Things to Do in Scituate, MA

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History Museums 25 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA 2452 MoreLess Info
Home of America's industrial revolution, Waltham Museum contains artifacts and exhibits from the first modern factory. Items on display include automobiles, cotton mill items, an Edison Gramophone, and watchmaker tools.
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Beaches Race Point Road, Provincetown, MA 02657 MoreLess Info
A part of the Cape Cod National Seashore on the side which overlooks the Atlantic ocean, Race Point Beach is a vast stretch of golden sand that is famous for the intense rip tides and surfing opportunities.
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History Museums 49 Middle St., Gloucester, MA 01930 MoreLess Info
Located within a historic1782 home, the Sargent House Museum is a museum filled with artifacts that tell the history of the local area. These artifacts include paintings by artist John Singer Sargent, of whom the house is named after.
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Fishing 121 East Main St, Gloucester, MA 01930 MoreLess Info
Offering half day fishing excursions, Yankee Whale Watch & Deep Sea Fishing takes visitors to prime fishing locations in the region. During the trip, visitors have the opportunity to spot marine life like whales.
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Architectural Buildings 100 Robert Treat Pane Drive, Waltham, MA 02452 MoreLess Info
Also known as Stonehurst, the Robert Treat Paine Estate was designed as a collaboration between Frederick Law Olmsted and Henry Hobson Richardson. Stonehurst sits on 109 acres of land, and is available for wedding ceremonies and tours.
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Historic Buildings 100 Robert Treat Paine D, Waltham, MA 02452 MoreLess Info
Social reformer Robert Treat Paine's 1886 Stonehurst Manor sits atop a secluded hill overlooking 109 acres of conservation land. Hiking along woodland trails, self-guided walking tours for kids and adults, Museum Manor exhibits are available. Available for weddings and events.
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Theaters 9 Spring Street, Waltham, MA 02451 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1936, the Hovey Players Work Shop is a performing arts group that produces numerous plays and productions throughout the acting season. Performances are held in the intimate 52-seat Abbott Memorial Theater.
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Parks 15 Edgewater Park, Newton, MA 2466 MoreLess Info
A scenic area, Auburndale Park is included in the conservation lands of Newton Parks. The park features 40 acres of ball fields, a horseshoe pit, playgrounds, grills, and river frontage with ice skating in the winter.
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Parks Waltham, MA MoreLess Info
Waltham's Riverwalk Park is a scenic and picturesque area that runs along the banks of the Charles River. The park's chief draw is a running and biking trail that offers some stunning natural views.
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Monuments Stacy Boulevard, Gloucester, MA MoreLess Info
Fishermen's Memorial Monument, also called Man at the Wheel Statue, is a historic bronze cenotaph sculpture which was established in 1925 in memory of the Gloucester fishermen who never retured from the sea.
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