Climate, Cuisine and Travel with Children
There is always a reason to visit Massachusetts, regardless of what season it is. Warm summers allow for ample swim time in the ocean. Snowy winters coat the state in white, making it very much a winter wonderland. Massachusetts, and New England in general, is known for its colorful fall, where once green trees turn into a mix of reds, oranges, and yellows. Massachusetts is gorgeous year-round, but roads can be treacherous in the extremely cold winter months so exercise extra caution.
With its location on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, much of the cuisine of Massachusetts is seafood-forward. In coastal towns like Provincetown you can eat clam chowder and fried clams. Lobster rolls are also sold all over New England, and Massachusetts is no exception. If you have a sweet tooth you can indulge in a Boston crème pie, yellow cake with cream or custard in the middle and chocolate glaze, or head to Dunkin%u2019 Donuts, which was founded here.
Traveling with Children
Take a family road trip with a Sixt car rental in Massachusetts. Our selection of larger rental vehicles makse it easier and more comfortable to take the family out for a drive and pack much-needed items when traveling with kids. There are many child-friendly outdoor activities such as hikes in the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary or Bash Bish Fall State Park. For more extreme activities, head to amusement parks like Six Flags New England or Zoar Outdoor Adventure Resort. Need something more low-key? Visit the Old Sturbridge Village, a living museum that gives you a glimpse of what life was like in historic rural New England.