You’ll be picked up from your Boston hotel and driven out of the city in a climate-controlled bus. Riding through the Massachusetts countryside in September and October, you’ll see hillsides carpeted in red, yellow, and orange trees, with fallen leaves blanketing the ground.
Breathe the crisp autumn air while driving winding roads and watching a landscape of rolling hills, streams, and fields. You’ll pass through Colonial-era villages with historic churches, taverns, and inns, and see roadside farm stands piled with apples, pumpkins, and other seasonal produce.
At stops along the way, you can snap photos of the scenery; grab a snack or a warm beverage at a coffee shop in historic Groton, Massachusetts; and eat an included buffet lunch in the New Hampshire mountains.