Massachusetts GuideMassachusetts is a state in the New England region of the United States of America. Massachusetts is known as "The Bay State" because of its three large bays which dominate and shape the coastline. HotelsFind hotels in Boston, Plymouth, Salem, Springfield, Cambridge and more.
Popular in MassachusettsBostonBoston is the largest city in New England, the capital of the state of Massachusetts, and one of the most historic, wealthy and influential cities in the United States of America. PlymouthPlymouth, "America's Home Town", is in Massachusetts on the South Shore. Plymouth includes the villages of Cedarville, Manomet, North Plymouth and West Plymouth. SalemSalem is a city in Massachusetts, New England. The city is well worth a day-trip from Boston, or even a trip in its own right, to see what basically amounts to a three-dimensional textbook of American architectural history.
In MassachusettsGreater BostonGreater Boston is a region in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in the United States of America. Cape CodCape Cod is an arm-shaped peninsula located on the Easternmost portion of Massachusetts. Southeast MassachusettsSoutheastern Massachusetts is in Massachusetts. Central MassachusettsCentral Massachusetts, also referred to as Central Mass. is a region in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in the United States of America. Northeast MassachusettsNortheast Massachusetts is in Massachusetts. Pioneer ValleyThe Pioneer Valley is the region around the Connecticut River valley in Western Massachusetts. Berkshire HillsThe Berkshire Hills are in Berkshire County at the western end of Massachusetts. They are actually three separate mountain ranges, separated by the valleys of the Housatonic River in the south and the Hoosic River in the north.