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Here’s Where to Stare Into the Night Sky and Go Stargazing in and Around Boston
Three hours from Boston, in the town of Peru, Vermont, a 100-year-old inn offers dark sky secrets to its visitors. The fully restored Seesaw’s Lodge features just 16 guest rooms but endless astrological delights. There’s minimal light pollution, and guests can easily see the Big Dipper and, depending on the season, the Milky Way. Upon request, the lodge will bring an astronomy expert on property for an expert-led stargazing sesh. Alternatively, count shooting stars while soaking in the cedar hot tub, nestled in the woods, or sitting by the fire pit and noshing their signature treat—maple s’mores.
Distance from Boston: 3 hours