Boston Harborfest Redcoats Soldiers dressed in British Army Uniform reinact a key ceremony parade in front of The Old State House Boston Massachusetts.
Visit These East Coast Destinations For Incredible National Parks
Connecticut doesn't have any official national parks, but it is a state with a rich past and sites that are significant to the history of America.
Weir Farm Historical Park
This park features a collection of family homes and the studio of its namesake artist, impressionist Julian Alden Weir, who used its gardens and woodlands as inspiration.
It only takes two hours to travel the length of Delaware, making this park’s six historical sites relatively easy to visit in one day.
First State Historical Park
Dover Green is the first-ever state park, and Brandywine Valley comprises 18 miles of wildlife trails and a famous creek where a Revolutionary War battle was fought.
Maine's well-known rocky shorelines and wooded mainlands are on full display at this park, along with some stunning coastal islands.
Acadia National Park
Sunrises and fall colors are exceptional sights, and the park's views of Isle au Haut, Baker Island, and the Schoodic Peninsula are incredible.
While not a national park, the country's largest estuary is in Maryland and is home to many wildlife, including endangered species.
Chesapeake Bay
Wild horses can be found on Assateague Island, a surprising and welcome addition to the area. Swimming, fishing, boating, and many other water activities are available in the Bay.
The whole city of Boston is Massachusetts' best national park, as it would be difficult to find another city with as much national history.
Boston Historical Park
The Revolutionary War practically started in Boston, and The Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre are both pivotal points in American history that took place here.
History buffs can follow the city's Freedom Trail, which is marked throughout the city and leads to all the significant sites that will remain in history while listening to an audio tour.