You can take the Harwich Ferry on an 80-minute trip over to Nantucket (June-September). A drive down to Hyannis will put you at the ferry terminal for an excursion to Martha’s Vineyard on various ship lines, with trips departing multiple times daily.

Take a step back in time, and visit the beloved Plimoth Plantation, which provides an engaging and experiential outdoor and indoor learning environment. The permanent exhibits tell the complex and interwoven stories of the English and Native cultures. There is an exciting menu of special events, public programs, and workshops offering a rich exploration of the 17th century. A ticket to the Plantation also includes entrance to the Mayflower II – a replica of the original ship which crossed the Atlantic in the early 17th century. Mayflower II is located at the State Pier on Plymouth’s waterfront. Plimoth Plantation is a little less than an hour from Saturday Farm.

Discover the elegance and charm of the Newport Mansions in Newport, RI. The Preservation Society of Newport County preserves and presents an exceptional collection of house museums and landscapes in one of the most historically intact cities in America. Newport is about 2 hours from Saturday Farm.