Home to close to 44,000 people, Attleboro, MA 02703 was also known as the "Jewelry Capital of the World" because of the high number of jewelry manufacturers in the city. There are companies here that still manufacture jewelry, such as Garlan Chain, General Findings, Guyot Brothers Company, James A. Murphy Co., Leach & Garner, M.S. Company, and Masters of Design. However, the city also has several attractions you can visit on a bus rental in Attleboro.
Only a short distance from Boston, Attleboro presents a nice change of pace from the crowd and the hectic pace of Boston. So get on a bus rental in Attleboro and check out the sights here.
Art. The Attleboro Arts Museum gives people the chance to appreciate visual arts and also for artists to exhibit their work. On top of an outstanding permanent collection, they also have special events, art classes and workshops. Then there is the Women at Work Museum, which tells the stories of female pilots, writers, athletes, inventors, seafarers, entrepreneurs, soldiers and others using the arts, dance and music, movies, stories and interactive exhibits. You can also visit the Museum at the Mill.
Others. The National Shrine of Our Lady of LaSalette has an amazing garden where you could find a lot of flowers in bloom. You can also come here to see the Festival of Lights during the Christmas season. During the festival, the premises are lit up by over 225,000 lights and there are special events and musical concerts, too. Meanwhile, Attleboro Public Library is a haven for book lovers of any genre. The library holds events such as book clubs, story time, and others.
Triboro Youth Theatre has come up with stellar productions of well-loved plays such as Annie, Cinderella and The Frog Prince. Attleboro Community Theatre also works to bring theater productions, which in the past have included A Few Good Men, A Streetcar Named Desire, and the Crucible.
Eating out in Attleboro? Then you are in for a pleasant surprise with the selections you have. Check out these favorites:
Golfers would love the courses here. Be sure to check out:
You could visit the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum, where you can view documents, tools, memorabilia and artifacts that tell people about the city's industrial past. Or you could tour the city's many historic sites, including:
Check out the Lloyd G. Balfour Riverwalk, the public park where you can play beach volleyball, or play in the playground or skate. You can also check out the Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can get two miles of trails for hiking and biking.
Capron Park Zoo might be small at only eight acres, but this zoo has over 100 animals belonging to 44 different species. The zoo also provides educational programs for the kids to learn more about the animals.
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