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1186 Worcester Rd., Framingham, MA, US, 01701

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  • Attractions

    »First Baptist Church Framingham

    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.

    1013 Worcester Road
    Framingham, MA 01703

    »Framingham Public Library

    Public library serving the Framingham community.

    49 Lexington Street
    Framingham, Massachusetts 01702

    »Jack's Abby Brewing

    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.

    81 Morton Street
    Framingham, MA 01702

    »Saxonville Historic District

    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. 

    Central Street
    Framingham, MA 01701

    »Garden in the Woods

    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.

    180 Hemenway Road
    Framingham, MA 01701

    »Goodnow Library

    The Goodnow Library is a historic library located in Sudbury, Massachusetts. This red brick public library was built in 1862 in the Octagon Mode and Romanesque style of architecture. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. Today, the library features a host of modern amenities for its members like DVDs and internet access as well as regular book readings and fun activities, especially for children.

    21 Concord Road
    Sudbury, MA 01776

    »Elm Bank Horticulture Center

    Home to the Horticultural Society of Massachsetts, the Elm Bank Hortcicultural Society features fields, meadows, pools, gardens, streams, etc. Spread across 36 acres of land, the gardens are open to the people at it's minimum costings, children below the age of 17 years can enter in with no charge if accompanied by adults, and the entry is free to the members. Along with the beauty of the gardens, events like weddings are hosted here too.

    900 Washington Street
    Dover, MA 02482

    »Maplewood Cemetery

    Maplewood Cemetery is located in Marlborough which is a prominent center of industry and technology in Massachusetts. This historic cemetery dates back to 1864 and was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

    Pleasant Street
    Marlborough, MA 01752

    »Peter Rice Homestead

    Captain Peter Rice House that was constructed in 1688 was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It was the home of the Peter Rice family, which was considered an important and prominent Marlborough family of that time .The Marlborough Historical Society now occupies the Captain Peter Rice House, the house is open to all visitors.

    377 Elm Street
    Marlborough, MA 01752

    »Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge spans more than 3800 acres (1537.81 hectares) of wetlands and trails along the Concord and Sudbury Rivers. Migratory birds and other plant and animal life are protected by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service here, and can be observed from park trails. Apart from activities like hiking, hunting and fishing, the park also offers education programs for those keen to know more about the place. Check website for more.

    73 Weir Weir Hill Road
    Sudbury, MA 01776

    »Case's Corner Historic District

    Case's Corner Historic District, originally a rural town has now become a modern locality. The Case property located in the southern part of the district contains many varieties of trees and plants

    Wellesley Street
    Weston , MA 02493

    »Elm Park and Isaac Sprague Memorial Tower

    The Elm Park and Isaac Sprague Memorial Tower features a tower which was built in the year 1928 surrounded with the greenery. The balcony like structure on the tower with a cupola on the top is beautiful. The park is an interesting place to be at. The walk along the banks of the Charles River is amazing. This garden is a place for the best photography of nature. An entertainment section for the kids in the park adds on to the list of attractions in this beautiful park.

    305 Washington Street
    Worcester, MA 02481
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