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US New England States
Journey to the birthplace of the American Revolution, where thrilling moments from our nation's past come to life. Join Laura McKenzie on Boston's glorious Freedom Trail: View Paul Revere's house, the Old North Church and the Boston Tea Party Ship. This tour also includes the Boston Commons, Harvard University, Lexington, Concord, Plymouth Rock, Cape Cod and much more.
Boston, one of the most photographed cities in America, is a distinguished center for history, music, sports, academics and architecture. Explore some of America's most significant historical sites. Boston, a modern city rooted in the cradle of America's history.
Cape Cod: Sands of Time
The Sands of Time, tells about the formation of Cape Cod by ice, wind and waves. It accounts for the forces of erosion and how this give-and-take process is a vital component of what makes Cape Cod what it is today.
Lighthouses of New England
A nostalgic journey from Coney Island, New York where the last civilian operated lighthouses in America exist, to the rocky coast of Maine for a close up look at a life-style now gone, but fondly remembered.
Mount Washington Valley
Filmed in all four seasons. The beauty and wonder of New Hampshire's White Mountains are vividly captured in this picturesque program. Witness the beauty of Winter and the great skiing that takes place. Autumn explodes with its famous foliage and color. Spring and Summer are a hiker and campers delight. A perfect gift of a true vacation land.
The year 1627 lives forever at Plimoth Plantation. In this video you'll learn "first-hand," the stories of the men and women who settled in the New World. You'll visit the Wampanoags, whose help was essential to the colonists' survival. Come for a history lesson you'll never forget..at Plimoth Plantation.
Treasures of Historic Marblehead: What To Do and Where to Stay
Tour the historic town of Marblehead, settled in 1629, which sits on the coast of Massachusetts, only 15 miles from Boston. Discover the colorful and fascinating history of Marblehead from its time as a renowned colonial fishing port to its days as the yachting capital of the world. Enjoy the town's rich architectural legacy from the 17th century homes in the historic district to the 20th century seaside mansions; views of famous Marblehead harbor, seaside parks, and hidden gems found throughout the town and six of the top bed and breakfast inns the town offers.
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