Let's discover and experience together all the sights & sounds New England has to offer. From sandy beaches, breathtaking mountain views, historic sites, lighthouses, to scenic highways and quaint towns sprinkled with hidden gems & local hot spots.
While there is no doubt that you have probably heard of New England, locating it may be a different matter altogether. So where in the world is New England? New England is an area located in the northeastern region of the United States and it is composed of six different states:
The northern section of New England ends at the Canadian border, while the southern portion runs all the way to the border of the state of New York.
No matter which state you are visiting in New England, you are sure to find a host of wonderful activities to enjoy. Whether you are seeking the peaceful tranquility of the wilderness areas or you are looking to get a taste of the big-city life, New England has it all. If you are looking to get away for a couple of days, or you are planning an extended family vacation, be sure to consider the New England region of the United States.
Explore New England through our eyes...
We currently live in Massachusetts and we've been exploring most of what the region has to offer. We love it here and would like to share our experiences. Our family and friends from out of state usually asked us what's out here in New England?
And while it's easy to say: "EVERYTHING!"
We decided it's best to create this website to show pictures, videos, and provide helpful information about all the cool & fun places to visit and hopefully make their New England trip and yours more enjoyable. We'll do our best to provide information about the best places to explore but please let us know about your favorite spots as well so we can visit them.
What's your favorite of all the New England Beaches?
Have you seen the breath-taking views on top of New England mountains?
What about all those amazing New England lighthouses?
Did you know that we also have waterfalls in New England?
Don't forget to visit New England historical sites too!