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Fall Activities to do in Massachusetts
Fall is the season of transitions and new beginnings. It’s also the season of traditions. So why not make some new memories? Expand your list of traditions with these autumnal thrills!
Go Look at the Foliage
Nothing says “It’s fall!” more than seeing the leaves change colors. The bright reds, oranges, and yellows give you that warm and fuzzy feeling and signal the start of fall. Plan a drive with the family to explore New England’s changing trees! The Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire Mountains offers 50,000 acres of parks and forests across a Native American trade route—which is now part of Route 2 and 2A. View a list of the best foliage drives in New England!
Buy Some Fall Scents for Your Home
Yankee Candle Village in Deerfield, MA lives up to its name: it’s a village. You have to store over 200,000 candles in over 200 scents somewhere, right? You can make a wax mold of your hand, create your own custom candle, or design a personalized photo candle! Additionally, Yankee Candle Village offers shopping, Santa’s workshop, delicious fudge, and an old-time general store. Bring home a delicious smelling souvenir as a reminder of the day you’ve spent with family! Learn more about Yankee Candle Village.
Get Lost in a Corn Maze
The thrill of getting lost in a corn maze is quintessentially New England. If this sounds like your idea of a perfect fall day, Randall’s Farm in Ludlow, MA is the place for you. Find your way through the corn maze with your family and take a hayride to go pick some pumpkins while you’re there. And don’t forget to stop by Elise’s Creamery for your last ice cream of the season!
Travel Back in Time
See history come alive at Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, MA! Take the family to learn more about the colonial English community in the 1600s. Some attractions include the 17th-century English village, Wampanoag homesite, the Mayflower II, craft center, and more. Children and adult visitors alike will certainly leave with the satisfaction of both learning something new and being immersed in an experience different from their your daily life.
Need help financing your fall activities? We offer Kasasa checking accounts as well as several savings account options to make planning a breeze. Now get out there and make new, lasting memories the whole family will revel in for years to come!
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