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Experience Fall New England Style








 It’s almost that time of year again; when the leaves change color, the wind cools and all we want to do is wrap ourselves in a warm, knitted sweater. For those who aren’t scared of a little weather, the best place to experience the changing of the seasons is in beautiful New England. Residents of this historic region, comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island, are treated to a spectacular display of Mother Nature every year with breathtaking vistas and quaint towns that make you feel as if you’re in a moving painting. Busbud #ad #travel #NewEngland #Fall #FallColor #FallFoliage #FallInNewEngland #Tour #TravelTour #CoveredBridge #HistoricalTour #NewEnglandHistory #Busbud

It’s almost that time of year again; when the leaves change color, the wind cools and all we want to do is wrap ourselves in a warm, knitted sweater. For those who aren’t scared of a little weather, the best place to experience the changing of the seasons is in beautiful New England. Residents of this historic region, comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island, are treated to a spectacular display of Mother Nature every year with breathtaking vistas and quaint towns that make you feel as if you’re in a moving painting. Listed below are the most scenic fall destinations that are great for a family road trip or just to get out of the big city with friends with impressive rates to Boston and other Fall New England destinations on Busbud.

Burlington, Vermont

Located on the eastern edge of Lake Champlain, is Burlington, the largest city in the state, but the smallest city to have that distinction in the U.S. It’s the home of the University of Vermont and the birthplace of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, but what truly makes this ‘city’ special is its fall foliage. Burlington is surrounded by rolling hills with fiery colors from mid-September to early November with plenty of trails to explore by bike or hike. You can also roam through the Church Street Marketplace to sample the local farmers’ best as the leaves tumble and settle around you.





It’s almost that time of year again; when the leaves change color, the wind cools and all we want to do is wrap ourselves in a warm, knitted sweater. For those who aren’t scared of a little weather, the best place to experience the changing of the seasons is in beautiful New England. Residents of this historic region, comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island, are treated to a spectacular display of Mother Nature every year with breathtaking vistas and quaint towns that make you feel as if you’re in a moving painting. Busbud #ad #travel #NewEngland #Fall #FallColor #FallFoliage #FallInNewEngland #Tour #TravelTour #CoveredBridge #HistoricalTour #NewEnglandHistory #Busbud

Providence, Rhode Island

Rhode Island is too often overlooked state when it comes to tourism, but Providence is truly New England’s hidden gem. Like many coastal cities in the Northeast, it’s founding dates back to the 17th century and is in fact, one of the oldest in the United States. Take a trip back in time as you walk down Benefit Street (first paved in 1756) passing Colonial, Federal, and Greek Revival-style homes along the way as well as First Baptist Church, which is as its name states — the first Baptist church in America. The Church is located midway up College Hill and provides the perfect vantage of point of downtown Providence and the fall colors that line the streets into the distance. Be sure to check out WaterFire, an art installation built in 1994, considered the “crown jewel of the Providence renaissance” and if you’re feeling black-and-orange festive, visit the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park Zoo (running from October 6 to 30).

It’s almost that time of year again; when the leaves change color, the wind cools and all we want to do is wrap ourselves in a warm, knitted sweater. For those who aren’t scared of a little weather, the best place to experience the changing of the seasons is in beautiful New England. Residents of this historic region, comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island, are treated to a spectacular display of Mother Nature every year with breathtaking vistas and quaint towns that make you feel as if you’re in a moving painting. Busbud #ad #travel #NewEngland #Fall #FallColor #FallFoliage #FallInNewEngland #Tour #TravelTour #CoveredBridge #HistoricalTour #NewEnglandHistory #Busbud





Simsbury, Connecticut

This affluent Hartford suburb is located adjacent to Talcott Mountain State Park. Take a scenic bike ride to and through the park where you will find Heublein Tower, a 165-foot structure built by liquor magnate Gilbert Heublein in 1914 as a Bavarian-style summer home. From the top, you can see the Berkshires in Massachusetts to the north, and Long Island Sound to the south, while the vast forest transforms around you.

It’s almost that time of year again; when the leaves change color, the wind cools and all we want to do is wrap ourselves in a warm, knitted sweater. For those who aren’t scared of a little weather, the best place to experience the changing of the seasons is in beautiful New England. Residents of this historic region, comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island, are treated to a spectacular display of Mother Nature every year with breathtaking vistas and quaint towns that make you feel as if you’re in a moving painting. Busbud #ad #travel #NewEngland #Fall #FallColor #FallFoliage #FallInNewEngland #Tour #TravelTour #CoveredBridge #HistoricalTour #NewEnglandHistory #Busbud

Great Barrington, Massachusetts

From the top of nearby Monument Mountain, you are welcomed with a panoramic view of South Berkshire County and an awe-inspiring white pine and oak forest. The mountain is the center of Massachusetts folklore with its name deriving from the account of a Mohican woman in the 1800s having leaped to her death from what is now called Squaw Peak. On a brighter note, authors Nathaniel Hawthorne and Herman Melville were out for a picnic on the mountain in 1850, when a thunderstorm forced the two to retreat into a cave. While the storm raged on, their lengthy discussion inspired some of Melville’s ideas for the novel he was working on at the time – Moby Dick. In fact, Melville’s most acclaimed novel was dedicated to Hawthorne.

It’s almost that time of year again; when the leaves change color, the wind cools and all we want to do is wrap ourselves in a warm, knitted sweater. For those who aren’t scared of a little weather, the best place to experience the changing of the seasons is in beautiful New England. Residents of this historic region, comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island, are treated to a spectacular display of Mother Nature every year with breathtaking vistas and quaint towns that make you feel as if you’re in a moving painting. Busbud #ad #travel #NewEngland #Fall #FallColor #FallFoliage #FallInNewEngland #Tour #TravelTour #CoveredBridge #HistoricalTour #NewEnglandHistory #Busbud





Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Quite possibly the perfect fall destination in all of New England! Walking through the 10-acre outdoor Strawbery Banke Museum along the waterfront as the leaves fall around you is nothing short of sensational. Strawbery Banke is a historic district with 40 restored buildings built between the 17th and 19th century with Colonial, Georgian, and Federal style architecture. The district is also home to the NH Fall Festival, a traditional New England country fair held every Columbus Day weekend. It features craftspeople demonstrating their trade, several farm animal exhibits, colonial food preservation tips and much more.

It’s almost that time of year again; when the leaves change color, the wind cools and all we want to do is wrap ourselves in a warm, knitted sweater. For those who aren’t scared of a little weather, the best place to experience the changing of the seasons is in beautiful New England. Residents of this historic region, comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island, are treated to a spectacular display of Mother Nature every year with breathtaking vistas and quaint towns that make you feel as if you’re in a moving painting. Busbud #ad #travel #NewEngland #Fall #FallColor #FallFoliage #FallInNewEngland #Tour #TravelTour #CoveredBridge #HistoricalTour #NewEnglandHistory #Busbud





When planning your next adventure in travel whether its Fall New England or a road trip across America, Busbud can help you find the perfect destination.

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