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Located in Taunton, MA
8 miles from Raynham
"Lakeville Country Club"
(This excerpt taken from Lakeville Country Club website)
Located in Attleboro, MA
10 miles from Raynham
"The Attleboro Arts Museum involves audiences of all ages and backgrounds in the visual arts through diverse educational programs and engaging arts experiences. We work to support the creative and artistic development of both promising and professional artists."
(This excerpt taken from Attleboro Arts Museum website)
Located in Brockton, MA
10 miles from Raynham
"Fuller Craft Museum will become an international forum for the recognition and exploration of craft. Our museum will be known as a familiar destination inspiring visitors from New England and beyond."
(This excerpt taken from Fuller Craft Museum website)
Located in Attleboro, MA
10 miles from Raynham
"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 Attleboro Area Industrial Museum website)
Located in Attleboro, MA
11 miles from Raynham
"Capron Park Zoo strives to prove that big things do come in small packages. Situated in the heart of Attleboro and surrounded by beautiful grounds, Capron Park Zoo has been one of the area's premiere recreational facilities for more than 70 years."
(This excerpt taken from Capron Park Zoo website)
Located in Rehoboth, MA
12 miles from Raynham
"Hillside's scenic nine hole course is a great venue for your golf tournament, business outing, or other golfing event."
(This excerpt taken from Hillside Country Club website)
Located in Pawtucket, RI
15 miles from Raynham
"Estimated 200-acre Olmstead designed park, 1895 historic Looff Carousel (oldest Looff stander carousel in the world), 11 ballfields, 10 tennis courts, 13 picnic sites, one basketball court, Daggett Farm, Animal Shelter, three-acre Class C fishing pond, 2.2-mile linear bike trail from Tomlinson Athletic Complex on Daggett Avenue through Slater Memorial Park to Kimberley Rock Athletic Complex in Rumford, the Pawtucket Dog Park, Friendship Gardens nature preserve, Marconi Gardens (weddings), Parks & Recreation administrative office, various outdoor art sculptures, Rhode Island Watercolor Society, Adventure Playground featuring climbing wall, space nets, slides and swings"
(This excerpt taken from Slater Memorial Park website)
Located in Canton, MA
15 miles from Raynham
"Our public golf course is located in Canton, Massachusetts. We are located thirty minutes south of Boston and thirty minutes north of Providence R.I. Our par 72 course has become one of the South Shores favorite courses to play."
(This excerpt taken from Brookmeadow Country Club website)
Located in South Carver, MA
16 miles from Raynham
"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)
Located in Pawtucket, RI
16 miles from Raynham
"The Slater Mill Historic Site offers visitors a unique opportunity to see how the Blackstone River Valley was transformed from a series of small farming and milling communities into one the nineteenth century's great industrial centers. The site contains three buildings - the Sylvus Brown House (1758), the Slater Mill (1793) and the Wilkinson Mill (1810) - which illustrate the progression of textile manufacturing from a hand craft to large scale industrial enterprise."
(This excerpt taken from Slater Mill Historic Site website)
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