|New England Tourist Information|
|Each New England state, region, city and town has its own rich sources of travel information.|
Most of New England's state, regional and big-city information offices publish annual magazine-format travel planning guides in print and online.
You can download it from the Web, they'll send you a paper copy for free, or you can pick one up at tourist information offices on major highways when entering the state.
They also have official state maps which are detailed, useful, and usually free. Just ask.
For the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism, 10 Park Plaza, Suite 4510, Boston MA 02116 (tel 1-617-973-8500 or toll-free from USA & Canada 1-800-227-6277) their website is the official source. They do not produce a printed paper guide. More...
For Cape Cod, contact the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, 5 Patti Page Way, Centerville MA 02632, at their Visitor Center at US 6 & MA Route 132, Service Rd, Barnstable MA 02632 (tel +1 508-362-3225, or toll-free 1-888-332-2732, that's 1-888-33CAPECOD), at the intersection where you exit the Mid-Cape Highway (US 6) to go south to Hyannis. More...
Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism Development,
PO Box 1856, 172 Pembroke Road, Concord NH
03302-1856 (tel +1 603 271
is better known as VisitNH.gov.
Order your free visitors guide and maps from
Department of Tourism & Marketing,
1 National Life Drive, 6th Floor,
05620-0501 (tel. toll-free
in USA & Canada 1-800-837-6668
offers a free vacation information packet.
The city's official tourism organization is New York City & Company (formerly the New York City Convention & Visitors Bureau), with an Official Visitor Information Center at 810 Seventh Avenue (between 52nd and 53rd streets), New York NY 10019, tel +1 212-484-1222. More...
—by Tom Brosnahan