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With the focus on field sports, Weymouth Sportsmens Club provides an outdoor facility with hunting and fishing activities for its members. The club also offers classes that teaches sports classes like rifle safety and archery.
La Cantina Wine School is operated by experienced winemakers, and teaches visitors how to make their own wines. Visitors select the vineyard from which their grapes come as well as the grapes themselves, then make wine in their chosen style.
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Randolph Paintball Indoor Outdoor Fields & Supply has five fields for playing paintball, including a woods course and a netted course for full observation. They also have a course which simulates a Lord of the Rings fortress.
Specializing in art framing services, Aisling Gallery & Framing features both regional and international artists in its exhibit. Many of the paintings in its collection depict nature, people, and landscapes.
Local history is on display at Worcester Historical Museum. Among the notable collections of artifacts, paintings and sculptures is weaponry from the colonial era through World War II. Ages 18 and under receive free admission.