Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Our 6,850 yard 18-Hole championship layout features Bentgrass throughout the course. Multiple tee positions on every hole provide an endless variety of attack angles and landing areas, making the course ideal for both experienced and beginner golfers."
(This excerpt taken from Shaker Hills Golf Club website)
"The Discovery Museums, located in Acton, Massachusetts, just west of Boston, inspire enduring curiosity and love of learning through interactive discovery, hands-on inquiry and scientific investigations."
(This excerpt taken from Discovery Museum website)
"Fruitlands Museum is one of the first outdoor museums in America. This national landmark shares the unique ideas, stories, objects and landscape of New England's most original thinkers, movers and reformers."
(This excerpt taken from Fruitlands Museum website)
"Nashoba Valley, while being a full-service ski area offering lessons, rentals, skiing, and snowboarding is also host to numerous other activities, all of which make Nashoba Valley Boston's own year-round recreational facility."
(This excerpt taken from Nashoba Valley website)
"Located in the heart of Massachusetts' apple country, Nashoba Valley Winery is a stunning hilltop orchard overlooking the charming town of Bolton."
(This excerpt taken from Nashoba Valley Winery website)
"Whether you are a competitive golfer or a weekend enthusiast, Butter Brook Golf Club is the area's finest new championship semi-private golf course."
(This excerpt taken from Butter Brook Golf Club website)
"Nestled in the foothills of the Nashoba Valley, the challenge of an extraordinary 9-hole golf course awaits you."
(This excerpt taken from Twin Springs Golf Course website)
"The Beirnes have a passion for apples and they want their customers to enjoy the orchard in all its beauty. Life is short – get out and pick some apples!"
(This excerpt taken from Berlin Orchards website)
"At Minute Man National Historical Park the opening battle of the Revolution is brought to life as visitors explore the battlefields and witness the American revolutionary spirit through the writings of the Concord authors."
(This excerpt taken from Minute Man National Historical Park website)
"SINCE 1917 the Concord Art Association has been a center for the arts in Concord, Massachusetts."
(This excerpt taken from Concord Art Association website)