Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"One of New England's "Top Courses You Can Play", Acushnet River Valley's championship layout was awarded Golf Digest's coveted 4-Star Rating in the annual "Places to Play" guide. The course is centrally located for golfers coming from Cape Cod, Providence or Newport RI, and Boston MA."
(This excerpt taken from Acushnet River Valley Golf website)
"Since 1996, the New Bedford Art Museum has been a fixture in downtown New Bedford, offering engaging exhibitions of artwork from around the corner and across the ocean."
(This excerpt taken from New Bedford Art Museum website)
"The Museum is the largest museum in America devoted to the history of the American whaling industry and its greatest port. Through exhibits, publications, and programs, the Museum brings to life the whaling era and the history of the local area."
(This excerpt taken from New Bedford Whaling Museum website)
"The Buttonwood Park Zoo is nationally accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association. It was established in 1894 and is the 12th oldest zoo in the United States."
(This excerpt taken from Buttonwood Park Zoo website)
"Established in 1956, Allendale Country Club boasts a Geoffrey Cornish designed 18 Hole par 72 championship layout. The course offers a fair but challenging course for the beginner as well as the advanced golfer. "
(This excerpt taken from Allendale Country Club website)
"Our farm is the home of the fourth generation of a family of winegrowers. In 1982 we set ourselves up on the sunny, South Coast of Massachusetts. Why? Because we knew, based upon a study of the climate and soils, that this is a wonderful location for growing the kind of wine we love: gloriously aromatic, deliciously crisp wine."
(This excerpt taken from Westport Rivers Winery website)
"Little Harbor was designed by Dick Bowler and built in 1963. It is a public 18 hole executive course where you will need all of your clubs. The holes range in distance from 100 yards to 291 yards with a total of 3038 yards."
(This excerpt taken from Little Harbor Country Club website)
"Founded in 1921, the Fall River Historical Society's mission is to preserve and protect all manner of artifacts relating to the rich and varied history of the city of Fall River, Massachusetts."
(This excerpt taken from Fall River Historical Society website)
"The home to five National Historic Landmarks and Official Veteran Memorials on both state and national levels, Battleship Cove has been providing the preservation of both the military heritage of the New England region and that of the United States since 1965."
(This excerpt taken from Battleship Cove website)
"Ellis D. Atwood gave this historic amusement park its name, his initials (E.D.A). He started this railroad by purchasing most of the surviving equipment from Maine’s once expansive network of two-foot gauge rail’s and had them trucked south to Carver, Massachusetts. This was the making of Edaville Railroad. Jon Delli Priscoli purchased Edaville and it’s 250 acres in 2002. There have been many exciting changes under his ownership including the reconfiguration of the entire rail course and the incorporation of vintage amusement rides such as an antique carousel and an illuminated Ferris Wheel."
(This excerpt taken from Edaville Family Theme Park website)