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Discover the harvest spirit of New England on an escorted tour, taking in the striking autumn shades, the spectacular seaside of Portland, and the warming comfort foods.

During fall, New England’s historic university lawns are blanketed with crunchy leaves, wooden tables are lined with fresh pies and baked vegetables, and the streets are awakened with the shifting colours of the maples, birch, and oaks.

The six states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island make up New England, which is tucked into the northeast corner of the United States. Year round, the area is worth exploring on account of its prestigious academic past, thick forests, mountainous landscape, and wild, seafood-filled coastline. But autumn, the annual display of nature at its best, cannot be missed. 

Tours in this region are popular among over 50s travellers, with New England offering not only scenic holidays but restful and comfortable ones. A holiday to New England offers the chance to walk the leafy trails, road trip through the scenic Berkshire Hills, sample incredible seasonable produce, explore the city-dweller’s resort towns along the coast, and ride a historic railway to summit New England's highest peak, Mount Washington. You will even get the chance to indulge all your hygge temptations by stopping at Yankee Candle's flagship store in Deerfield. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for wild moose during your autumnal travels!

New England in the Fall
  • 3.94 (500 reviews)
  • USA
  • 6 excursions included
  • Explore New York, the world’s most exciting city
  • Follow Boston's world-famous Freedom Trail
  • A spectacular, full-day Fall Foliage tour
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  • 9 days from: £1350pp
  • Was: £1500pp
  • 7 airports
  • 7 dates available
  • Sep 2022 - Oct 2022
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Washington, New York & Niagara Falls
  • 4.31 (69 reviews)
  • USA, Canada
  • 5 excursions included
  • Spending a day discovering Washington DC
  • A trip through beautiful, forested, up-state New York
  • Travel south from Canada to historic Gettysburg
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  • 10 days from: £1494pp
  • Was: £1659pp
  • 2 airports
  • 7 dates available
  • May 2022 - Oct 2022
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Fall Colours of New England & Canada
  • 3.77 (135 reviews)
  • USA, Canada
  • 11 excursions included
  • Spend time in mesmerising New York City
  • Stay two nights in the shadow of Niagara Falls
  • Discover historic Québec City, overlooking the mighty St Lawrence River
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    • Flights Included
  • 15 days from: £2070pp
  • Was: £2299pp
  • 7 airports
  • 6 dates available
  • Sep 2022 - Oct 2022
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  • 7 excursions included
  • Experience the vibrant colours of the New England fall from the famed Kancamagus Highway
  • Take in the extraordinary Franconia Notch
  • Enjoy a day at leisure in friendly North Conway
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  • 11 days from: £1980pp
  • Was: £2199pp
  • 6 airports
  • 2 dates available
  • Sep 2022 - Oct 2022
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We answer the most frequently asked questions about holidaying in New England.

  • As New England is in the northeastern region of the United States, bordering Canada, the region faces lengthy winters and even heavy snow. And it gets colder the further north you travel. In summer, there is quite a lot of sun, with average temperatures hovering around 24°C.

  • It can vary from year to year, but New England’s world-famous harvest season kicks off in mid-September and stretches to early November. This is the optimal time to immerse yourself in the fall foliage in this part of the United States.

  • If you’re heading to New England for a fall foliage extravaganza, be prepared for a slight chill. Pack warm base layers, jumper, waterproof jacket, full-length trousers, scarf, sturdy/waterproof footwear, hat (for those sunny mornings!), and a camera or smartphone to capture all that brilliant colour.

  • You bet! When you have spare time on the tour in Boston, take a moment to try some of the region’s famed fresh lobster or even clam chowder before a stroll to the historic harbourside.

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