This Massachusetts River View Is The Coolest Thing You’ll Ever See For Free
We here in Massachusetts are positively spoiled for good views. We have stunning seascapes, majestic mountaintops, and even city skylines that dazzle. However, this gorgeous river view in western Massachusetts might be one of the prettiest things you’ll ever behold without spending a dime. Let’s take a look at one of the best things to do in Massachusetts for free.
With so many beautiful places in Massachusetts, there are so many wonderful things to do in Massachusetts for free. For example, you can take a road trip along the Mohawk Trail. Or, you can enjoy some of the best scenic overlooks in Massachusetts. No matter what you choose to do first, there are plenty of interesting places in Massachusetts to explore.
More Massachusetts bridges to admire and explore
How many covered bridges does Massachusetts have?
In a 2003 survey of the covered bridges in Massachusetts, it was determined there were 12 designated covered bridges in Massachusetts remaining. Of those 12, seven of them are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Massachusetts used to be home to over 100 covered bridges, however, most of them have not survived to this day.
- The Arthur A. Smith, Lyonsville, MA
- Groton Street Covered Bridge, Pepperell, MA
- Old Ironsides Covered Bridge, Rutland, MA
- Covered bridge at Governors Academy, Byfield, MA
- Gilbertville Covered Bridge, Hardwick, MA
- Burkeville Covered Bridge, Conway, MA
- Covered Bridge at Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA
- The Goodrich Covered Bridge, Westfield, MA
See even more covered bridges in Massachusetts in this article, then plan a covered bridge road trip to see the remaining covered bridges before they are gone for good.
Where are the coolest bridges in Massachusetts?
While covered bridges get a lot of attention, it doesn’t mean “normal” bridges shouldn’t be appreciated as well. Massachusetts has a lot of fantastic bridges to admire. Here is a list of some of the best bridges in Massachusetts:
1. Old North Bridge, Concord, MA
2. French King Bridge, Erving, MA
3. Bridge of Flowers, Mohawk Trail, Shelburne Falls, MA
4. Iron Bridge, Shelburne Falls, MA
5. Elm Park Red Bridge, Worcester, MA
6. Mytoi Bridge, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
7. Aiken Street Bridge, Lowell, MA
8. Old Fort Point Channel Bridge, Boston, MA
To see even more cool bridges in Massachusetts check out this list of 19 amazing bridges in MA that you can drive over, boat under, or walk on.