No matter where your interests lie, you can always find fun in this incredible city filled with history, culture, lovely neighborhoods, and excellent restaurants. Boston’s fascinating attractions include its museums, the Greenway, Freedom Trail, Boston Common, Fenway Park, and Newbury Street.
The city is also home to the prestigious Harvard University. As winter reaches the East Coast and Boston is covered in a blanket of snow, the city becomes a real treat to visit.
Although boat rides have been replaced by ice skating on the Boston Common Frog Pond, the Skywalk Observatory perfectly showcases the city’s beauty from above. You shouldn’t miss the seasonally operated waterfowl-shaped Swan Boats; children adore them.
Renowned for its museums, Boston’s museums are a cozy escape in the winter where you can discover more about America’s history.
Orange County, California
California’s surf cities, oceanfront hotels, theme parks, and mild winter weather make Orange County the perfect place for travelers who want to avoid the harsh, cold winter. Although it will be a little too cold for a dip in the ocean, you can still take in the beach scenery, visit nearby cities, and visit Disneyland (crowds are relatively low during January and February, excluding holiday weekends).
Lake Tahoe, California, and Nevada
Located between California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe is enclosed by lake and ski resorts, offering a range of activities that go with each season. You can stay at Basecamp South Lake Tahoe; it is just a short distance from Heavenly ski resort. The 72-mile tour around the lake’s perimeter is also one of the most beautiful winter road trips in the US.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Situated on the edge of North and South Carolina, Charlotte typically experiences mild winters with highs in the 50s. Visitors of all ages generally have a lot to do, from interactive and engaging children’s museums to local breweries for adults. You will have a memorable stay at Grand Bohemian Hotel Charlotte, Autograph Collection, situated near several of the city’s top attractions.
Miami, Florida, could be your ideal destination if you’d rather head further south for warmer temperatures and sunny skies and beaches. Miami is where everyone goes to play. You will have plenty to do and eat while you are here. Suppose you are looking to save on transport costs while having the time of your life. In that case, you can stay in Miami South Beach, then take long walks along world-famous South Beach, browse galleries in the Design District then visit the nearby Everglades National Park or Biscayne National Park.
New York City, New York
Looking for a budget-friendly getaway? New York City offers a wide range of affordable winter escapes. The Winter season is a great time to check out typically crowded places, such as Niagara Falls. In Buffalo, take a walk along Canalside’s waterfront for a bite. You can also enjoy fewer crowds at famous attractions in Cooperstown, with baseball season several months away.