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Together, Whispering Oaks Winery and Black Oak Vineyard, Melrose, have been producing wines from their own grapes since 2011. The winery offers a small tasting room for visitors to sample its wines, many with unique names.
The Melrose Dog Park provides visitors with the chance to let their dogs exercise in a dedicated play area that is surrounded by trees. The location features a doggie water fountain for dogs that are feeling a bit thirsty.
Opened in 2010, Possessions Gallery is a local art gallery featuring a large variety of products and creations for its customers. Paintings, jewelry, pottery, and photography are among the items on display and are available for purchase.
With the goal of preserving folk music, Folk Arts Center of New England showcases a multitude of international folk dance clubs and events for the community. The center hosts weekly events where visitors can learn how to dance.
With classes for all ages of children, Flips & Giggles Gymnastics provides personalized instructions for increasing a child's flexibility. The teacher starts with the basics, working them up to cartwheels and then handsprings.
Only 5 miles north of Boston and spanning 2,575 acres, the Middlesex Fells Reservation is home for activities that include rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking. Views of the stony hills are featured, along with ponds, lakes and trails.
A National Historic Landmark, the Historic New England Boardman House gives visitors a glimpse of 17th and 18th century life. Built in 1692, and relatively unaltered in the last 200 years, the house is a study in Colonial architecture.
Featuring a 200 foot long ice rink, Flynn Rink offers visitors a space for classes, birthday parties, public skating, and other activities. The rink hosts local hockey leagues, with over 1000 seats available to spectators for watching games.
Popular during the summer months, the Holland Memorial Pool is a public swimming pool run by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. Visitors to the pool enjoy cooling off from the heat by swimming and relaxing in the water.