King Caesar Rd, Duxbury, MA, US
48 Summer Street, Plymouth, MA, US
137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA, US
Head to historic Plymouth and experience the harsh reality of 17th century life at Plimoth Plantation. It's a great way to learn about the life and times of America's earliest European settlers. The plantation is "a living history museum," showcasing the original 1627 English settlement. All the colonists you see walking around are actors who will answer your questions authentically in character.
18 Johnny Cake Hl, New Bedford, MA, US
230 Second St, Fall River, MA, US
5 Water St, Fall River, MA, US
Take a detour to Fall River and see Battleship Cove, which features the world's largest collection of WWII naval vessels. Once you take I-95 across the state line into Massachusetts, hit up Fall River's Battleship Cove and see the world's largest collection of U.S. naval warships. You don't have to be a military history buff to marvel at the huge ships!
26 Marlborough St, Newport, RI, US
When you're hungry, head over to White Horse Tavern in Newport, Rhode Island. They serve up delicious regional, upscale cuisine in a historic tavern that dates back to 1673.
44 Ochre Point Avenue, Newport, RI, US
Once you hit Rhode Island, be sure to spend some time in Newport, an absolutely gorgeous coastal city. But, if you can only do one thing, then definitely visit the Breakers; it's like America's version of Downton Abbey. In fact, there's a whole neighborhood of decadence to explore: stroll along the Cliff Walk and check out the numerous Gilded Age mansions.
Marine Ave, Newport, RI, US
Beavertail Rd, RI, US
895 Matunuck Beach Rd, Wakefield, RI, US
61 Park Ln, RI, US
257 Atlantic Ave, Westerly, RI, US
56 W Main St, Mystic, CT, US
If you get hungry, pull over at Mystic Seaport and head to Mystic Pizza (there's also an 80s movie based on this town...and the pizza joint!) Mystic Seaport is America's foremost maritime museum. There are over 19 acres of museum grounds, which include a 19th century maritime village recreation, a working shipyard, and over 500 historic watercraft, including four National Historic Landmark vessels, like the 1841 whale ship the Charles W. Morgan, which is America’s oldest commercial ship.
1084 Shennecossett Rd, Groton, CT, US