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Explore Historic Arms At The Worcester Art Museum

ore the Higgins collection of historic arms at the Worcester Art Museum Thirty-eight miles from Boston, in the heart of Massachusetts is the city of Worcester, meaning “war-castle”. The name of the town is fitting for it is the home to a marvelous collection of historic arms. The collection was previous held within the Higgins Armory Museum, and now the Worcester Art Museum has taken over care of these rare treasures. Look for these intriguing pieces in the museum’s Knights! exhibition, and later, they will be integrated into the Museum’s Medieval galleries, which will open with a completely new installation. Follow this link to read the full feature…

Step Back In Time To The 1830’s At Old Sturbridge Village

Historic Treasures At The Old Sturbridge Village

Begin your journey through time at a rural New England town of the 1830’s set on over 200 acres in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. More than 40 original buildings from the time period make Old Sturbridge Village the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast. Among the authentic structures that bring the village to life are homes, meetinghouses, a district school, country store, mills and shops of numerous craftsmen. Guests at the village can meet and speak to history interpreters dressed in authentic costumes with opportunities for role-playing, talks, walks, and performances. Follow this link to read the full feature…

Getaways At The Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club

Getaways at the Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club
Located in Brewster, the Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club on Cape Cod is a perfect, family friendly getaway, where you can enjoy all the recreation and fun the majestic coast of the Cape offers. When planning your trip be sure to pack your bikes, or bike rentals are available, so you and your loved ones can ride along through the state parks and cranberry bogs along the Cape Cod National Seashore. The 26-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail runs through the Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club, and is a great starting point for your bike tour. Follow this link to read the full feature…

Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden

Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden Let your inner child rise to the surface and share the magic of the whimsical Dr. Seuss at the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden. Sculptor Lark Grey Diamond-Cates, who is also Geisel’s step-daughter, created the endearing bronze sculptures of Dr. Seuss, and his lovable characters for the Springfield Library & Museums Association, located in the heart of this city which is on the Connecticut River in Western Massachusetts. Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, this unique sculpture garden is a delight for all ages. From Horton to a 10-turtle-tall tower from Yertle the Turtle, you will find many surprises throughout the gardens. Follow this link to read the full feature…

Historic Getaways At The Fairmont Copley Suites

Getaways At The Historic Fairmont Copley Suites To celebrate Boston’s history and heritage the Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston introduces eight culturally inspired suites. Built on the original site of the Museum of Fine Arts, the Fairmont Copley Plaza has stood as one of the city’s architectural jewels and part of the fabric of the community for over 90 years. To celebrate this connection with Boston’s cultural community curators and archivists have created suites to highlights the communities’ cultural and historic sites and attractions. Follow this link to read the full feature…