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The official state agency, the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, is helpful, as is the The Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau.



The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (tel 617-973-8500 or 800-227-6277, fax 617-973-8525), 10 Park Plaza, Suite 4510, Boston MA 02116, is the official state agency.

Go to the official website to order a free Massachusetts Getaway Guide.


The Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau is also an excellent source of information for not only Boston, but in fact most of eastern Massachusetts.

Each city and town in the commonwealth has its own tourist office operated by the local town government, chamber of commerce, or similar oganization.

See each town section for information on where to obtain local tourist information.


The Department of Conservation & Recreation oversees 26 state-park and forest campgrounds all over Massachusetts, including the Berkshire Hills and Cape Cod—and even Boston. More...

The Massachusetts Campground Owners Association includes nearly a hundred private campgrounds all over the state, including many in prime areas such as the Berkshires, Cape Cod, and even Martha's Vineyard. More...


Here's information on Massachusetts transportation: bus, train, plane and ship/ferry. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan


Lexington & Concord

Cape Cod

North Shore

South Shore


Martha's Vineyard






Pioneer Valley

The Berkshires

About Massachusetts


Mt Greylock View, North Adams MA

View from Mount Greylock, the highest peak in Massachusetts, near North Adams and Williamstown in the Berkshire Hills.




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