Here you’ll see 20 great places to take pictures in New England, especially during fall!
Last October we traveled to New England. We were very excited about the whole trip, but especially because of foliage. We were checking foliage reports and things were going perfect, we would be there at peak in most places we were going to. But one week before our departure the weather changed, mostly in Vermont. So we had to change some of our plans, including going on secundary roads to find the best scenery.
But New England is not only about foliage, there are so many picturesque things to see like covered bridges, country stores and diners. Everything we were hoping to see!
So here you’ll find 20 great places to take pictures in New England!
1. Acorn Street, Boston, Massachussets
2. Yale University (Noah Porter Gate), New Haven, Connecticut
3. West Cornwall Covered Bridge, West Cornwall, Connecticut
4. The Blue Benn Diner, Bennington, Vermont
5. Henry Covered Bridge, North Bennington, Vermont
6. Chiselville Covered Bridge (One Dollar Bridge), Sunderland, Vermont
7. Vermont Country Store, Weston, Vermont
8. Grafton, Vermont
9. Jenne Farm Viewpoint, Reading, Vermont
10. Woodstock, Vermont
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11. Sleepy Hollow Farm, Pomfret, Vermont
12. Stowe, Vermont
13. Smugler’s Notch, Stowe, Vermont
14. Kancamangus Highway, New Hampshire
15. Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine
16. Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, Tremont, Maine
17. Camden, Maine
18. Portland Head Lighthouse, Portland, Maine
19. Kennebunkport, Maine
20. Mount Auburn Cemetery, Boston, Massachussets
And here you’ll find a map with the exact location of these 20 places. Enjoy your trip!
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