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New England Holidays

America's leafy home away from home

A location in the north-east of the US, New England comprises six states: the stunningly verdant Maine, the vibrant and academic Connecticut, the leafy Vermont, the mountainous New Hampshire, the tiny but charming Rhode Island and the iconic Massachusetts, home to Boston. Famous for the gorgeous ‘Fall’ scenery, New England is a fantastic year-round destination with a huge variety of activities on offer. Read more...

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Explore the blazing, autumnal colours of New England

The US states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maine and New Hampshire make up New England. Holidays to New England are popular in autumn when the forests across the state come alive with a blaze of colour.

Focused on romantic getaways and family holidays, New England holidays have something for everyone from deserted and wild beaches and amazing seafood of the seaside towns, to the mountains of the Berkshires and the forests of Vermont.

Things to do in New England

Popular in winter for its skiing and snow sports, holidays to New England are possible all year round. In summer, holidays in New England cannot help but appreciate the impressive outdoors lifestyle that is so enjoyed here. The collective states really come into their own in autumn, when many visitors or ‘leaf-peepers’ come to enjoy the beautiful golden and burning reds that the foliage turns to.

When to go to New England

Climates can vary between the states but in general average highs of around 29°C in July and lows of -9°C in January. As you might expect, Vermont and some of the White Mountains region sees heavier snowfall than the coastal regions.

Touring in New England

American Sky’s Great East Coast Cities takes in all of the major attractions in New England while the seven-night Colours of New England tour begins and ends in Boston, taking in Cape Cod, the Connecticut River Valley, Woodstock, Littleton and Portland. The seven-night Self-Drive New England Explorer begins and ends in Boston and tours many of the top sites in New England along the coast and inland.

Planning a holiday to New England in 2016/2017?

Planning a holiday to New England in 2016 or 2017? American Sky has the experience to help you plan your perfect holiday. Call our New England specialists today and make the most of your next holiday.

Holiday highlights:

  • Six Flags New England, Springfield.
  • White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
  • Whale-watching tours
  • Boston
  • Acadia National Park, Maine
  • Portsmouth
  • Great North Woods
  • Lake Champlain
  • Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory tour
  • Newport’s cliff walks and mansion tours

New England Information

There are a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in New England. Check out our travel guides for some of the highlights, top tips and travel inspiration from our American Sky Experts, along with some essential information you may need for your holiday.


Explore New England in the fall Explore New England in the fall
The rolling colours of the New Hampshire hills, the lively towns of the Pioneer River Valley and the luscious harvests of the Greenvale Vineyards; you’ll find the best of the seasons offerings in New England.
Top 10 things to do in New England Top 10 things to do in New England
One of the most iconic stamping grounds for seasonal photographers and lovers of scenic strolls has to be the region of New England, which can be found squirreled away on the northeast coast of America on the border with Canada.

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