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Discover the area’s scenic attractions and natural wonders…or take time to explore local museums, chic urban galleries and exquisite restaurants–sure to enrich your life with artistry and culture. Why not venture out a bit further? Adventure awaits!

The Grandeur of Horseneck Beach

Located at the western end of Buzzards Bay, the sandy, southwest facing, five mile long Horseneck Beach is breezy all year round, providing excellent windsurfing conditions. This ocean beach and estuary habitat makes Horseneck Beach a premier birding location in New England.

An Artisan’s Mecca at New Bedford

Within 45 minutes, you can enjoy charming New Bedford, named the seventh most Artistic City in America in 2011, which boasts an impressive ratio of local residential artists. Along the cobblestone streets, you’ll discover galleries, antique shops, museums, and restaurants against a backdrop of exquisite period architecture.

Shopping and Treasure Hunting

Whether you are browsing stylish urban art galleries or exploring fashion boutiques and thrift stores, southeastern Massachusetts is a shopper’s dream. 140 stores at Emerald Square in North Attleboro offer treasures and bargains galore! Serious shopaholics should not miss Wrentham Village Premium Outlets in Wrentham, New Bedford Antiques Center, Circa Vintage Wear, or Calico in New Bedford.

Fall River’s Battleship Cove

Less than 45 minutes away, you’ll find the world’s largest collection of US Naval vessels. It is home to five National Historic Landmarks: Battleship USS Massachusetts, Destroyer USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., the World War II Attack Submarine USS Lionfish, and PT Boats 617 and 796.

The Historic City of Boston

A leisure hour’s drive will take you to the city of Boston! This historic city will enchant you with its cosmopolitan elegance and European flair. Stroll down American history lane or enjoy a day with a few innings at the nation’s oldest major league ballpark. Boston is Massachusetts’ capital and largest city. Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest U.S. cities. There’s so much to explore in every corner, so plan your time accordingly!

‘Discovery’ is a Way of Life Here!

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