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New England Seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall

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New England is a region that travelers return to again and again, for not only is it impossible to ever truly exhaust its options for recreation and exploration, the changing kaleidoscope of its four distinct seasons paints each New England destination in wonderfully different hues throughout the year.
  1. Spring in New England
  2. Memorial Day in New England
  3. Summer in New England
  4. 4th of July in New England
  5. Labor Day in New England
  1. Fall in New England
  2. Thanksgiving in New England
  3. Winter in New England
  4. Foul Weather Fun

Spring in New England

Daffodil Picture

Spring awakes, and maple trees are tapped for flowing sap, wildflowers bloom and the landscape greens before your eyes.

Memorial Day in New England

Head to a New England Beach for Memorial Day

Here in New England, Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of the summer travel season. Whether you'll be joining the throngs of motorists headed to New England's beaches and amusement parks on Memorial Day or barbecuing at home, here are ways to make your holiday weekend memorable.

Summer in New England

Summer's warmth draws visitors to New England's seashores and lakeshores, offering ample opportunities for outdoor recreation, music under the stars, lobster bakes, antiquing, exploring and experiencing the rich history around every bend.

4th of July in New England

Fireworks

New England is the perfect destination for old-fashioned, patriotic 4th of July festivities, or inject a taste of New England into your Independence Day holiday no matter where you celebrate.

Labor Day in New England

Labor Day Weekend Photo - Paragliders at Mount Greylock Massachusetts

Here in New England, Labor Day marks the unofficial end of the summer travel season. Whether you'll be barbecuing at home or joining the throngs of motorists headed to New England's beaches for one last hurrah on Labor Day, here are ways to make your holiday weekend memorable.

Fall in New England

Autumn's lovely colors arrive each year as if by magic, creating the perfect, lush backdrop for photographing covered bridges and majestic churches, for picking apples and picnicking, for hiking and biking and scenic driving, and for sipping hot mulled cider at the end of the day.

Thanksgiving in New England

Turkey Picture

Celebrate Thanksgiving in the place where it all started--New England! Or, incorporate a touch of New England in your Thanksgiving celebration.

Winter in New England

Winter brings softly falling snow, cozy fires crackling, the cold whip that stings your face as you fly down a ski slope, romantic horse-drawn sleigh rides, hot cocoa and off-season bargains along the shoreline.

Foul Weather Fun

Basketball Hall of Fame

Looking for something to do on a rainy or blustery day in New England? Consider one of these all-weather attractions.

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