Newton:Exploring America’s Garden City
Nicknamed “The Garden City”, Newton, MA was established way back in 1630, which was renamed into Newton in 1691 from its original name Cambridge. The rename was due to the village’s separation from being a part of “the new towne”. It was in 1874 that the village was finally turned into a city, paving the long way for its now enjoyable historic attractions, amazing sights, and comfortable accommodations all over town. When coming into the city, you can fly in and land at the nearest major airport in Newton, the Boston Logan International Airport.
Best Time to Visit
Spring through fall (March-October) in Newton, Massachusetts is a good time to visit due to the comfortable weather, but avoid June, July, and August as these are the busiest time for tourism so the hotel prices are also expensive. For less crowd and cheaper accommodations, book your Newton, MAhotels in advance for the rest of spring through fall months.
What to Do & Area Attractions
When in Newton, you shouldn’t miss its oddly gorgeous Newton Cemetery, which won’t haunt you unless you don’t go at all as it’s simply such a nice park in town. You should also relax by the Newton Upper Falls and take in the nice view around or take pictures. For a knowledge-enriching trip, visit the Nichols House Museum. After a long day exploration in the region, which you’d certainly have, treat yourself to Newton’s finest hotels, the 4-star Boston Marriott Newton or the 4-star Crowne Plaza Boston-Newton, which offer distinct vibes. The former is more of your modern lodging while the latter looks alive for some good nightlife.