Wachusett Mountain is a ski area located at Princeton, Massachusetts. It has 22 trails with 7 ski lifts. The longest ski run is at 7,050 ft (2,149 meters). There is also a base lodge that is available for daily rentals and has facilities like public areas, a cafeteria, The Black Diamond restaurant, and private suites.
Wachusett Dam is located at Clinton, Massachusetts. It is maintained by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority and is a part of greater Boston's water system. It was once the largest gravity dam in the world. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on January 18, 1990.
Grove Street Methuen, MA 01844 +1 978 465 6555(Tourist Information)
The Walnut Grove Cemetery is a historic burial ground which has been in continuous function since 1853. Located at the intersection of Grove and Railroads Streets, it encompasses an area of 14 acres (5.66 hectares). The cemetery became a part of the National Historic Register in 1984 owing to its historic significance.
The Hospital Point Range Front Light has been serving the U.S. Coast Guard since 1871. Providing navigational assistance over the Salem Sound, the lighthouse started automatic operation in 1947. Though the lighthouse is generally not accessible, visitors are accepted for tours on select days of the year.
Waldo Street Worcester, MA 01608 +1 508 755 7400(Tourist Information)
The Waldo Street Police Station is a former police station built in 1918. Built with the Renaissance style of architecture, it was designed by the noted architect George H. Clemence. It was listed as a historic building in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
238 Webster Street Marshfield, MA 02050 +1 781 834-0548
The Thomas-Webster Estate is located at Marshfield, Massachusetts. This historic estate was built in the year 1832 C.E and was built in Bungalow/Craftsman/Queen Anne styles of architecture. This estate was previously owned by Daniel Webster and it was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 5, 1993.
64 Forrester Street Salem, MA 01970 +1 978 744 5869
The St. Nicholas Orthodox Church is a mesmerizing structure with a mix of various architectural styles. However, the most prominent ones include the Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals and Classical Revival styles. The church was established in 1901 by the people who had immigrated from Galicia. The congregation is functional even today and keeps hosting regular masses and other religious ceremonies. It became a part of the National Register of Historic Places due its architectural and historical significance.
Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area Boston, MA 02171
This historic lighthouse that is 120 feet high, is the Long Island Head Light. Made up of bricks, this tower is said to be the fourth tower on the island. A modern solar powered system was installed in the later years which was of great help during the summer months. This lighthouse was added to the Register of National Historic Places in the year 1987.
2218 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, MA 02474 +1 781 641 0747
The Jefferson Cutter House is a beautiful historic home that currently is a home to the Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum. This beautiful structure was designed in it's amazing Greek Revival and Federal style architecture and featured the works of the most amazing American sculptor Cyrus E. Dallin. The works that are displayed in this museum brings in a sense of beauty and history throughout the nation.
The Tremont Temple church is one of the city's largest
baptist churches and is an architectural masterpiece. The converse hall at the church is extremely large and can seat around 1800 people but even with its humongous size, the ...
When this congregation was formed in 1669, it was a
dissenting group from the First Church in Boston and was known as the Third Church. Famous historical members of this church's congregation included Benjamin Franklin, William Dawes, James Otis ...
Preserving the grounds and home of former Presidents John Adams
and John Quincy Adams, this historical park offers a variety of activities for visitors. Don't miss a chance to learn about its heritage by touring the former homes, browsing ...