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Massachusetts fall foliageWhile Jamestown was the first colony established in the New World, the disappearance of its citizenry left true firm settlement to the next boatload of brave souls, the Pilgrims. So committed to being Pilgrims who would build a true, sustainable colony, they sailed in tightly cramped quarters below decks aboard the tiny Mayflower.

Nonetheless, Plimoth Colony survived and thrived and so it is here that we find the true cradle of the nation. Because there are so many New England fall foliage attractions in Massachusetts, we'll start them without a full explanation of what they are. When you click on the various links, you'll see what we mean. We hope you enjoy the Massachusetts fall foliage attractions to the full.

As the true cradle of the nation, Massachusetts, a well-populated state offers untold wonders during the fall foliage season. It's a treasure trove of all types of activities in endless supply.

There is perhaps more available here than in any of the New England states and an ideal place for a New England getaway for a superb Massachusetts fall foliage vacation. You can soar in into the blue, negotiate your way through a Massachusetts corn maze. Or there are lots of hay rides, festivals and whale watching, too. Of all the New England states, Massachusetts offers the most New England fall foliage attractions. You'll find four pages worth of them. All you need to do is click on the attraction of choice and off you go.

There's nothing quite like a pumpkin patch where you can go and pick just the right jack-o-lantern, or visit a farm for hay rides, apple picking, horseback and pony riding and, of course, Oktoberfests where you can sample a wide assortment of foods and, of course, drink some beer. There are cider mills where you can buy some of the best apple cider in the region and take a train or trolley ride.

Boston has a great deal more to see than Massachusetts fall foliage events. It's here that the nation's history began and there's plenty of it in and around the Boston city limits where the first musket shots for freedom rang out as the shots heard 'round the world. And rarely do the Boston Red Sox finish their season before October as one of the finest baseball franchises in the game. Wherever you go, we think you'll find yourself having a great New England escape, one with lots of memories.


Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, 37 Corey Road, Hancock, Massachusetts 01237, 413.738.5500.


Cape Codder Resort, 1225 Iyannough Road, Route 132 & Bearse's Way Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601, 508.771.3000 888.297.2200

Six Flags Springfield, Route 159, 1623 Main Street Agawam, Massachusetts 01001, 413.786.9300

TOMB at 5WITS, 186 Brookline Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, 617.375.9487


Anderson Fruit Farm, 160 Main Street Westford, Massachusetts 01886, 978.692.6581

Atkins Farms Atkins Farms Country Market, 1150 West Road Amherst, Massachusetts 01002, 413.253.9528

Bartlett's Orchard, 575 Swamp Rd Richmond, Massachusetts 01254, 413.698.2559

Bluebird Acres, 747 Parker Road E. Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01028, 413.525.6012

Bolton Orchards, Wilder Road, Rt. 110 & 117 Bolton, Massachusetts 01740, 978.779.6631

Box Mill, Brookside Avenue Stowe, Massachusetts 01775, 978.897.8200

Breezelands Orchard, Southbridge Road Warren, Massachusetts 01083, 413.436.7100

C.N. Smith Farm, 325 South Street E. Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02333, 508.378.2270

Carlson Orchards, Oak Hill Road Harvard, Massachusetts 01451, 508.456.3916

Cider Hill Farm, 45 Fern Avenue Amesbury, Massachusetts 01913 978.388.5525

Clarkdale Fruit Farm, Upper Road West Deerfield, Massachusetts 01342, 413.772.6797

Clearview Farm, 4 Kendall Hill Road Sterling, Massachusetts, 978.422.6442

Dartmouth Orchards, 515 Old Westport Road North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 02747, 508.999.5801

Derby Orchards, Great Road Stow, Massachusetts 01775, 978.897.7507

Dowse Orchard, 98 N. Main Road Sherborn, Massachusetts 01770, 508.653.2639

Echo Hill Orchards, 101 Wilbraham Road Monson, Massachusetts,413.267.3303

Fay Farm, Amesbury Line Road Haverhill, Massachusetts, 978.373.4874

Greenwood Farm, Route 63 Northfield, Massachusetts 01360, 413.498.5995

Hilltop Orchards, Rt. 295, 508 Canaan Road Richmond, Massachusetts 01254, 413.698.3301

Honey Pot Hill Orchards, 144 Sudbury Road Stow, Massachusetts 01775, 978.562.5666

Lanni Brothers, 282 Chase Road Lunenburg, Massachusetts 01462, 978.582.6246

Long Hill Orchard, 520 Main Street, Route 113 West Newbury, Massachusetts 01985, 978.363.2170

Marini Farm, Linebrook Road Ipswich, Massachusetts 01938, 978.356.3055

New Salem Orchard, 67 S. Main Street, Salem, Massachusetts, 978.544 3437

Noquochoke Orchards, 594 Drift Road Westport, Massachusetts 02790, 508.636.2237

Peter's Cider Mill, 537 Main Road Acushnet, Massachusetts 02743, 508.995.6533

Phil's Apples, 24 Prospect Hill Road Harvard, Massachusetts, 978.456.3361

Pine Hill Orchards, Greenfield Road, Colrain, Massachusetts 01340, 413.624.3325

Price Cider Mill, 184 Highland Road Lunenburg, Massachusetts 01462, 978.582.4833

Red Apple Farm, Highland Avenue Phillipston, Massachusetts 01331, 978.249.6763

Rice Fruit Farm, 757 Main Street Wilbraham, Massachusetts 01095, 413.596.4002

Russell Orchards & Winery, 123 Argilla Road Ipswich, Massachusetts 01938, 978.356.5366

Tougas Farm, 246 Ball Street Northboro, Massachusetts 01532, 508.393.6406

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