If you're looking for the best things to do in New England in the fall with kids in addition to viewing the beautiful New England fall foliage, this post is for you!
Connecticut is home to New London and the U.S. Navy's first submarine base. This small town is also known as “the Submarine Capital of the World.” It's also where the movie Mystic Pizza was filmed in Mystic Seaport, a neat New England village right on the water. Plus, you'll find many fun fall activities.
OgunquitFest happens at the height of leaf-peeping in Maine from October 21 – 23. It includes a classic car show, a giant craft fair, and many activities for kids. Acadia National Park is one of the ten most popular national parks in the United States and the perfect place to view the fall foliage.
Massachusetts is best known for Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox, the Freedom Trail, and Quincy Market. A few other spectacular things to do are The Salem Witch Trials, Visit a Cape Cod Cranberry Bog, Plimoth Pawtuxet and Plymouth Rock and much more!
The lovely state of New Hampshire is best known for its grand granite formations and quarries. It also has three other nicknames, Switzerland of America, Mother of River, and the White Mountain state. Other fun things to do are visit Mount Washington Cog Railway, Apple Picking at Mack's Apples, and so much more!
Rhode Island is one of the prettiest states and most famous for its fine jewelry and silverware. It's home to the gorgeous Newport Mansions. While you're visiting Rhode Island, consider horseback riding at Sunset Stables in Lincoln, plus so many more fun things to do with your kids!
Picturesque Vermont is known for some of the best cheddar cheese in the country, maple syrup, and over 100 covered wooden bridges. You can also enjoy Hiking in Vermont, Apple Picking at Billing's Farm, Leaf-Peeping by Chairlift, and don't miss visiting some of the Many Covered Bridges.