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Botanical garden and woodland sanctuary. Over 1,700 species of native American plants, albinos and other variants. Rare and endangered species available to view. Nature walk for...
This museum is housed in 1716 inn, other buildings include Redstone School, Martha-Mary Chapel, grist mill and coach house. Collections include period furnishings.
This art museum's collections include 20th century American and European paintings, sculpture, drawings, photography, Riverside Museum collections and more.
The museum offers displays on the history of the local area and people and features period furnishings and changing exhibits.
This local history museum is housed in 1870 James Baker House, collections include watches, clocks, bottles, tools, locallly made items and more.
This Textile and Industrial museum is also a museum of innovation. Collections include exhibits on textiles, watch, automobile, and steam engine, machine tools and more.
Gore Place, the Federal period, historic house and estate of Massachusetts Governor Christopher Gore, includes a small farm with sheep, goats and poultry. The elegantly furnished...
Industrial history museum housed in the 1860 Old Schwamb Mill, a waterpowered mill at the Foot of the Rocks.
This American history museum contains diaries, manuscripts, archives, American objects of material culture, books, art and decorative art. Guided tours and lectures available.
17th-19th century furnishings, textiles, dolls, weaponry, regional and local historical items.
1714 birthplace of Count Rumford, collections include history and science. Facilities include a collection of books pertaining to Count Rumford's scientific works.
This arts and crafts museum contains Armenian historical items, folk art, fine art, textiles, coins, photography, religious art and more.
1809 Jackson Homestead's collections include 19th century furnishings, domestic and personal artifacts, manuscripts, maps and photographs.
This art museum's exhibits include American and European paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photographs, African, Meso-American art and more.
This museum contains slides and transparencies taken by photographer Arthur Griffin 1904-present.