Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont
The Northeast region is home to some of the USA’s most iconic cities and architecture. From New York’s Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty to Philadelphia’s Independence Hall in Pennsylvania, from the university vibes of Boston, Massachusetts to the beachside casinos of Atlantic City, New Jersey, this is the place to soak up vibrant urban American culture. Not forgetting the more peaceful side of the Northeast in its chateau-style mansions (Delaware and Rhode Island) and the quintessential New England inns that now offer the perfect romantic retreat.
Despite the Northeast’s association with grand American cities, this is a region of great outdoor recreation. Indulge in the lively beaches of New Jersey, road trip through leafy New England countryside in New Hampshire, hike unbroken wilderness in Maine, bike through the Pennsylvania Wilds and enjoy just about anything from water sports to winter sports in Vermont. Cruise the Connecticut River, kayak Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay or the waters of New Jersey’s Pinelands, or simply take a dip along Rhode Island’s coast.
The Northeast is rich in artistic and historical heritage. From Connecticut’s maritime past to the key Revolutionary War sites of Massachusetts, early European influences are felt across the region. Art lovers can explore beautiful antiques in Delaware, the quaint artist colony of Maine’s Monhegan Island, works from the Hudson River School and visit world-class museums in New York and Pennsylvania. Maryland boasts the USA’s largest free arts festival, performing arts abound in New Jersey and quintessential small town galleries await all across New England.
For all its leafy, quaint and coastal beauty, this region is a place to indulge. Shop Fifth Avenue in New York or enjoy tax-free purchases in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and New Jersey. Try local lobster and oyster at New England’s waterside restaurants, sample award-winning cheese and tasty brews served up by Vermont’s agricultural heritage or simply dine American in the Diner Capital of the World – New Jersey. Connecticut and New Jersey do casinos, while along the same coast you’ll find quiet, romantic spots that serve up dinner cruises and spas.
Albany, Atlantic City, Augusta, Baltimore, Bethel, Block Island, Boston, Bretton Woods, Bridgeport, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Burlington, Cambridge, Cape Cod, Concord, Cooperstown, Crisfield, Easton, Elizabeth, Frederick, Gettysburg, Hartford, Havre de Grace, Hershey, Hoboken, Killington,Lake Champlain, Lancaster, Lewes, Litchfield, Longwood Gardens, Madison, Manchester, Manchester, Nantucket, New Bedford, New Castle, New Haven, New London, New York City, Newark, Newport, Niagara Falls, Ocean City, Ocean City, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Plymouth, Portland, Portsmouth, Princeton, Providence, Provincetown, Reading, Rochester, Salem, Salisbury, Saratoga Springs, St. Michaels, Stowe, Sugarloaf, Syracuse, Trenton, Warwick. Westport, Wilmington, Winterhur, Woodstock, York.
Acadia National Park, Adirondack Mountains, Antietam National Battlefield, Appalachian Trail, Appalachian Trail, Battery Park, Battle Road Trail, Beacon Hill, Berkshire Hills, Black Heritage, Trail, Boston Athenauem, Breakers Cliff Walk, Bronx Zoo, Brown University, Campobello Island, Canterbury Shaker Village, Cape May, Carnegie Museum of Art, The Catskills, Central Park, Chesapeake Bay, Assategue, Chincoteague & Smith Islands, Cloisters, Coney Island, Delaware History Trail, Dover’s First State Heritage Park, Elk Neck State Park, Elk Scenic Drive, Ellis Island, Empire State Building, Fairmont Park, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Fenway Park, Finger Lakes, Fort Adams State Park, Franconia Notch, The Freedom Trail, Gettysburg National Military Park, Grand Central Station, Green Mountain National Forest, Hagley Museum, The Hamptons, Harvard, Hudson River,Independence Hall, Independence National Historic Park, Kennebunks, Killens Pond State Park, Lake Winnepesaukee, Letchworth State Park, Long Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge, Mark Twain House & Museum, Martha’s Vineyards, Mashantucket Pequot Museum, Masonic Temple, Massachusetts State House, The Met, MIT, Morristown, Mount Monadnock, Mount Washington, Mystic Seaport, Nemours Mansion & Gardens, New England, Niagara Falls State Bark, Old Meeting House, Old State House, Park Street Church, Pea Patch Island, Penobscot Bay, Philadelphia Zoo, Pine Barrens, Pinelands, Pocono Mountains, Quincy Market, Reading Terminal Market, Rehoboth Beach, Rockefeller Center, Roger Williams Park, Second Bank of the United States, Shelburne Museum & Farms, Sleeping Giant National Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Statue of Liberty, Thimble Islands, Thomas Edison National Historical Park, Time Square, Union Oyster House, United States Custom House, United States Naval Academy, US Mint, Valley Forge National Historic Park, Wall Street, Western Amish Country, White Mountain National Forest, World Trade Center Site and 9/11 Memorial, Yale University, Yankee Stadium.