Come to adventurous Massachusetts
Four U.S. presidents, John Adams, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, George Herbert Walker Bush and John Quincy Adams, were all born in Norfolk County Massachusetts. Drive your Boston rental car to these three locations within the county for adventures in sports, in country music and under the sea.
Visit this Foxborough, Massachusetts, stadium to watch a New England Patriots, New England Revolution or University of Massachusetts Amherst football game. You could also see an international soccer match, high school football super bowl or NCAA lacrosse championship if you happen to visit at the right time! Besides sporting events, this stadium also houses musicians like Bruce Springsteen, U2, Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift. Billboard magazine ranked the stadium among the top 10 musical venues in the world in the last decade. Enter the facility from the Patriot Place plaza and you will be greeted by a lighthouse and bridge representing the coastal heritage of the area. On either side of the players' entrance to the field, you will spot a seascape also dedicated to the coastal history of Massachusetts. On a typical game day, Patriots fans eat over a ton of Italian sausage and 186 gallons of clam chowder at this New England stadium. Grab some grub and take a seat in one of the 68,756 spots available to cheer on your favorite team!
Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill
Country fans will love this rowdy restaurant. The bar is an 85-foot long guitar and is tended by Toby Keith's Whiskey Girls. There is live music and entertainment nightly and the place is packed to the gills on weekends. The menu includes Cajun-inspired dishes like grilled mahi-mahi as well as fried chicken, pork chops and ribs if you're looking for some southern cooking. The drinks range from margaritas and martinis to moonshine cocktails like a cinn-peach cooler or a double-wide paradise. Wear your cowboy boots to this down-home country bar and grill and you'll fit right in.
If you like adventure, drive your Boston rental car to this Foxborough treasure. At 5 Wits, you will find two live-action adventures, such as "Espionage" and "20,000 Leagues." In "Espionage," for example, guest are trained as spies and spend their time infiltrating and taking down an evil corporation. In "20,000 Leagues," adventurers accidentally discover the Nautilus, Captain Nemo's lost ship. A trained staff member accompanies each voyage to help along the way on these self-contained, hands-on journeys. Wear closed-toe shoes and comfortable clothing, as you'll want to be able to move freely and get into the spirit of these exciting games. The adventures are made for all ages and are meant to be thrilling and challenging, not scary, but adults are asked to use discretion when deciding to bring younger children. Shows run seven days a week, many times a day and tickets can be purchased ahead of time or at the door. You're sure to have a blast putting together puzzles and codes to make it through these awesome adventures!