Fun In New England - Massachusetts
Fun In New England is a directory of places to go and things to do in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Currently the main focus is on the Connecticut River Valley region from Greenfield, MA to Old Saybrook, CT (and also Cape Cod as of 2013), however the website is constantly expanding to cover all of southern New England. This website strives to be a simple, clear, easy to use site with no annoying advertising, clutter, or confusing page navigation. It also tries to be as accurate and up to date as possible.

Photos are a main feature of this website and it is my goal to have more photos of places than any other travel or entertainment website for New England. All photos are copyright. Photos, maps, and data within this website may be printed for personal noncommercial nonprofit use only. Any other use requires written permission from the website owner.

Website copyright, owned, designed, and maintained by D. Torre of ZingTech Computer Enterprises.

For more information, or to send comments or questions, or report errors and omissions, or inquire about advertising opportunities use the contact form.

July 2007: www.FunInNewEngland.com went live on the Internet.

February 2014 Update: For the last year I have been adding new places and information including Boston Chinatown restaurants and places on Cape Cod. In fact, ALL hotels and motels on Cape Cod are now listed and include detailed amenities and recent prices. I have done a total overhaul to the database which will result in more detailed data. I have recently been improving the website and fixing numerous bugs. If you have had error messages or have had trouble logging in then hopefully it's fixed now. On another note, I've discovered that it's practically impossible to keep up with all the places that go out of business or change their names, but I will try my best.

June 2015 Update: Been adding content (especially restaurants), removing closed businesses and making minor improvements.

December 2015 Update: Working on aesthetic and usability improvements, in addition to data updates.