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This museum contains exhibits on local history.
This park is on 200 acres that features pedal boats, miniature train, tennis, zoo, picnic area and more.
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This museum is housed in 1694 Parker Tavern, saltbox style house. This was once a prison for Scotch Highlanders during the Revolutionary War. Collections include artifacts and...
Visit the touchable barnyard where children can touch and see goats and sheep. Other animals include: Black faced-sheep, Coatimundi, Colobus monkeys, Flamingos, Llamas, Markhor...
The site of the first integrated ironworks in North America. Come see the reconstructed blast furnace, forge, rolling mill, and a restored seventeenth century house.
This is the site of the first integrated ironworks in North America, 1646-1668. It includes the reconstructed blast furnace, the forge, the rolling and slitting mill, and a...
1714 birthplace of Count Rumford, collections include history and science. Facilities include a collection of books pertaining to Count Rumford's scientific works.
This museum contains slides and transparencies taken by photographer Arthur Griffin 1904-present.
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This is an art gallery located at Tufts University, its collections include 19th and 20th century paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs and Greek and Roman antiquities. Major...
This colonial history museum contains period furniture and furnishings, oil paintings, and library of books belonging to the Royalls. Guided tours and lectures available.
This local history museum is housed in 1836 Hyde-Mill House. Collections include shoe and early shoe making tools, furniture, paintings, newspapers and photographs. Guided tours...