for you. As a matter of fact, this is the world’s largest maritime museum, so there is absolutely no chance you will not love it (or even worse, that you will get bored while here).