Whether a native New Englander or new to the area, you’re sure to be captivated by Autumn in the Northeast.
Summer has drawn to a close. But lucky for us, Autumn, arguably New England’s most famous season, is only beginning. What are the best things to do in New England September through November? We’ve made a list!
Leaf peeping isn’t limited to the mountains – explore the Charles River Esplanade and Boston Commons amidst a confetti of fallen leaves! There’s no better way to spend a crisp Saturday afternoon in October.
Festive Fall Drinks
Of course Autumn wouldn’t be complete without some festive drinks. Check out the Warm Wind Blowing at the Temple Bar or the Fall Sgroppino at Posto. And you can’t miss the Pumpkin Margarita at La Casa De Pedro.
Explore a New Boston Neighborhood
Back Bay’s classic charm shines in the glow of a crisp autumn afternoon. Consider grabbing a pumpkin spice latte and some friends and making your way through these elegant streets for the perfect fall jaunt.
And last but not least…
Charles Riverboat Company Fall Foliage Cruises
Our Fall Foliage Cruises combine the best of everything on this list thus far. Our cruise will take you on a tour that combines the brilliant leaves, charming architecture and sparkling Charles River into a quintessential New England fall afternoon. And best of all – you can enjoy the scenery with a drink in hand!
We run every weekend through November – book your tickets now!