Visitors to New England often ask…when is the best time to see the fall foliage? The answer is elusive very year because the growing season and weather contribute to a unique schedule. The good news is that the color change has been running behind this year, and trees closer to the coast change later than those inland. So, the first week of November may just be the perfect time to see an array of color in Boston during the 2018 REALTORS® Conference & Expo!
A great place to see fall colors inside the city is on the Harvard University campus. NAR is offering a Harvard Walking Tour on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday during the REALTORS® Conference & Expo.
Or, take a short ride out of town on the Lexington & Concord Step-On, Step-Off Tour to see Revolutionary War historical sights set among the tree colors; offered on Thursday, Friday and Sunday during the conference.
Friends and Family guests receive “Fun Bucks” with their registration pass. These are tickets that can be exchanged for available NAR tours at the Tour Desk in the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on Level 0. Registrants who have a different type of pass can also purchase tickets to these same tours. Click here to learn more about NAR’s tours and see available dates and times.
Here’s an updated real-time map of foliage throughout New England, and visit YankeeFoliage.com for weekly updates.