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Weston, Massachusetts
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Fun Park
Fun Park
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Gallery
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Gardens
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Golf
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Mountain
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Park
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The Arts
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Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course image
Weston, MA
(Range: 2 miles)
This 18-hole golf course is one of two state-operated courses. Reserve a tee time and enjoy a relaxing day on the green. (Curated content from www.mass.gov)
Sandy Burr Country Club image
(Range: 2 miles)
Sandy Burr Country Club is a fourth generation family owned golf club located less than 16 miles from the center of Boston, MA. Designed by Donald Ross in 1922 the course includes 18 holes and encompasses 6,427 yards of golf for a par 72. Known for its traditional Ross design and challenging green complexes, the course has tested amateurs and professionals alike for nearly a century. Today, Sandy Burr is operated on a daily green fee basis to the public. (Curated content from sandyburr.com)
Charles River Museum of Industry image
(Range: 3 miles)
Located in the Francis Cabot Lowell Mill, an icon of the American Industrial Revolution, the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation brings together intriguing artifacts, cultural insights, and inspiring stories to delight people of all ages, enabling them to see the past and envision the future. (Curated content from www.charlesrivermuseum.org)
Wayland Country Club image
(Range: 3 miles)
Wayland Country Club delivers private country club conditions at a public course. The course is beautifully manicured and is surrounded by one thousand acres of conservation land. This 18-hole golf course is designed to be an enjoyable and challenging playing experience for novices and experts alike. These conditions have made the course a favorite for both group outings and daily fee play. (Curated content from www.wayland-country-club.com)
Davis Museum image
(Range: 4 miles)
The Davis Museum traces its origins to the October 23, 1889 dedication of the Farnsworth Art Building on the Wellesley College campus. It housed collections that dated to the founding of the College in 1875, when founder Henry Fowle Durant (1822-81) began a campaign to acquire original paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs, as well as plaster casts of classical sculpture, in service of a liberal arts education for women. (Curated content from www.wellesley.edu)
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum image
(Range: 4 miles)
deCordova's mission is to inspire, educate, and delight with contemporary art from New England and beyond through outdoor sculptures in the landscape and museum exhibitions. (Curated content from thetrustees.org)
Gore Place image
(Range: 4 miles)
Gore Place is a 50-acre country estate in the city, a grand mansion steeped in history, a farm and an invaluable community resource. (Curated content from goreplace.org)
Walden Pond image
(Range: 5 miles)
Best known through Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, Walden Pond and the surrounding Walden Woods was a favorite destination for walks by local Concord Transcendentalists Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Thoreau’s writings inspired respect for nature and even, some consider, the birth of the conservation movement. Today, Walden Pond comprises the heart of the Walden Pond State Reservation and is designated a National Historic Landmark, ensuring that visitors can enjoy the area as Thoreau once did. (Curated content from www.nps.gov)
Mighty Squirrel - Waltham image
(Range: 5 miles)
Lexington Historical Society  image
(Range: 6 miles)
We give tours of our three fascinating historic houses, as well as adjacent sites, where significant events of the early days of the American Revolution unfolded. The Society has extensive collections from throughout three hundred years of Lexington history, which we display in engaging exhibits in many venues throughout our community. (Curated content from www.lexingtonhistory.org)