Experience the small-town hospitality of Massachusetts with a visit to Bedford. Hotel guests can get a feel for the history of the village as they tour the area’s many renovated houses, stores and taverns––some dating back to 1640. With plenty of history––as well as shops, restaurants, and accommodations for everyone––Bedford is the perfect New England destination
An important location in the American Revolutionary War, the city of Bedford’s Historical Society has taken great care in the preservation of its prized artifacts and documents. Visitors can see the oldest surviving American battle flag at the Bedford Free Public Library, take a tour led by guides in Colonial costumes at the Job Lane House, or walk through historic neighborhoods like Arlington Heights.
Art lovers staying in Bedford can view works by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University; the museum’s collection features over 8,000 pieces, many created by American artists during the 1960s and 1970s.
After a long day of sightseeing, pick up a roast beef sandwich and fries at the famous Bedford House of Roast Beef on the way back to your hotel. Bedford has lots of restaurant offerings, ranging from classic American to intriguing international cuisine.