10 Best Places To Visit In New England 

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Acadia National Park, Maine – This park is a US national park located in the central part of the Maine coast, southwest of Bar Harbor.

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Quincy Market, Boston, Massachusetts - Since 1826, this bustling market hall has held a special place in Bostonian life.

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Boston Harbor Islands, Massachusetts - Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area is a national recreation area located among the islands of Boston Harbor in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Frenchman Bay, Bar Harbor, Maine - Frenchman Bay is a bay in Hancock Country, Maine, named after French explorer Samuel de Champlain.

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Portland Head Light, Portland, Maine - Fort Williams Park is located on the spectacular coast of Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

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New England Aquarium, Boston, Massachusetts - The New England Aquarium is a catalyst for global change through public involvement and education.

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North End, Boston, Massachusetts - North End, Boston's Little Italy, is a maze of narrow streets with some of the oldest buildings in the city.

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Kennebunkport, Maine - Kennebunkport is a coastal city in southern Maine. It is famous for its beaches, including the long, sandy Goose Rocks Beach and the smaller Arundel Beach.

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Rough Point Mansion, Newport, Rhode Island - Rough Point is one of Newport, Rhode Island's Gilded Age mansions, now open to the public as a museum.

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The Breakers, Newport, Rhode Island - The Breakers is the grandest of Newport's summer "cottages" and a symbol of the social and financial eminence of the Vanderbilt family in the Gilded Age.

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