22 August 2017 Comments Off on Massachusetts – Must see places [Part 2] Travel Tips & Advice
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Meseum
This Boston museum in a 4-hectare park overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and is dedicated to the life, leadership and legacy of the Massachusetts native who was the 35th president of the United States (Serving from 1961 – 1963).
- Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Basketball fans can head to Springfield, where John Naismith invented the game of basketball in 1891. It is a 3,700 square metre museum and inside you can view memorabilia, pay tribute to the game’s best players in addition to taking time to shooting a basket or two.
- Plimoth Plantation
This is a living history site that chronicles how the pilgrims settled in Plymouth. Aboard the Mayflower II tall ship, you can learn from costumed guides who talk about the journey that took place in 1620. You can also see a Wompanoag Indian home site, English village and grist mill.