Tours in New England

Consisting of six states, each with their own unique identity, you could dedicate years to uncovering the secrets and treasures of New England. Drive winding Vermont roads, taking in stunning views of the vivid palette of fall reds, oranges and yellows as you go, and sample what’s widely considered to be the best maple syrup this side of Canada. Journey to Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts, where the pilgrims of the Mayflower first set foot in 1620, and dine on hearty authentic American diner foods at one of Worcester’s many renowned diners. With its buzzing cities, vast national parks and wild seascapes, New England is just waiting to be explored.

Our 10-day Colours of New England Tour will take you on a classic autumnal round trip from Boston and along the stunning coastline up to Maine, through fiery-hued forests and some of the most historic destinations in North America. Alternatively, if you’re planning to visit during spring or summer, our eight-day Brew England: Beaches, Bluffs and Beer Tour will see you experiencing the best of New England, while learning about the world-famous breweries of the area. The perfect blend of history, culture and foodie highlights.

You can also discover New England as part of a wider, more extensive tour of North America. Join our 19-day Seven Seas Navigator® Montréal to Miami cruise tour that’ll take you on a colourful journey from the French-Canadian cities of Montréal and Québec City, through historic Boston and bustling New York, down to sunny Miami. An adventure you won’t soon forget.

10 days

Colours of New England Tour

Guide Price £1,999 pp  

Flame reds and fiery russets, rich gold's and deep ochres blend into a breathtaking backdrop on this colourful New England journey. Add in the bustle of historic Boston, the beautiful mountains of New Hampshire and the stunning Maine coastline and...

Escorted tours

Colours of New England Tour
10 days

Lighthouses and Lobsters

Guide Price £2,099 pp  

Discover quaint seaside towns, picturesque scenery and colourful lighthouses all in one New England self drive tour. Begin in historic Boston and take a stroll along the famous Freedom Trail, before exploring the small fishing communities and lighthouses along the...

Self drive holidays

Lighthouses and Lobsters
17 days

Seven Seas Navigator New England and Canada Cruise


Discover the rugged coastline of New England and Eastern Canada in luxury with Regent Seven Seas Cruises®. From the moment you board the 490 guest Seven Seas Navigator® you will experience the incredible service and attention to detail which brings...

Cruise holidays

Seven Seas Navigator New England and Canada Cruise
8 days

Brew England: Beaches, Bluffs and Beer Tour

Guide Price £2,289 pp  

A tour like no other - take a unique opportunity to take in New England's fascinating history and breath-taking scenery as you sample it's world-famous breweries on this eight day small group tour itinerary. Begin in historic Boston, before journeying...

Escorted tours

Brew England: Beaches, Bluffs and Beer Tour
11 days

Brew England

Guide Price £2,399 pp  

Discover the tastes of Massachusetts and New England on this self drive tour, this tour takes you through some of lesser known areas to experience the real craft beer industry combined with the natural beauty of the New England area...

Couples Holidays

Brew England
12 days

Best of New England

Guide Price £2,099 pp  

Tour New England from the Wild West coast of Maine to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, The Green Mountains of Vermont, and the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts. This is one of the most popular regions for driving tours in...

Self drive holidays

Best of New England

Expert Tips


Senior Destination Manager

“If you’re up to the challenge, traverse the imposing Appalachian Trail for a true sense of New England’s solitary, beautiful wilderness – it can feel as though you’re the only people left on Earth. Such a rush.”


Destination Manager

“For the best sunset views in Boston head up to the observation deck at the top of the Marriott’s Custom House. It’s a real hidden gem – some of the locals don’t even realise it’s there.”


Destination Executive

“If you love ice cream, plan a trip to the Ben & Jerry’s Factory in Vermont. You can join one of the factory tours and learn about how the ice cream is made, before the best bit – sampling some of the flavours at the end.”

Frequently Asked Questions

The region of New England comprises six states in the northeast of America: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

New England is a region with four distinct seasons, all with their highlights. Spring signals the arrival of Baseball season, when New England's kaleidoscopic flora starts to bloom. Summer is perfect for adventurers and beach bums alike; sail Cape Cod and enjoy clear skies. Winter brings ski season, a chance to get the adrenaline pumping. Autumn, or fall, is particularly spectacular though - the forests of New Hampshire and Vermont turn from green to harmonious shades of red, orange and gold. 

Boston is home to two of the best sporting teams in the United States, the New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox. American football is huge in Boston, which isn’t surprising considering the success of the Patriots. But the love that Bostonians feel for the Red Sox runs deep. There’s no right or wrong answer to this one, but rest assured that whatever your choice, you’ll experience the very best of American sport.

New England is steeped in American history. Walk in the footsteps of the Mayflower pilgrims at Plymouth Rock, join in with the cheering crowds at a Red Sox game, set sail from Cape Cod, and drive through seemingly endless forests of red and gold in the autumn.

Why you'll love New England...

• Visiting Plymouth Rock, the site of the Mayflower’s landing in 1620
• Tucking into a hearty bowl of clam chowder
• Fishing for the world’s best lobsters in Maine
• Admiring the warm autumn colours of New Hampshire in the fall
• Discovering the culinary delights of Boston’s emerging foodie scene
• Whale watching at Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary
• Wading through the flooded cranberry bogs of Massachusetts
• Soaring above the trees in Stowe, Vermont on one of the longest and fastest ziplines in the US
• Touring one of New England’s famous whiskey distilleries
• Shucking oysters fresh from Rhode Island’s salt ponds
• Taking a tour of the hallowed grounds of Harvard University
• Getting back to nature in Acadia National Park

Did you know?

• The real life von Trapp family that inspired The Sound of Music eventually settled in Stowe, Vermont.
• Vermont also has the highest cow-to-people ratio in the United States at about 1:2.
• In 1939, a bill was introduced making it illegal to add tomatoes to chowder in Maine.