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slides: The Best Fall Festivals in New England 2013

Friday, September 13, 2013

 

There is no better place to enjoy fall than in New England, and the region's incredible array of festivals and fairs is one of the biggest reasons why.

From Central Massachusetts to the coast of Maine, from apple to pumpkin fests, from beer to oysters, from small regional harvest fests to the grandaddy of them all The Big E, there is a never-ending roadtrip ahead. GoLocalWorcester has rounded up the 24 best from all over the region, and you'll want to try to hit every one by November. Start planning now.

 

 

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