440 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Princeton, Massachusetts
Wachusett Mountain

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Located in Princeton, MA

Wachusett is the highest mountain in Massachusetts east of the Connecticut River and stands some 2,006 feet above sea level at its peak. Our panoramic summit views include sights of Boston to the east.

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Downhill Skiing
Tower Hill Botanic Garden

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Located in Marlborough, MA (9 miles from Princeton)

At Tower Hill, you can stroll the gardens and woodland trails, explore nature, take a contemplative break from work or share quality time with your family. Bring a picnic, or have a delicious lunch of light, healthy fare at Twigs Cafe.

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Fitchburg Art Museum

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Located in Fitchburg, MA (10 miles from Princeton)

Fitchburg Art Museum is North Worcester County's oldest and most treasured cultural institution, founded in 1925 through a bequest of artist and educator, Eleanor Norcross. Fourteen galleries house a diverse collection of American and European paintings, prints, drawings, ceramics and decorative arts as well as Greek, Roman, Asian and pre-Columbian antiquities.

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Boulder Art Gallery

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Located in Fitchburg, MA (10 miles from Princeton)

The Boulder Art Gallery, located in Fitchburg's historic Upper Common, features original art, vintage listed art, photography, prints and sculpture. Discover our beautiful gallery, and view one of the areas most exciting venues for period and contemporary art.

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Twin Springs Golf Course

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Located in Bolton, MA (11 miles from Princeton)

Nestled in the foothills of the Nashoba Valley, the challenge of an extraordinary 9-hole golf course awaits you.

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American Antiquarian Society

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Located in Worcester, MA (12 miles from Princeton)

The American Antiquarian Society (AAS) is an independent research library founded in 1812 in Worcester, Massachusetts. The library's collections document the life of America's people from the colonial era through the Civil War and Reconstruction.

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Tuckerman Hall

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Located in Worcester, MA (12 miles from Princeton)

Tuckerman Hall, home of the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, is an important historic structure as well as one of New England's architectural jewels.

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