Southern New England:
Rhode Island

Berkshires - Long known as “America’s Premier Cultural Resort,” the Berkshires are filled with high caliber visual and performing arts attractions.  Of course, the scenic beauty of small, New England villages nestled beside cascading brooks that lay amidst verdant hills and valleys is reason enough to come and visit.  Whether your group enjoys history, the splendors of nature’s bounty or man’s cultural creativity – think Mozart or Shakespeare – there’s something for everyone in the Berkshires.  Highlights include:

  • Norman Rockwell Museum
  • Tanglewood
  • Hancock Shaker Village
  • Theatre Festivals
  • Historic Homes and Gardens
  • Berkshire Scenic Railway
  • Artists’ Studios & Galleries
  • Massachusetts Audubon Sanctuaries
  • Clark Art Museum
  • Mass MoCA
  • Chesterwood

More of Massachusetts – Explore the coast of Massachusetts from Rockport and Cape Anne north of Boston to Cape Cod and the islands in the southeast.  Take the high-speed ferry to Nantucket and enjoy a walking tour of this historic island or go whale watching from various ports located along the coast.  Don’t forget to stop at Plimoth Plantation to brush up on 17th century American life.  Traveling west towards the 18th century, guests can visit Old Sturbridge Village, Historic Deerfield and the Yankee Candle Factory.  Poets might enjoy Emily Dickinson’s homestead and there’s always the Basketball Hall of Fame for you sports fans. 

Don’t forget Boston with its fine museums, historic Freedom Trail, harbor cruises and the New England Aquarium.


Rhode Island & Connecticut – The smaller of the six New England states have no less to offer.  Highlights include:

  • Newport’s “Gilded Age” Mansions
  • Historical Harbor Cruises
  • Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods Casinos
  • Mystic Aquarium and the Institute of Exploration
  • Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe’s historic homes
  • Connecticut River Cruises
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