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Our most recommended New England Entry Tickets

Foxwoods, CT: 33-Story Building Zipline Flight Pass

1. Foxwoods, CT: 33-Story Building Zipline Flight Pass

Journey to the rooftop of Fox Tower at Foxwoods Resort Casino, 350 feet off the ground. Feel the cool, crisp, air under you as you soar over the treetops at nearly 60mph, arriving a mile away at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center, with a smile from ear to ear! There is no other experience in Boston, New York or America quite like it! If you wish to visit the Pequot Museum after your flight, a $10 discounted entry ticket is available for purchase at the front desk. Once your flight is complete, a complementary shuttle will return you from the Musuem landing area back to the HighFlyer ticket counter. Souvenir photos and merchandise are available for purchase before and after your flight.  

Boston Lights: A Lantern Experience at Franklin Park Zoo

2. Boston Lights: A Lantern Experience at Franklin Park Zoo

Enjoy the spectacle of the Boston Lights once again illuminating Franklin Park Zoo with sparkling new lantern additions, plus a few returning favorites. Experience over 50 displays of hundreds of magnificently crafted lanterns spanning Franklin Park Zoo's 72 acres for this seasonal event. Walk through glowing corridors of lotus and sunflowers. Discover luminous scenes from the rainforest, whimsical ocean displays with creatures of the deep, glowing stretches of bamboo, traditional Asian lanterns, and a stunning 66-foot-long rose corridor. Immerse yourself in luminous animal and ocean scenes, traditional Asian lantern displays, and a stunning 164-foot-long phoenix, lighting up the dazzling night sky. New this year is a colossal 82-foot-long octopus tunnel with blinking eyes and color-changing tentacles, sure to dazzle and delight guests of all ages.

Boston Harbor: Sunset Party Cruise with Live DJs

3. Boston Harbor: Sunset Party Cruise with Live DJs

Hop aboard the Sir Winston, a luxurious yacht docked behind the historic Boston Harbor Hotel, for a lovely evening of live music and drinks. Enjoy a sunset cruise filled with amazing views of the city skyline as the sun sets and provides beautiful colors that create the perfect atmosphere. Dance to the upbeat music played live by a DJ on one of the largest and most spacious rooftop decks in Boston. Alternatively, sit back on the deck below, which is a quieter lounge with couch seating and outside access. Take in the club-like vibes and purchase your own drinks from one of the two full bars open on deck. Get lost in the music as you float along the harbor in the company of your friends.

Boston: Immersive Monet and the Impressionists Entry Ticket

4. Boston: Immersive Monet and the Impressionists Entry Ticket

Step inside the world of the Impressionist artists with this entry ticket to the Immersive Monet and the Impressionists exhibition. Enjoy a tantalizing exploration of color on an enormous scale and ravishing music specially created for this exhibit. Appreciate the work of the Impressionists — radicals that shook up the art world in the 19th century — in a different form. See how their efforts to capture the ever-elusive effects of sunlight and movement in expressive brushstrokes are magnified in this exhibition. Marvel at how the Impressionists captured both the transient nature of beauty, as well as the timeless beauty of nature. From Monet’s celebrated water lilies to Degas’s graceful dancers and so much more, step inside living paintings during this immersive experience. At Immersive Monet and the Impressionists, enjoy a masterpiece for the senses created by Massimiliano Siccardi, the creator of the original Immersive Van Gogh that sold over 4.5 million tickets in North America.

Boston: Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum Interactive Tour

5. Boston: Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum Interactive Tour

Considered the most important event that led to the American Revolution, the Boston Tea Party was part of a resistance movement in British America. Be part of this event that changed history on an interactive tour. Meet live characters, see replica ships, and learn about the people involved. Take a handbill from one of the colonists and find out what part you’ll play. In the meeting house, hear the story of the night of December 16, 1773 and receive your own mohawk disguise before the march to Griffin's Wharf begins. Experience the thrill of throwing a crate of tea into the sea and explore the replica ships that recreate the original vessels from the 18th century. Inside the museum, travel back in time with 3D holographic characters and watch British soldiers and colonial patriots argue right before your eyes. Then experience the battle inside the giant wraparound theater for a complete history lesson.

Mystic Seaport Museum: All Day Admission

6. Mystic Seaport Museum: All Day Admission

Spend the day exploring historic vessels, original 19th-century storefronts and dwellings, and engaging with friendly shipwrights at the seaport museum in Mystic. Visit a unique living historical setting, dedicated to preserving American maritime heritage. Explore the 19-acre museum campus, walk through a working shipyard where carpenters combine traditional skills and modern techniques to preserve the craft of wooden shipbuilding. See the Charles W. Morgan, the world’s last remaining wooden whale ship and learn how America transformed from a nation of whale hunters to watchers. Take a stroll around the recreated village, gardens, and waterfront while learning what it was like to earn one’s living from the sea. At the museum guests are welcome to add on activities such as sailing, cruises, and a daily planetarium shows exploring celestial navigation and other themes. Pack a picnic to enjoy, or dine at one of 3 seasonally-operated eateries.

