- Our list of the best things to do in Attleboro, Massachusetts, features the top 414 nearby activities — including 176 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Attleboro, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Dodd Stadium is the home of the Connecticut Tigers, the Class-A Short Season affiliate of the American League's Detroit Tigers. Named after the former US Senator, this 6,270-seat venue is 401 feet deep from home plate to center field.
Visitors are always welcome at the Stonington Vineyards in Stonington, Connecticut. During spring, summer and fall, tours are available daily. The winery has limited hours in winter, and tours are restricted to the weekends during this time.
Located on the beautiful Martha's Vineyard, the Shaw Cramer Gallery gives visitors a quiet and relaxing place to enjoy the local artistry. The gallery is home to a curated collection of contemporary works and sculptured pieces.
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Vineyard Haven, MA 02557 MoreLess Info
Martha's Vineyard Private Tours & Excursions is a tour company that offers 1,2, or 3 hour long wine tours of Martha's Vineyard. The company has customized tours and can accommodate up to 15 people per tour.
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E. Chop Dr., MA MoreLess Info
Enjoy calming, serene views with an easy climb to the top of East Chop Lighthouse, open Sundays June through September for sunsets (fee applies). Group visits and private parties can be booked.
Organized by a group of local historians, Andover Historical Society features exhibits containing artifacts from the town's past. These exhibits include historical information from the Civil War and Edwardian times, including furniture, clothing, and tools from the 19th century.
An organic establishment that is family owned an operated, the Seaside Daylily Farm ships daylilies all over the country. There are many varieties of daylilies including cream, peach, gold, lavender, purple, and wine.