New England Travel Guide -Things to do in New England -Where To Stay In New England - Where To Eat In New England - Free and Discounted Things To Do In New England For Veterans -New England Travel Guide - Where is New England?
Where to Stay In New England, Where To eat In New England,New England Travel Guide. Things to do and places to go in New England, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont    New England Explorer

"Your Gateway To New England"  sm

 

 

Breaking Waves at Lynn Shore Drive, Lynn, MA  Lynn Shore Drive, at Red Rock More

Lynn, MA

Photo Gallery

Copyright 2019 New England Explorer

Featured New Englander: Born in San Diego, California, Boston was my home from 1939 - 1960. During my career with the Boston Red Sox I had a lifetime batting average of .344, and in 1941 I batted .406, a record not bested in in over 78 years. Who am I ? Answer


Famous New England Landmarks.

This New England seaport town's most notable landmark is this harbor side statue. It is dedicated to: "They that go down to the sea in ships", which is a quote from Psalm 107. Can you name the landmark and the city? Answer

 

 

 

 

 


Looking for the ultimate antique adventure? A nice weekend getaway?

 

 


John Coletti Leonard P Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge  Boston Photographic Print

Can you name this New England landmark?

Hint: Named after a renowned Boston civil rights activist of the 1990's.

Give Up?


Boy With The Boot - Wallingford, VT

The Boy With The Boot was a gift to the Town of Wallingford, Vermont in 1898, in memory of Arnold Hill, by his children. One of his sons, who lived in Chicago, had seen a similar statue there, and the siblings all agreed that such a statue would be a fitting memorial to their late father, who had been the owner of the Wallingford Inn from 1861-1871. It is presumed that damage of some sort (c1910) prompted him being stored away and seemingly forgotten until the Inn's new owner found him in the attic in 1920. He was restored, and has occupied this same position in front of the Inn ( intersection of Rt.7 & Rt.140 ) ever since (taken indoors during the winter to avoid weather damage). He has become enough of a local icon to have been adopted as the official logo of the town.


Featured New England City / Town
Featured City -  Salem, Massachusetts

PreviousWeeks Featured Cities & Towns:

Salem, MA : America's Bewitching City

New England Photo of The Day
Waves breaking at Lynn Shore Drive, Lynn, MA

Breaking Waves at Lynn Shore Drive, Lynn, MA  Lynn Shore Drive, at Red Rock More

Lynn, MA

Photo Gallery

Copyright 2014 New England Explorer


 

 

 

 

 

Hotel & Motel Reservations

 

New England Travel Guide

News & Sports

College Towns of New England
 

 

 

 

Waves breaking at Lynn Shore Drive, Lynn, MA

Breaking Waves at Lynn Shore Drive, Lynn, MA  Lynn Shore Drive,

 

Favorite Destinations
Salem Willows Park - Named for the European white willow trees planted here in 1801 to form a shaded walk for patients convalescing at the old smallpox hospital. Later the area became a park. (read more)

 

Thanks For Visiting New England Explorer

At New England Explorer it is our goal  to create a New England Travel Guide that will truly be "Your Gateway To New England "   including travel information for Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Just as travelers and tourists from previous centuries packed such essential gear  as a compass and map, twenty first century travelers will be carrying such travel aids as global positioning instruments, cell phones, Palm  Handhelds and Notebook  computers. Their hotel rooms and motor homes and cars will be wired for the internet. It wasn't too many years ago that the hospitality industry revolutionized itself by making in room telephones available. Then came television, Cable TV, VCRs and even Fax Machines. The competitive edge in the 21st Century will be technology.

By connecting to NewEnglandExplorer.com  you can enhance your enjoyment of your New England Vacation or business trip with inter-active planning of your trip before you leave home, and as you travel to New England. You can select an activity from our menus and access all of the available activities of that kind within your preferred travel distance. You can save money with valuable coupons that are available as you search our pages. You can also check hotel vacancies, dining menus, gasoline prices, transportation schedules, and travel packages. You can locate an ATM , a Post Office or hospital. You can make airline reservations as well as rental car reservations. You can even  Download Hollywood Movies & New Releases  and send electronic postcards  ( E - PostCards ) to friends and family back home using our YouveGotPostcards.com page. New England travel information is just a mouse click away.

MoreAbout New England Explorer

 

Old Iron Works Saugus MA

 

 

Quotes of The Day

'The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional as to how they perceive the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation." General President George Washington

"The man who views the world at 50 the same as he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life."
Muhammad Ali

 

 

 Shop Boston Red Sox

 

 

 Golden Oldies Of The 50's and 60's


 

 

             Featured Pages
Book Books of The Day

"The person who does not read good books has no advantage over the person who can not read them".     Mark Twain

Best Places to Stay in New England

 

Visit Our Book Store

Things To Do On A Budget

 

 
 
Reference

Book

Visit Our Book Store for books about New England

  • This Day In History

  • Bulletin Boards Post & Read about community events (free)

  • Classifieds

  • How Much Should You Tip?

  • New England News a directory of all New England news papers

  • New England Word of The Day

  • Phone Book

  • Shopping

  • Travel Tip Of The Day

  • Featured New Englander
    Born in San Diego, California, Boston was my home from 1939 - 1960. During my career with the Boston Red Sox I had a lifetime batting average of .344, and in 1941 I batted .406, a record not bested in in over 59 years. Who am I ? Answer
    DVD DVDs of The Day
     

    DVD Movies of The Day (DVD) 
     

    Movies About New England


     

    CD CD of The Day
    Shop For Oldies but Goodies

     

     

     

     


     

     

     

    New England Travel Guide  | New England Lodging  | New England Dining Things To Do In New EnglandNew England Shopping | 
    New England MapsNew England States  | New England Travel  | New England News

    CONTACT New England Explorer  | About New England Travel Guide Links  | New England Explorer Privacy

    Site Map

    SiteDirectory

    Copyright 1999 - 2018 New England Explorer All Rights Reserved  New England Explorer

    A New England OmniMedia Company

    Site Design By Explorer Sites

     

    8-12-19