1186 Worcester Rd.
Framingham, MA 01701
Phone: (508) 879-1510
Fax: (508) 875-2686
The First Baptist Church on Worcester Road in Framingham, Massachusetts is a monumental church building. Its structure is a superb representation of the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. Some of the activities include prayer services, worship, pre-school and Adult Sunday School. It is of immense historic value and was registered on the National Register of Historic Places on April 9, 1980.
Located in the woodlands of Framingham city, the Edgell Grove Cemetery offers burial services and prayers for those who have lost their dear ones. The garden here depicts English designs and has a lovely granite gateway.
The Cushing Memorial Park is located in the city of Framingham. It is a good place for a jog or a brisk walk. There are two tracks here, one covers a distance of 1.25 miles (2011.68 meters) and the inner track stretches for about one mile (1609.34 meters). It also has numerous picnic spots and playgrounds for children along with a small pond.
The Farm Pond Park is located on the Dudley Street in the city of Framingham. It is a great spot for fishing and has walking- trails, playgrounds as well as boating facilities.
If you are looking for a good field for softball or baseball, then visit the Longs Playground in Framingham. This place has a large field for baseball and soccer. So come here for a game or just relax under the pleasant shade of the trees here.
The Learned Park & Beach is located in the city of Framingham. It has a tranquil atmosphere with walking trails and shady trees. There is a sandy beach in close proximity to the park where you can take a dip.
The Butterworth Park is a historical park located in Framingham. It has tennis courts, baseball and soccer fields along with playgrounds. This park is known for hosting legendary Thanksgiving football games.
Named in the memory of a local writer Raymond J. Callahan, the Callahan State Park is a wonderful park offering recreational facilities to the public. It has a seven mile (11265.4 meter) trail available for hiking and biking. This place can also be used for equestrian purposes.
Three beer-loving Hendler brothers: Jack, Sam and Eric, established Jack's Abby Brewing in 2011. The inspiration for the founding of the brewery dates back to a decade, when Jack tried his hand at home-brewing and mastered it. The brewery focuses on creating American craft brews, but by following German standards of brewing. The result is delicious ales and lagers. Hoponius Union, the first beer that bore the Jack's Abby label is a multiple award-winner and the most popular brew sold here. Enjoy tours around the brewery and watch the brothers in action.
Located in the city of Framingham, the Eastleigh Farm is a beautiful farm that is known for the production of quality milk. Visit this place to witness acres of lush green pastures and feast on the ice cream or cheese offered in their on- site shop.
Massachusetts is swanked by one of the most enthralling historical districts in the form of the Saxonville Historic District. It approximately encompasses the Elm, Central, Danforth, Water and Concord Streets in the Framingham vicinity. The construction of this ancient district was done in 1823 bu various architects. It also stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. The structures finely exemplify the Greek Revival, Italianate and the Second Empire styles of architecture.
Garden in the Woods is a botanical garden and home of the New England Wild Flower Society, located on Hemenway Road, in Framingham, Massachusetts. Visitors are welcome between April 15 and October 31 and can enjoy guided tours and free admission on weekdays at 10a and at 2p on weekends. Explore over 1700 plants and 1000 species of flora, one of largest in New England.