Top 6 places to visit in New England this autumn

Articles Oct 01, 2019 00:53

The journey to discover the United States will be incomplete if you have never set foot in New England - the oldest settled land of the country.

New England is a region in the northeast corner of the country, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, Canada and the state of New York. In the eyes of tourists, this is a region with many beautiful places.

Top 6 places to visit in New England this weekend

1. Damariscotta, Maine

Top 6 places to visit in New England this autumn

Located north of Wiscasset, this picturesque town is surrounded by salt marsh conservation areas. The historic brick architecture of the village of Midcoast and the old but vibrant town overlooking the harbor creates a poetic and spectacular view.

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2. Camden, Maine

Top 6 places to visit in New England this autumn

Camden town impresses visitors with its historic brick architecture, the massive Victorian castle that is well preserved to this day, along with a harbor with beautiful views in Maine. Located in the heart of Midcoast, the town harbor is dazzling with splendid sailing boats, surrounded by fancy mountain ranges.

3. Woodstock, Vermont

Top 6 places to visit in New England this autumn

The town of Woodstock captivates tourists by its classic covered bridges and meandering brick walkways. This is also the home to the famous local cheese producer, cider factories, farms and orchards. 

4. Siasconset, Massachusetts

Top 6 places to visit in New England this autumn

The small town of Siasconset, located in Nantucket, offers a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean. The Sankaty Head Light, a classic lighthouse on Nantucket island, is a famous tourist attraction here. This place is also filled with pea and interesting roses gardens - all surrounded in white fence.

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5. Keene, New Hampshire

Top 6 places to visit in New England this autumn

With the beautiful old brick roads, syrup farms, quaint shops, classic bridges, stunning nature reserves, art galleries and restaurants, Keene is known as the gem of the Monadnock Region in southwestern New Hampshire.

6. Harvard University, Massachusetts

Founded in 1636, located in Massachusetts, Harvard is the oldest university in the United States, as well as the most prestigious university in the world. Trained and cultivated in this university are 8 US presidents and dozens of Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners.

Top 6 places to visit in New England this autumn

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