Massachusetts is home to several national parks that range from the sandy Cape Cod National Seashore to historical sites at Minute Man National Park
Massachusetts was one of the original 13 colonies, and the state is where GoNOMAD has its headquarters. Read articles about the Bay State, from the excitement of Boston to the beauty of Stockbridge in the Berkshires and everything in between.
An Airline Pilot’s Recollection of his Youth on Revere Beach, in Boston By Patrick Smith Sometimes when I hear the whine of jet engines, I think of the beach. I don’t expect that to make sense to you — unless, like me, your childhood was defined by an infatuation with jetliners, and summers spent at a beach […]
Just when you thought you knew Boston, Jacqueline Church has much more to teach you By Jackie Cohen and Jill Webb Between all the Little Italy’s, Chinatowns, and Jewish quarters, throughout America cities, ethnic enclaves help bring culture and community support to immigrants when moving to the United States. When wandering into one of these […]
Hotels Redefine What It Means To Be A Concierge With TUG Robots By Jackie Cohen Ahead of their time, the brand new Sheraton Los Angeles San Gabriel is paving way for a new generation of hotel experiences, and memorable ones at that. When it opened in January 2018, the Sheraton Los Angeles San Gabriel Hotel […]
Learning to Fly: A Bird’s-Eye View of the Pioneer Valley By Kylie Jelley Ready For Takeoff! The sky was a shade lighter than sapphire with hardly a cloud in sight. It was the perfect day for flying. The heat created just a touch of turbulence that left me with a hint of nausea. But other […]
Sandcastles To See…Food To Eat…Music To Hear…Can It Get Any Better? By Olivia Gilmore I was always one to mold tiny sand castles with beach toys as a kid. There’s a hidden joy in being able to stand back, pat your hands, and look at your tiny sand accomplishment before it gets washed away (or […]
Leisure Stays at the Aloft and Element Boston Seaport hotels By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor Boston, Massachusetts‘ most up-and-coming neighborhood is the Waterfront District. With the gigantic Seaport Convention Center and the water views, this section of South Boston has been adding new hotels to complement the robust convention business that’s putting the city on the map. […]
See The Best Of Beantown with a Boston City Pass By Sierra Sumner Boston, Massachusetts is legendary for its history and culture. Growing up in nearby Lowell, Mass, the state capitol is a hub for everything, as well as its twin, Cambridge. I set aside a fall weekend to explore the city and see what it […]
The Cranberry World of Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod By Shelley Rotner Have you ever noticed cranberry-colored fields off the highway in the distance while driving to Cape Cod in Massachusetts? Those fields are cranberry bogs. Cranberries are one of the native fruits in New England. There’s such a multitude of cranberry farms dotting the […]
A Public Tour of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT By Carson McGrath As a senior at Massachusetts University, I was excited to visit the classrooms and campus greens of another college on the other end of the state. Trademark Tours allow the public to travel through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s campus guided by […]
Read about what places to find the best food during your Pioneer Valley Massachusetts adventures, from sandwiches, brunch, burgers, and pita pockets.