The Perfect Massachusetts Weekend
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Does your family have anything to do this weekend? Or does that mean another stay-cation? Well, take a deep breathe and pick up your feet because Massachusetts is going to drop down a whole lot of life in your bunch! Here’s why you’ll have just the best family weekend in Massachusetts.
Reminder before you take off to your family adventure. That these kinds of experiences can happen only once in a blue moon because we live a life that requires work, and days off can only come so rarely. So make sure that you take your time in taking photos, videos and other documentation to immortalize these memories. Also, make sure to protect these memories by backing up with a data retrieval plan.
The America’s Most Beloved Ballpark
Who’s not a fan of the Boston Red Sox? Here’s a group guided tour of the 2018 World Series Champion’s home. This experience will have fans drop to the floor just by entering. Imagine getting up-close and having access to more than just the audience area of this historic baseball stadium. It’s the true Boston icon since 1906. And yes, it’s a hundred and thirteen years old!
In this tour, you’ll get almost as personal with these Red Sox giants: Ted Williams, Babe Ruth and Carl Yastrzemski. See the wonderful collection of more than 170,000 stadium artifacts and 150,000 photographs.
Off With The Land
Observe Humpback whales, Minke whales and Finback whales in their natural habitat as you relax in that 3-hour cruise. Don’t worry about getting there because high-speed catamarans await you and will take you to and fro in less time. That means more time to watch and just appreciate the view. Also, get a chance to see White Sided Dolphins too!
Hungry for knowledge too? The professional researchers from the Whale Center of New England have got you covered. They are onboard with you so from there, you’ll be able to talk and learn from them. And of course, they will be more than happy to narrate to you.
Now, at the catamaran cruise ship, you can enjoy 3 outside decks for maximum viewing ability and inside, you’ll have a temperature-controlled cabin with comfy seating and tables to eat in, pleasing sound and video systems plus some snacks and beverages ready for purchase.
Who doesn’t love pizza? It’s what makes and breaks families! Without a doubt, it’s America’s favorite food. There are over 61,000 restaurants where you can enjoy pizza and Massachusetts alone has 1,500! It’s raining pizza!
From Boston’s oldest pizzeria, enjoy a slice that just got out from that 1883 brick oven. What is a pizzeria tour without getting a slice right? In this tour, you’ll get of course, a pizza, visit Boston’s oldest standing church up in Old North. Celebrate pizza with this Sicilian-style slice ranked in the Top 25 Best in AmeriVisit Clough House plus a historic chocolate making demo with delicious samples!