When the leaves change color, it's time to jump into your car and take a tour of the New England states. These quiet, picturesque states offer everything from fine cuisine to scenic views. Take this quiz to learn more about the beauty of the New England states.
The leaves are all different colors and falling off the trees in October. This is a perfect time to go leaf hunting in New England.
Along route 100 in Vermont, starting at Stamford, you'll pass many sugar houses and general stores.
Take out the camera and snap some shots of this scenic covered bridge, located close to the intersection of Routes 100 and 17.
Enjoy a quiet and slow drive through the Green Mountains along Route 100, which extends from Massachusetts all the way up close to the Canadian border.
Stop by Robert Frosts' grave in Old Bennington along Route 67 in Vermont.
The Trapp Family Lodge is a must see, located in Stowe along Route 108.
Route 12A, which is close to the Connecticut River, is well known for its covered bridges and vintage barns.
Located along route 12A in New Hampshire, the Cornish-Windsor covered bridge is the longest two-span covered bridge in America.
Drive to the summit of Mount Kearsarge where you can see Boston, the Vermont Green Mountains, and the Atlantic Ocean.
The drive is worth it! Going up nearly 3,000 feet (914 meters) along the Kancamagus Scenic Highway, you'll have tons of great photo opportunities.
Take Route 112 to go through the White Mountains, starting at Conway and ending at Lincoln.
The Acadia National Park Loop Road, located in Maine, has many attractions and activities, including beaches and hiking.
Route 1 in Maine has several historic towns, including York, Ogunquit, and Wells.
Extend your trip along Route 1, which leads directly to Acadia National Park Loop Road.
The Glocester Loop through Blackstone River Valley is a scenic tour of apple orchards and farms.
Route 169, also known as the Historic Route, brings you to various historical sites.
Along Route 169 you'll find the Friendship Valley Inn, a common stop for the underground railroad.
Take a break from the history lesson and enjoy apple picking at the Lapsley Orchard or wine tasting at the Sharpe Hill Vineyard and Winery.
The Old King's Highway in Massachusetts is lined with antique shops, historical sites, and art galleries.
Eat to your hearts delight and enjoy fresh seafood along this highway. Beware, however, most of these seafood restaurants close after the summer season.