Boston: Franklin Park Zoo Entry Ticket

7. Boston: Franklin Park Zoo Entry Ticket

Pre-book your entrance ticket to the Franklin Park Zoo and enjoy a day filled with meeting hundreds of remarkable species from around the world. Explore the 72-acre zoo nestled in Boston’s historic Franklin Park. Make your way around at a leisurely pace as you go from exhibit to view remarkable species that call the zoo home. Visit exhibitions such as the Kalahari Kingdom, Giraffe Savannah, Nature’s Neighborhoods, and the Outback Trail. Stand face-to-face with western lowland gorillas at one of five glass viewing stations. Come across ring-tailed lemurs, pygmy hippos, and a giant anteater. Discover African lions, Masai giraffes, Grevy's zebras, cute red pandas, prairie dogs, kangaroos, and emus.

Boston Harbor: Fall Foliage Luncheon Cruise

8. Boston Harbor: Fall Foliage Luncheon Cruise

Step aboard your yacht and settle into a seat in the climate-controlled observation cabin or on the open top deck. Once your captain has lifted the anchor, you are welcome to move around the boat and get your hands on a beverage from the bar.  As part of your ticket, enjoy a gourmet buffet-style lunch. Freshly-made seasonal items such as an assortment of sandwiches, fruit, chips, and desserts will be served directly to you. This cruise is excellent for families, friends exploring Boston and surrounding areas, and visitors or locals looking for a unique and relaxing afternoon adventure. Join the people that are drawn to New England every year thanks to its vibrant foliage. Capture the unique colors of fall on the Boston Harbor Islands while hearing stories about pirates and ghosts that haunt the islands. Find out how the islands have played an integral role in fortifying Boston in every war from the Revolutionary War until World War II. 

Plymouth: Plimoth Patuxet Living History Museums

9. Plymouth: Plimoth Patuxet Living History Museums

Journey back to the 17th century at Plimoth Patuxet and experience a unique immersion experience. The main campus includes two living history exhibits (Patuxet Homesite, 17th Century English Village) the Craft Center, Davis Gallery Exhibit in the visitor center, four retail stores, a cafe, and Nye Barn where some of the Rare Breeds animals live in addition to the Village to portray the Pilgrim story. After you view the orientation film in the Henry Hornblower Visitor Center, begin your experience at the historic Patuxet Homesite on the banks of the Eel River where guests learn about the Native peoples who have lived here for over 12,000 years. Learn about the indigenous heritage of the Northeast from contemporary interpreters who discuss the 17th-century life-ways of a culture that continues to thrive today. Following the path, your next stop is the Craft Center where you will meet Plimoth artisans reviving historic crafts. Restrooms and refreshments are available here. Then, proceed to the 17th-Century English Village, a journey 400 years back in time. Plymouth Colony comes to life in a recreation of the early English Pilgrim settlement, complete with timber-framer houses furnished with reproductions of the types of objects that the Pilgrims owned, aromatic kitchen gardens and heritage breed livestock. Historical performers, portraying real people who lived in Plymouth Colony, will educate and captivate with stories of the Mayflower's crossing, life among the Pokanoket and other nearby Native people. Help with chores, learn a dance, sing a song, or serve in the militia drill under Captain Standish's watchful eye. Back in the Henry Hornblower Visitor Center, you will find Plentiful Café, where a wide selection of culinary treats from history, including Wampanoag and pilgrim foods, can be found. Try a 17th-century recipe cheesecake or the sensational Indian pudding. Upgrade to a Combo Ticket or Heritage Pass to include a visit to Mayflower II or/and Plimoth Grist Mill. The iconic Mayflower II is docked on Plymouth's historic waterfront and welcomes visitors to climb aboard and experience what the 1620 crossing was like for the Pilgrims. Plimoth Grist Mill is a working mill on the original site of the Plymouth colony, within walking distance of the Plymouth waterfront and downtown, and approximately 2.5 miles north of Plimoth Patuxet. Journey back in time to the first water-power-driven grist mill in the country still in operation.

Acadia National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

10. Acadia National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

Take this self-guided driving tour, immersing yourself in the stunning fall colors and rich history of Maine, beginning at downtown Bar Harbor. Discover La Rochelle, a Gilded Age mansion, and learn about the raging fire that gave rise to today’s vibrant autumn foliage. Start by downloading the tour app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Enter Acadia National Park at the Hulls Cove Visitor Center and begin the drive around Park Loop Road. Along the way, discover the Great Meadow, Sieur de Mons, and Bar Harbor’s history. Pause at Beaver Lake and Jackson Labs to learn about Acadia’s wildlife before continuing on to Egg Rock Overlook and the Precipice Trail. Take a detour at Schooner Head, pausing at the Ocean Path Trailhead if you want to explore the path on foot. Continue along to Sand Beach, Old Soaker, Thunder Hole, Monument Cove, Otter Cliffs, and Hunters Beach. Pause at Jordan Pond for delicious popovers and jam or simply to enjoy the view. Continue past Bubble Pond and Eagle Lake, and finally begin driving up to the top of Acadia’s most famous peak: Cadillac Mountain. Your tour ends there, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beautiful vistas atop the mountain.

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What people are saying about New England

It really is very nice, you can see the dedication, that the effort to make all the figures of lights, they are striking and many of them have movement, you spend a pleasant time with the family, I recommend going even when the day is a little clear to see the figures in both forms, congratulations

We thought the whole experience was great. The guides/actors did an incredible job, had great enthusiasm, and made it educational but 'fun' considering the topic. It was very well run and organized.

It was amazing. I felt like I was part of the paintings. And the music was perfect. I’m so glad I experienced it.

Beautiful, but they need light for black people to take pictures.

Very nice, I really enjoyed it with my granddaughters