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Information for Boston and
the New England Area

Our location is central to famous Boston and New England attractions including historic Lexington and Concord Massachusetts where the American Revolution began.  There are many things to see and do in the area such as Old Ironsides, Plymouth Rock, Fenway Park, the New England Aquarium, Canobie Lake Amusement Park, the Atlantic seacoast, Cape Cod and New Hampshire's scenic lakes and mountains.


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Boston Attractions


The Mall at Rockingham Park - 12 minutes (7 miles) from our Host Hotel.  With three major department stores and more than 140 specialty shops and kiosks, you're sure to find everything you're looking for. Best of all, it's all tax-free shopping.

New England Attractions

Lexington and Concord - The battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements in the American Revolution.

New England Seaport Cities - From Portsmouth NH to Mystic Seaport all the way to Provincetown on the Cape, there are just so many seaside towns to explore. And don't forget there is a lovely rocky coastline all the way up to Maine.

Plymouth Rock - Landing Place of the Pilgrims in 1620.

Plymouth Plantation  - Come see what life was like back in 1627 at this recreation of a small farming town built by English colonists. The folks you will meet are costumed role players who have taken on the names, viewpoints and life histories of the people who actually lived in the colony.

Old Sturbridge Village  - Living history museum - Experience early New England life from 1790-1840.  Includes 59 historic buildings on 200 acres, three authentic water-powered mills and two covered bridges. Visitors can ride in a stagecoach, view antiques

Salem - Known as the site of the witchcraft trials of 1692, but this colorful, coastal city has much to offer both residents and visitors: a diverse population, a rich maritime heritage, an impressive display of historic architecture and amazing stories that span almost four centuries.

Sports & Amusement

Canobie Lake Park - Only 15 minutes (9 miles) from our Host Hotel.  This amusement park first opened as a trolley park back in 1902. Today, this amusement and water park features more than 50 rides, including roller coasters, a log flume, a hand-painted antique carousel, a steam train, a ferris wheel, and more.

Gillette Stadium - Home of the three-time world champion New England Patriots and Patriot Place - an interactive experience for all ages that takes guests through Patriots and New England football history

Zoo New England - Home to hundreds of animals just waiting for you to visit. See giraffes, snow leopards, flamingos and more

Car Related Destinations

NH Motor Speedway  Loudon, NH  (58 miles)

 NE Dragway  Epping, NH  (42 miles)

 Museum of Transportation  Brookline, MA (32 miles)

Wells Auto Museum  (Brass era), Wells, ME (63 miles)

 Owls Head Transportation Museum  Owls Head, ME (175 miles)

Wright Museum (WWII era), Wolfboro, NH (77 miles)

Hemmings Motor News  Bennington, VT (142 miles)

Brewery Tours

Anheuser-Busch Brewery  Merrimack, NH, Brewery tour plus home of the Clydesdales and Dalmatians

Redhook Ale Brewery  Portsmouth, NH

Samuel Adams Brewery  Boston, MA

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