5 Historical Scenic Drives In Massachusetts

Not only is Massachusetts a state rich with America’s history, but it’s also home to breathtaking landscapes, wind-blown seashores, and scenic mountain ranges.

Make sure to budget enough time to climb to the top of the Veterans War Memorial Tower, a towering 92-foot structure that stands at the pinnacle of Mount Greylock.

Mount Greylock Scenic Byway

The Essex Coastal Scenic Byway also has plenty of family-friendly attractions along the way, like Salem Willows Arcade and Park in Salem.

Essex Coastal Scenic Byway

Visitors can walk the same battlegrounds as the Revolutionary soldiers and explore the many trails, historical structures, and notable sites on the grounds.

Battle Road Scenic Byway

This 65-mile road takes you through ancient forests, historic towns and landmarks, and magnificent views.

Mohawk Trail Byway

The Cape Ann Shore coastline drive is a popular Massachusetts day trip, offering plenty of breathtaking seaside views in the span of 21 miles.

Cape Ann Shore

Finish your tour in Rockport, a quaint seaside village most famous for Motif #1, a fishing shack that is the most frequently painted building in America.

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