New Englanders looking to remain in the area for the Christmas season, but nevertheless enjoy the advantages of travel may be drawn to the many holiday towns and cities located in the region. These New England locations are bursting with festive cheer as per experts from the national and local level. In the 3rd annual Winter Lights on Cape Ann festival, guests can explore the route of light displays, according to Keiko Orrall (Executive Director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism). The location also includes Gloucester.
Travel + Leisure, a US magazine, has named Nantucket to be one of the most beautiful Christmas towns. If you’re looking for an escape to the sun Nantucket is a excellent option. Over 100 companies will take part in the celebrations that last for two seasons. An extensive map of activities is included to help in the process of reviewing. Rockport is hosting a special celebration on the 1st of December, that will include a Christmas tree in Dock Square and other fun events.
From January to February through January, the Concord Museum will host the annual Family Trees: Celebration of Children’s Literature exhibit. The public can take a look at a range of Christmas wreaths and trees that are inspired by the literature of children. The Concord region is full of cultural and historical significance, which is what this exhibit gives people an opportunity to experience. The event is a magical one that will include wine tastingsand different activities.
Main Street is a great spot to explore, thanks to the numerous galleries, shops and cafés. For a glimpse of the nature which has inspired Thoreau and his work, go the Walden Pond. Stockbridge visitors can also experience as if they’re in the scene of a Norman Rockwell painting. Stockbridge was prominently featured in Rockwell’s painting “Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas (Home for Christmas),” earning Stockbridge the distinction of being named as ‘No. Country Living calls Stockbridge “Christmas Town in America” and recreates the scene each year in December.
The visitors can enjoy the Norman Rockwell Museum’s stunning work as well as enjoy exciting eating and shopping on Main Street. The visitors will be also interested by “Winterlights” which is a show of Christmas lights in Naumkeag which was recently praised with a prestigious award from USA Today as being one of the top American shows. If you’re looking for the ultimate experience it is possible to drive around the hundreds of lights in Bright Nights at Forest Park. It is an iconic Springfield attraction that is described by Frommer’s as one of the top lights displays of the winter season in America.
Glow Gardens is an indoor outdoor garden with a light show which will please visitors to Hartford during the holiday season. The gardens are located in The Connecticut Convention Center. This unique celebration of Christmas will surely delight everyone with enthralling events and delicious treats. The event also has a lavish retail area that includes an online shop for gifts, a the winter carousel, as well as luxury presents. Santa Claus will even make a couple of appearances prior to the main celebration! Glow Gardens are available at the Connecticut Convention Center from January until February.
The Berkshire region of Massachusetts especially in winter it is a wonderful area to explore. No matter whether you’re in town to shop or eat in the bustling Main Street or to marvel at Norman Rockwell Museums’ masterpieces. If you’re searching to experience something unforgettable The Berkshire region in Massachusetts is worth visiting.