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Fall River, MA
(range: 7 miles)
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 the Battleship Cove website)
Founded in 1921, Fall River Historical Society (FRHS), the oldest cultural institution in Fall River, Massachusetts, is an important resource for scholars, researchers, other museums and historical societies, and the local community. Dedicated to preserving the history of Fall River and sharing it with the public, we maintain significant collections of costumes and accessories, decorative arts, furniture, ephemera, photographs, paintings, drawings, sculpture, and manuscripts. We also have distinguished maritime and Fall River textile industry collections. (This excerpt taken from the Fall River Historical Society website)
Hillside Country Club is a fun yet challenging nine hole golf course with first class amenities, but OPEN TO EVERYONE! Located near the Massachusetts/Rhode Island border, golfers of all skill levels can enjoy 9 or 18 FUN holes before heading to the beautiful Tiki bar that overlooks the 9th hole. (This excerpt taken from the Hillside Country Club website)
Welcome to Lakeville Country Club, located in Lakeville, MA, a public course with private course conditions. At LCC we offer a challenging 18 hole, par 72 golf course of 6,335 yards and famous for our three picturesque finishing holes. The course is open YEAR ROUND, weather permitting, with very reasonable seasonal rates as well as twilight specials. Lakeville Country Club offers a putting green, fully stocked pro shop, clubhouse and a great public restaurant. (This excerpt taken from the Lakeville Country Club website)
The Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium is home to a natural history museum offering interactive exhibits that explore local habitats and wildlife found in the Ocean State and the Audubon Nature Shop. Visitors discover creatures that live in a tidepool, observe marine life from Narragansett Bay, visit with Common Ravens Zach and Lucy, and peek inside a 33-foot life size model of a North Atlantic Right Whale. (This excerpt taken from the Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium website)
The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is Brown University‚Äôs teaching and research museum. A resource across the university, we inspire creative and critical thinking about culture by fostering interdisciplinary understanding of the material world. We provide opportunities for faculty and students to work with collections and the public, teaching through objects and programs in classrooms, in the gallery in Manning Hall, and at the Collections Research Center. (This excerpt taken from the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology website)
The Crescent Park Carousel was built in 1895 by Charles I.D. Looff, one of the earliest and foremost carousel designers. The Crescent Park Carousel is nationally recognized as a true masterpiece of wood sculpture. (This excerpt taken from the Crescent Park Carousel website)
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Bristol, RI
(range: 12 miles)
Linden Place is an 1810 Federal mansion designed and built by Rhode Island architect, Russell Warren. This extraordinary estate, in the heart of downtown Bristol, consists of the mansion, lovely sculpture-filled gardens, an 1825 carriage barn, a 1902 Ballroom and outbuildings dating from 1750. (This excerpt taken from the Linden Place website)
Coggeshall Farm Museum brings to life the history of middle-class farm families in the late 18th century. Set on 48 acres of coastal farmland in Bristol, Rhode Island, Coggeshall Farm Museum recreates the daily experience of tenant farmers on a salt marsh farm through live interpretation, historic structures, heirloom plants, and heritage-breed animals. (This excerpt taken from the Coggeshall Farm Museum website)
AAIM collects and preserves artifacts that relate to the industrial history of the Attleboro area; makes these materials available for research and enjoyment; and acts as a resource center for the education of the public about our industrial history. (This excerpt taken from the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum website)
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