Massachusetts is the populous state in the New England region of the Northeastern United States.
1. Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary
The Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary is a marine sanctuary in Massachusetts Bay. The Stellwagen Bank is ranked as one of the best and most famous whale-watching spots in the whole world. It covers 842 square miles, previously it was once a fishing ground and now it is a protected area offering whale-watching tours in a highly diverse environment. At Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary there are many other marine animals that you’ll spot, there are seals, whales, and dolphins as well. One can experience a great wildlife trip.
2. Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts is considered the largest art museum in the world. It was founded in 1870 and was opened for visitors in 1876. The Museum of Fine Arts is located in Boston, Massachusetts. Every year more than one million people visit the museum. It has collections of almost all sorts of eras, genres, and locations, ranging from ancient Egyptian works to contemporary art. The Museum of Fine Arts has one of the most comprehensive collections in the Americas that includes more than 450,000 works of art and 8,161 paintings. The display collection of the museum also has notable masterpieces by the likes of Money, Picasso, Rembrandt, and John Singleton Copley. The Museum of Fine Arts is opened in European and Africa as well in 2013.
3. Fenway Park
Fenway Park is a baseball stadium located in Boston, Massachusetts. It is considered one of the most iconic sports grounds in the United States. Fenway Park was built in 1912, as it is home to the Boston Red Sox. This stadium is the oldest major league baseball stadium in the world. Fenway Park still retains much of its charm from its small stadium capacity and the old-fashioned scoreboard. If you are in Massachusetts, I suggest you visit Fenway Park even if you are not a big sports fan.
4. Cape Cod National Seashore
Cape Cod National Seashore is surrounded by 43,607 acres on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It was created by President John F. Kennedy on August 7, 1961. Cape Cod National Seashore is a famous, must-see, and most romantic thing to do in all of America. Massachusetts offers around 500 miles of beautiful white sandy beaches and meets the Atlantic at Cape Cod. You will surely find numerous ways to spend your time at this place including conservation spots, peaceful quiet areas, fun nightlife options, and dining options as well.
5. New England Aquarium
The New England Aquarium is another attraction situated on the waterfront of Boston, Massachusetts. It covers over 75,000 square feet. The Aquarium has 20,000 marine animals of 550 different species. Around 1.3 million people visit annually, as it is the biggest aquarium in the New England region. In this Aquarium you’ll find spot sharks, barracudas, crabs, stingrays, seadragons, and eels. The Aquarium exhibits include the Edge of the Sea touch tank, the huge coral reef-filled Giant Ocean Tank that reaches four stories in height, and the Caribbean reef. The New England Aquarium also has an IMAX theater that features all sorts of nature-themed short films.