Southeastern Massachusetts

All Here and All Near

Do you love…the great outdoors? Unspoiled beaches? Magnificent working waterfronts? World War II battleships? World-class museums? Fabulous shopping? Connectivity to anywhere you want to be next? Interstate highway access? Award-winning wineries and brew pubs? Beauty at a bargain price?

If so, Southeastern Massachusetts is for you!

New Bedford Whaling Museum images

You can visit the New Bedford Whaling Museum where Herman Melville’s Moby Dick comes to life. Step aboard the Battleship Cove, a floating museum where the WWII battleship USS Massachusetts and other warships reside. Feel the beauty and serenity of the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette. Pack a lunch and plant an umbrella at Horseneck Beach, one of New England’s most beautiful and pristine beaches. Experience the wealth of arts and culture thriving in our area. Southeastern Massachusetts has it all!

And with easy access to Cape Cod and fast ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, Southeastern Massachusetts is truly “All Here and All Near.” Southeastern Massachusetts is a mere 50 miles from Boston, 25 miles from Providence, 25 miles from the Cape and a quick hop to the islands.

Spectacular New England charm awaits you, away from the hustle and bustle of the typical tourist stops. Southeastern Massachusetts is easy to get to and easy to love.

For more information, contact Ashley Wojtunik of the Southeastern Massachusetts Visitors Bureau at 508-999-5231 or visit our website at

Southeastern Massachusetts — All Here and All Near!