- Our list of the best things to do in Norwood, Massachusetts, features the top 678 nearby activities — including 303 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Norwood, 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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Pine and Grove Streets, Sandwich, MA 02563 MoreLess Info
Earlier known as the Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, Heritage Museums & Gardens today comprises of a public garden which features a collection of rhododendrons and daylilies as well as a museum with its three galleries showcasing a collection of vintage automobiles and American folk art.
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Exeter, RI MoreLess Info
Rhode Island's only ski resort, Yawgoo Valley, is a great destination for the novice skier or for a fun day on the slopes for seasoned pros. Snowboarding, tubing, and ski lessons are also available, and the site includes a waterpark for warmer months.
Originally a vacation home for a wealthy Philadelphia family, The Elms in Newport, Rhode Island was constructed in 1901. The property has several large gardens and is furnished with many original items, including fine art worth millions of dollars.
The Seabrook Science & Nature Center is a free educational center maintained by the Seabrook power plant. It features a hands-on classroom with displays about electricity and nuclear power, a marine touch pool, and an extensive nature trail.
Used as a military fort during both World Wars, Fort Getty Park now stands as a historical reminder of Jamestown's early years. The park offers bayside camping, picnic areas and scenic views of the surrounding waterways.
Built in 1860, this Italian villa is one of the best kept mansions from the era. Containing original furnishings, paintings, and documents, visitors are able to see what style and life were like for one of America's most prosperous families.
Fort Getty Recreational Area, once used during World War I and II, is now used primarily as a camp ground. They offer a boat ramp, fishing dock, dumping station and comfort stations along with water and electric hookups for trailers.