New museum unleashed in the Berkshires
The Museum of Dog has opened in North Adams.
The Museum of Dog has opened in North Adams.
With a mission to inspire interest in the wonder and power of science, the new 250,000-square-foot campus is already a popular attraction for locals and visitors.
The Alise Boston offers guests “the naked experience." It’s not as salacious as it sounds.
Yonan will be in Cambridge on March 25 at Harvest’s “The Book and the Cook” dinner series.
Yurts, used for thousands of years by Mongolian nomads, have become increasingly popular backcountry shelters for skiers and adventurers.
We talked with Tracy Bain, senior programs officer at the International Fund for Animal Welfare, a nonprofit with operational headquarters in Yarmouth Port.
Travel news — and gadgets — you can use.
After British Airways loses Dhawan Anil’s bag, the airline claims it’s not responsible and that he should call the police. What’s wrong with this picture?
A list of complaints and incidents against United Airlines over the past year.
Rum production in Martinique is monitored as closely as champagne production in France. Here’s where to see, and, most importantly, taste it on the island.
One of the only remaining independently owned ski areas in New Hampshire, Black has a storied history.
After taking the stairs down from Finn McCool’s, you’re confronted with all sorts of games like Skee-Ball and air hockey and cans of every proper college brew. Since opening in January, the fun spot has built a following among the weekday crowd with a concept built on references to famous college movies like “Animal House” and “Old School.”
It’s the kind of place where visitors take photos of the décor.
On March 25 in Maine, locals celebrate the 35th anniversary of Maine Maple Sunday, the unofficial start of spring, when Maine’s maple producers welcome visitors for demonstrations, sugarbush tours, and samplings.
A United flight attendant insisted that a dog be stored in an overhead bin on a flight from Houston to New York. By the time the plane landed at LaGuardia, the dog was dead.
For most people, this is a bucket-list adventure. Cheap, it isn’t. But it will move you.
When a hurricane ruins Evan Hasara’s honeymoon, he’s stuck with a $200 airline penalty after changing his ticket. Can he get a refund? Does he even deserve one?
The actor, in Boston performing in “The Humans,” said he is looking forward to exploring the city.
Spend your blizzard-bound day doing something productive, such as planning a way to escape to warmer climes.
Attleboro boasts two small but worthy museums in its downtown: The Attleboro Arts Museum and the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum.
My traveling companion and I resisted the siren song of the Ring of Kerry, choosing the road less traveled.
Less mass market and flashy than other resorts, Sun Valley opened in 1936 after Averell Harriman, chairman of the Union-Pacific Railroad, scouted the country looking for the perfect spot to open a self-contained destination ski area.
Once thought of as boring, traditional, dark and gray, newly energized Dublin is on the upswing. International tourism leaped 15 percent last year, and visitor numbers this year are already outpacing 2017.
Fairhaven’s stunning public buildings were a gift of Henry Huttleston Rogers (1840-1909), a local boy who made a fortune with Standard Oil.
As more passengers bring their phones, tablets, and laptops on flights, airlines are phasing out seat back monitors.
The Seamus Heaney HomePlace opened in autumn of 2016 as a paean to the poet’s origins and his accomplishments alike.
Craft beer and brewery enthusiasts will want to check out the new app launched by the Vermont Brewers Association.
In the community-sourced housing likeness of Couchsurfing and Airbnb, Wanderful’s program offers rooms and full units for women travelers provided by women hosts.
A 17-year-old survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is calling for college students to boycott Florida as a spring break destination. Could it actually work?
Sometimes, you just need to let your batteries recharge.
Here are a few New England travel ideas perfect for women going it alone.
Just inside the open garage door, the glow of coolers and strings of holiday lights signal to customers that they’re in the right spot.
We spoke with Kathryn Kelly, the executive chef and director of culinary enrichment for Oceania and Regent cruise lines, about the pleasures of food and travel.
The treasures of the Andean world, both ancient and modern, were ours to explore during a 17-day cruise that started in the bustling seaport of Valparaiso, Chile.
SwimRun, the Swedish adventure race first held in the United States — in Portland’s Casco Bay — in 2016, comes to Boston June 16.
If you want to check out filming sites for the Hollywood hit “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” don’t head for the Show-Me State. The star is North Carolina.
Her husband makes a detour to the ER shortly before their flight. She cancels their tickets, but must pay $850 to reschedule a future flight to a random date. What are the chances of a refund?
Here are five New England country inns with dining rooms that will satisfy the gastronomic desires of even the most serious of gourmet travelers.
These are some of the activities that await intrepid outdoorsy types at the home of two past Winter Olympic Games, in 1932 and 1980.
Every winter, Ottawa’s Rideau Canal turns to ice and becomes the Rideau Canal Skateway.
We were on a hawk walk. I was doing this walk in synchronicity with my dad, who had his own hawk on his arm beside me. This was my birthday present to him, on his first trip to Ireland.
A Q&A with the cofounder of Thomson Safaris of Watertown.
We caught up with the cocktail expert to talk about all things travel.
Here are five cruises for couples who aren’t the life of the party.
If you think that river cruises are exclusive to old fuddy duddys, think again.
On the road, people typically have to eat all or most of their meals at restaurants or hotels. On cruise ships and international flights, and at all-inclusive resorts, they’re practically held captive. When you’ve got dietary restrictions, that can make things difficult.
When George Feld booked a hotel in Orlando, he was transferred to the sales department for a timeshare.
Chef Garcia has worked at many well-known area restarurants. We caught up with Garcia, who hails from Guatemala and lives in Revere , to talk about all things travel.
Pack the bags, load the car, and dodge the cabin fever.