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Places of Interest in Attleboro, MA

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Nick Altschuller
A giant ball of twine. The world's largest pistachio nut. SeaWorld. The country is full of odd attractions we feel compelled to see, as if we're duty-bound to honor their absurdity. Inside, however, we know that twine is boring, no matter the quantity in which it comes. Ironic enjoyment is a... read more

Enjoy the exhibits, collections of artifacts, grounds and gallery, research library, theatre and gift sho...


Capron Park Zoo

Attleboro, MA

4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

The Capron Park Zoo is a great place to bring the entire family. This zoo is a small park with plenty of ani...


Bring your own containers. We suggest shoes (not sandals), socks, long pants, and a hat; sunblock and insect r...


Final resting place of one of the classic authors of horror literature


Wrentham Dog Park

Wrentham, MA

4 out of 5 based on 6 ratings

Other Notes: This large dog park has some shade and benches. This is privately owned land, so please be respectful...


4 out of 5 based on 14 ratings

Other Notes: Opened May 2011. One year trial (2011). This dog park has a separate small dog area, drinking water, ...


Osamequin Farm

Seekonk, MA

(UPDATED: July 04, 2008) (UPDATED: July 07, 2008)


Plain St. now crosses what was once sawmill pond. On a cold New Years day in 1830, 14 new converts to the nearby Oak ...


Redway Plain

Rehoboth, MA

Redway Plain is named after James Redway, who settled here in the early 1700's. Originally the plain included this fi...


in 1810 a group of Rehoboth Citizens established Palmer River Manufacturing Company. A cotton spinning mill on the si...


Founded by Josiah Millerd in 1731. For over 140 years neighborhood farmers had their corn ground into meal and their ...


Wading River Farm

Mansfield, MA

Wading River Farm Location of First house in Foxborough 1670



Foxboro, MA

Hervey Pettee built a thread mill at this site in 1813. A spring freshet in 1831 washed out the dam and ruined the fa...



South Walpole, MA

Populated by members of the Morse family since the early 1700's, this section of Foxborough was known as Morseville. ...


Near this spot stood the first Wrentham School House built in 1702-1703. Theodore Mann, son of Samuel Mann, first min...

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