Visit Massachusetts

42.3000° N, 71.8000° W

New…fresh…exciting Massachusetts

Take a stroll with your friends down a windy cobblestone road and you'll understand why we never want to leave. Massachusetts has a cultural and historical significance in the founding of America. Our rich natural resources including water, forests, wildlife and land all contribute to making our beautiful colony so desirable.

Founded in 1620 by John Winthrop, the Pilgrims from England brought their whole lives and started over in Massachusetts. This location was set with a rough winter for the Pilgrims, who were already feeble and weak from the long trip on the Mayflower.


"Taketh a stroll with thy cater-cousins down a windy cobblestone road and thou'll understandeth wherefore we nev'r wanteth to leaveth. Massachusetts hath a cultural and hist'rical significance in the founding of am'rica. Our rich natural resources enwheeling watereth, f'rests, wildlife and landeth all contribute to making our beautiful colony so desirable. Found'd in 1620 by John Winthrop, the pilgrims from england brought their whole lives and start'd o'er in massachusetts. This location was seteth with a rough wint'r f'r the pilgrims, who wast already feeble and weak from the longeth tripeth on the mayflower."

The Mountains Are Calling

Massachusetts is a Royal colony; the British Crown retains sovereignty over the colony and governs it. The Pilgrims were Puritans, a religious group who moved to the New World. Because we do have short summers, farming was difficult, but we raise corn, pumpkins, rye and squash which are all important for the economy and our trading.


"Massachusetts is a royal colony; the British Coronet retains sov'reignty o'er the colony and gov'rns it. The pilgrims wast puritans, a religious group who mov'd to the new ordinary. Because we doeth hast sh'rt summ'rs, farming was difficult, but we raiseth c'rn, pumpkins, rye and squasheth which art all imp'rtant f'r the economy and our trading."

American Harpsichord Music in the XVIII Century / The complete album / Olivier Baumont