This travel and lifestyle series named for the long-running publication takes viewers on an insider's exploration of the cities, countryside locales, and far-flung places in the quaint and scenic region.
All Past Episodes
26:46 | #310 | TV-G
A ride on the tall ship Lynx provides a taste of what sailing was like in the early 1800s. Amy Traverso heads into the middle of Maine to find one of the most talked-about restaurants in the country, the Lost Kitchen.
26:46 | #309 | TV-G
Richard Wiese takes an insider's look at Nantucket with best-selling author Elin Hilderbrand. Amy Traverso visits Chatham Bars Inn on Cape Cod for one of its fantastic farm-to-table dinners.
26:46 | #308 | TV-G
Woodstock Inn & Resort's spectacular Kelly Way Gardens and the beaches of Block Island are visited.
26:46 | #307 | TV-G
Tamworth Distilling in New Hampshire's White Mountains and Little Fenway in Vermont are visited.
26:46 | #306 | TV-G
Newport, Rhode Island, the rugged Bold Coast of Maine, and a New England general store are featured.
26:46 | #305 | TV-G
Bangs Island Mussels, a fishery in Portland, Maine, and Vermont's Trapp Family Lodge are visited.
26:46 | #304 | TV-G
The music festival Tanglewood in the Berkshires and Williamstown, Massachusetts are featured.
26:46 | #303 | TV-G
Amy Traverso visits with legendary chef Jacques Pepin at his Connecticut home and helps cook up a couple of his favorite French-New England fusion dishes.
26:46 | #302 | TV-G
Richard Wiese and Amy Traverso visit Mayfair Farm, a sustainable New Hampshire farm that's cooking up incredible dinners and raising healthy and happy livestock.
26:46 | #301 | TV-G
Richard Wiese experiences the thrill of the Kennebec River, New England's top whitewater rafting destination.
26:46 | #213 | TV-G
We visit historic Lexington, Massachusetts, the town where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. While there, we cook up a New England artisan dinner with chef Stacy Cogswell at the Inn at Hastings Park. We provide suggestions for great New England food gifts.
26:46 | #212 | TV-G
We hike up to Holt's Ledge in Hanover, New Hampshire, and get a fall color tutorial from photographer Jim Salge, the resident foliage expert for NewEngland.com. Amy Traverso makes a beautiful summer salad with goat cheese and cherries.
26:46 | #211 | TV-G
New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee and a Maine clambake outside of Acadia National Park are visited.
26:46 | #210 | TV-G
The flora and fauna of New England is highlighted and orzo salad with smoked trout is prepared.
26:46 | #209 | TV-G
The Elms, one of the most breathtaking of Newport Rhode Island's Gilded Age mansions, is visited. Travel to Martha's Vineyard for some of the most succulent sea scallops in the world.
26:46 | #208 | TV-G
Explore how New England's past continues to shape its present. Apple cider doughnut muffins are made.
26:46 | #207 | TV-G
Spend an idyllic summer day on the shores of Cape Cod and stop in at the Chatham Bars Inn.
26:46 | #206 | TV-G
A hike in New Hampshire's White Mountains is featured and Vermont cheese gougeres are prepared.
26:46 | #205 | TV-G
Boston's legendary Fenway Park and a family-run inn on Chebeague Island in Maine are highlighted. Learn why glamping is all the rage with a look at the brand-new Sandy Pines Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine.
26:46 | #204 | TV-G
The unique and incredibly colorful tradition of cranberry harvesting is showcased in Massachusetts. Go off the beaten path in Vermont to explore Greensboro, which Yankee magazine editors call "the best little food town in New England," and visit a cult brewer and a cheese maker that rank among America's best.
26:46 | #203 | TV-G
A Connecticut Tigers baseball game and a hike into the Ossipee Mountains in New Hampshire are showcased.
26:46 | #202 | TV-G
The growing number of great white sharks are tracked along the Atlantic coast in Massachusetts. The Lost Kitchen in Maine and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont are featured.
26:46 | #201 | TV-G
An off-road ramble through Cape Cod National Seashore is featured in n Provincetown, Massachusetts.
26:47 | #113 | TV-G
A food lover's tour in Boston with chef Barbara Lynch and cross-country skiing are showcased.
26:46 | #112 | TV-G
Travel along New Hampshire's famed Kancamagus Highway during foliage season in autumn.
26:46 | #111 | TV-G
The Norman Rockwell Museum, the general store Gillingham & Sons, and the Palace Diner are visited.
26:46 | #110 | TV-G
Visit the Well at Jordan's Farm, where one small farm gives new meaning to "farm to table" dining.
26:47 | #109 | TV-G
Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts and Mount Desert Island off the coast of Maine are explored.
26:47 | #108 | TV-G
Shelburne Farms is 1,400 acres of farmland and historic buildings on the shores of Lake Champlain.
26:46 | #107 | TV-G
Rivers, lakes, and coastal vineyards in Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts are visited.
26:47 | #106 | TV-G
The Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut has forever changed architecture in America.
26:46 | #105 | TV-G
An orchard in Dummerston, Vermont and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston are visited.
26:46 | #104 | TV-G
Board the massive schooner J&E Riggin for a windjammer cruise along the beautiful Maine coast.
26:46 | #103 | TV-G
Lobsterman and photographer Joel Woods captures intimate portraits of life aboard a lobster boat.
26:47 | #102 | TV-G
The Northeast's highest peak, the Atlantic bay scallop, and Maine's Moosehead Lake are featured.
26:46 | #101 | TV-G
The beach town of Ogunquit, Maine, boatbuilding in Newport, Rhode Island and more are featured.