When it comes to Massachusetts, there is truly so much to experience. From historical trips, trails and tours to exciting beaches, bridges and brews, there is a never-ending list of ways to keep busy and keep exploring new things across the state. Plus, because of how different the cultures are near Boston, in Western Massachusetts, on the Cape, and along the SouthCoast, the types of activities you will be trying in these different regions will vary as well.

Maybe you've lived in the Bay State for your whole life. Maybe it's just a stop along the journey of your life. Or maybe you're like me, and you're a newbie to the Massachusetts way of life. Regardless, there's a chance that you've experienced quite a few of Massachusetts' most iconic landmarks and attractions. After all, they come in all shapes and sizes. Many people even travel from out of town just to get a glimpse at some of these natural and manmade wonders.

So how many have you been to? Go ahead – Count along with us, and see just how "touristy" you have been in your very own state over the years – or months – you've lived here. And who knows? Maybe this will even encourage you to get out and explore parts of the state you've never thought to explore before!

Count How Many of These Iconic Mass. Attractions You've Visited

Ah, Massachusetts – a fun and exciting destination for family vacations. There's truly a bit of everything throughout the Bay State, from major league sports fields and theme parks to historical sites and sandy beaches. Whether you've been to Massachusetts once or lived here your whole life, there's a good chance you've been to at least a few of the state's most iconic landmarks and attractions. Count along and let us know how many you've visited!

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