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According to the AAA, you must experience Boston Area Fall plants at least once.

According to the AAA, you must experience Boston Area Fall plants at least once.

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One place offers “amazing yellow, red and orange leaves in autumn.”

Plants in Boston Public Garden

In the public garden, a small tree with magnificent yellow leaves stands out against the deep autumn that surrounds it. Suzanne Crater / Globe Staff.

According to the AAA, as the trees of Massachusetts change color to their famous autumn, there are many places in the Boston area where travelers should experience at least once a year.

Your AAA Daily published a list. Northeast Fall Plant Tours You Must Do At least Once Full of places, “the best to see the beautiful changing colors of the weather” and many places in Boston made the cut.

The leaf should go to the peepers. Arnold Arbortum.Which, according to the publication, “offers bright yellow, red and orange leaves in autumn.”

Other great places in the city to see the colors of the season. Public garden., Esplanade., And Rose Kennedy Greenway.According to AAA, and the city’s neighborhoods are best worth a walk for the fall. Bacon Hill, Back bay, And Without village.

The AAA said it was also worth traveling. Lexington For “beautiful landscapes, but also for the landmarks of the American Revolution.” Mintman National Historic Park..

For accommodation, the publication recommends the following hotels with AAA Diamond names: Boston Harbor Hotel, Hilton, Double Tree by Hilton, Fairmont Copley Plaza, Hyatt Regency, InterContinental Boston, and Accommodation. Marriott