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Posted by Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

There’s something about this time of year that brings families closer and begs us to savor the moment.
Here is our recommendation for how to spend a day soaking up autumn goodness with loved ones.
Family + Outdoors + History + Food & Drinks + Laughter + Shopping + Art = Memories

honeypot9:00 am | Start the day at Honey Pot Hill with delicious cider donuts and hot apple cider, then pick your favorite pumpkin to carve and decorate later with the kids!
138 Sudbury Road, Stow, MA | (978) 562.5666
battleroad12:00 pm | Fall foliage and key historic sites meet along Battle Road Trail in Minute Man National Historic Park. Bring a picnic and walk with camera in hand through farming fields, forests, and wetlands. Start at various points on Route 2 in Lexington or the Minute Man Visitors Center. | (978) 369-6993
deCordova2:30 pm | Feed your brain with a stop at deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park to walk among the sculptural displays and take in the latest art exhibit.
51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA 01773 | (781) 259-8355
walden4:30 pm | Drive along Route 2 for stunning scenery before stopping at Walden Pond for a leisurely walk around the birthplace of the conservation movement and source of inspiration for Thoreau’s work.
915 Walden St, Concord, MA 01742 | (978) 369-3254
concord6:00 pm | Stroll along Main Street in charming Concord. Pop into a shop or two and wander the sidewalks in search of holiday gifts and a little something for yourself. Start a conversation with a local and lose track of time…
Main Street, Concord, MA 01742
woods hill table7:00 pm | Enjoy a true farm-to-table dining experience at Woods Hill Table, where the philosophy is all about great food, family farms, and sustainable sourcing.
24 Commonwealth Ave., Concord, MA 01742 | (978) 369-6300