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This art center features 2 art galleries, studio and theater.
This museum is housed in 1820 Mattapoisett Christian Meeting House. Collections include prehistoric stone artifacts, historic building: Carriage House, model of saltworks,...
Annual Apple Peach Festival Crafters and Artisans wanted!
This maritime naval museum and library holds collections of 95 scaled models set in base representing sea and panoramic backgrounds.
Trading post reconstructed on original 1627 site with collections of windmills, railroad station built for President Grover Cleveland, artifacts and written materials relating to...
a home haunt for he American Cancer Society
This whaling museum exhibits the international history of whaling, whaling gear and tools, a 66 foot skeleton of a blue whale and interactive exhibits on whales and conservation....
Working Waterfront Festival, New Bedford, MA (September 29-30, 2012). An award winning, family friendly event celebrating the history and culture of New England's commercial...
This museum features exhibits by International and local artists in all media.
c1834 Greek revival house and Victorian period garden, its collections include 1800-1980 period furniture. Activities include guided tours, concerts and annual Christmas...
This zoo was opened in 1894 making it the nation's 12th oldest. The zoo is open year-round and features many special events, Zoobilation, Boo at the Zoo, Holiday Lights, Cabin...
Located in the Seaside Resort of Falmouth come enjoy the winery where they create premium wines for residents and visitors to enjoy with the finest seafood and gourmet cuisine...
Water slides, kiddie areas and water related fun everywhere you can see.
Running Brook Vineyard makes wine only from their hand-selected grapes. The experienced winemaker and grape grower produce top quality wines that will make New Englanders proud!
Collections include whaling era memorabilia, farm and household artifacts, paintings, glass and military costumes. Don't miss the historic houses; the Dr. Francis Wicks house and...