For those looking ahead to spring and summer travel, Professional Practice Network (PPN) members’ responses to the question what is your favorite place that may not be familiar to others? might give you a few new spots to explore this year. In the previous post recapping the results of the 2015 PPN survey, we reviewed the most popular responses and international locations mentioned. This time, we’re focusing on places across the United States, from parks and gardens to wilderness areas and mountain passes. Take a look and see if you’ve been to any of these lesser-known spots, and which ones you’ll need to add to your list of places to go.
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site – Cornish, New Hampshire
The courtyard at the Boston Public Library – Boston, Massachusetts
Halcyon Lake in Mount Auburn Cemetery – Cambridge, Massachusetts
“The Robert Treat Paine Estate, an amazing shingle style home in Waltham with landscape designed by Olmsted.” – Waltham, Massachusetts
Lake Waban – Wellesley, Massachusetts
Truro and Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Storm King Art Center – New Windsor, New York