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Tours in Massachusetts starting from $2,340

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Massachusetts Tours

The state motto of Massachusetts is “by the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty.”

Boston built the first subway system in the United States in 1897.

There is a house in Rockport made entirely of newspapers.

Brewster is considered the “Wedding Capital of Cape Cod” because of its many small and larger inns that cater to weddings.

Milford is known all over the world for its unique pink granite which was discovered in the 1870s.

Why go on a Massachusetts tour?

Curious to learn more about Massachusetts? Begin your visit in Boston. With its trendy cafes, elegant houses, and vibrant culture, it is easy to see why Boston is such an attractive option among adventure-seekers. You’ll come across everything in this quirky place – from a One Man Band guy singing oldies, to grown men quacking on Duck boats, and group of fans raving about their favourite sports team – the energy here is simply inspiring. Also home to the country’s most active site for large scale new art known as Mass MoCA, going to Boston is any artist’s dream. Anyone who’s been here would attest that this charming location is simply a masterpiece. During your Massachusetts tour, make sure to drop by Harvard University. Situated within central Massachusetts, this world-renowned institution is a definite must-see. Explore its beautifully crafted hallways or visit its display of around 12,000 specimens, which includes dinosaurs, rare minerals, hundreds of mammals, and Harvard’s world famous Blaschka Glass Flowers.

Once you are ready for new scenery, why not head over to the Cape Cod area? Take part in a boating escapade with the whole family toward Nantucket and become familiar with the historical facts surrounding pilgrims, pirates, and buried treasures. While you’re there, spend some time by the sandy beaches, enjoy one of the island’s specialties called the Nantucket Bay Scallop, or if you want, even explore the island on your own!

When is the best time to go?

Massachusetts is a year-round destination. There is always something fun and exciting happening in this magnificent land. Whether you visit in the winter or summer – you will be welcomed with plentiful options. On average, Massachusetts has a summer temperature of 27C. During December, January, and February, Massachusetts hovers around -6C. Temperatures also tend to be cooler by the ocean than on city streets, so dress appropriately for a comfortable visit.

Begin your tour by visiting our Tour Finder, which allows you to compare all Massachusetts tours quickly and easily. Select your desired date range and highlight up to three different cities, and our tour finder will show you the best matches. If you have any questions, we invite you to speak with a travel agent who’s been there before!