|State Parks||Ames Nowell State Park, Ashland State Park, Bradley Palmer State Park, Clarksburg State Park, Dighton Rock State Park|
|Beaches||Ballston Beach, New Silver Beach, Gray's Beach, Corn Hill Beach, Cahoon Hollow Beach|
|Museums||Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Bunker Hill Museum, Alden House Historic Site, Art Institute of Boston|
|Historic Landmarks||John Adams Birthplace, American Antiquarian Society, Maria Baldwin House, Buckman Tavern, Jethro Coffin House|
|Other Places||John Hancock Observatory, Copley Place, Quincey Market, Faneuil Hall|
Clarksburg State Park : It is a state Park located in Clarksburg, Massachusetts. Northern hardwood forest makes up the scenery of the park. The major attraction in the park is the Mauserts Pond, which is a landscaped picnic area. The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) manages the park. Canoeing, camping, fishing, hiking, and swimming are some of the recreation opportunities that the park offers.
Museum of Fine Arts : One of the largest museums in the United States, the Museum of Fine Arts is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The museum displays vast holdings of artwork including extensive Far East and French impressionists collections and American art and furniture. It is one of the most visited art museums in the world attracting over a million tourists annually. The museum also houses extensive collection of Chinese painting, calligraphy, Japanese pottery, and many Egyptian artifacts.
Quincy Market : Also called Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Quincy Market is a great place to visit for a refreshment break during the long walk of 2.5-mile Freedom Trail in Boston. It is a historic building that was constructed in 1824-26. The market is named after Mayor Josiah Quincy who was the chief organizer of the building. He did so without any tax or debt. The place is famous for its large indoor-outdoor market that is home to dozens of restaurants and food stalls.