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Salem

20 reviews

If you're visiting Boston in the months leading up to Halloween, or have even a passing interest in the history of the area, a drive out to Salem is a fun way to spend the afternoon. Whether you opt for a guided tour through town, or just mosey around all of the historical witchcraft markers with pitstops at bars and ...

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  • 1

    Marblehead

    Massachusetts, USA
    5 reviews

    Beautiful place.

  • 2

    Lynn

    Massachusetts, USA
    1 review
  • 3

    Beverly

    Massachusetts, USA
    1 review
  • 4

    Danvers

    Massachusetts, USA
    1 review
  • 5

    Peabody

    Massachusetts, USA
    3 reviews

    Holloween 2011!

  • 6

    Boston

    Massachusetts, USA
    262 reviews

    This place is full of things to do. So many history, foodieventures and etc. The weather is weird here. Their saying is if you don't like the weather then wait 4(?) minutes... Which is true because it was pouring rain when we were out and about... Then it stopped all of the sudden. Boston is a great place to relax ...

  • 7

    Cambridge

    Massachusetts, USA
    46 reviews

    Cambridge is a lot of fun! Home to Harvard and MIT, it very much has a college flair at times.

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    Gloucester

    Massachusetts, USA
    20 reviews

    Gorgeous little town. Went lobstering with Captain Kevin and Mate Kellen from Connemara Bay Charters. It was a fantastic trip. Captain Kevin was so very hospitable and Kellen was helpful and kind to us ladyfolk. We each got 2 lobsters apiece to eat. Captain Kevin sent us to Lobsta Land restaurant to cook them up. Amazing trip. Captain Kevin was ...

  • 9

    Brookline

    Massachusetts, USA
    8 reviews

    Loved this whole area

  • 10

    Somerville

    Massachusetts, USA
    4 reviews

    Somerville is a fun section of the Greater Boston area. Home to Inman, Porter, Teele, Ball, Magoun and Davis Squares; Somerville has a lot of small commerce centers for restaurants and shops. It is not always the easiest area to explore via public transport though... I highly recommend grabbing a car or biking to explore Somerville fully.

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    Burlington

    Massachusetts, USA
    4 reviews
  • 12

    Rockport

    Massachusetts, USA
    11 reviews

    Love this place... Even in the winter.

  • 13

    Essex

    Massachusetts, USA
    2 reviews

    Essex, which is about 30 miles north of Boston, is where fried clams were invented. Route 133 is lined with seafood restaurants, antique shops, and marshland. A perfect summer detour.

  • 14

    Waltham

    Massachusetts, USA
    4 reviews

    Local shops and town, is a nice quaint New England spot when you are visiting Massachusettes.

  • 15

    Woburn

    Massachusetts, USA
    1 review

    always went to the movies there :)

  • 16

    Malden

    Massachusetts, USA
    3 reviews
  • 17

    Medford

    Massachusetts, USA
    5 reviews

    nice place to live

  • 18

    Hull

    Massachusetts, USA
    1 review
  • 19

    Ipswich

    Massachusetts, USA
    1 review
  • 20

    Quincy

    Massachusetts, USA
    4 reviews

    the Ocean Club is there

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