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Visit the Pioneer Plastic City on a Bus Rental in Leominster, MA

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With slightly a little less than 41,000 people calling it home, Leominster, MA 01453 is the second biggest city in Worcester County. Discover the attractions, the history and the people here on a bus rental in Leominster, MA.

A 24-passenger mini bus rental in Leominster, MA is perfect for your day trip.

A day trip to the city is a great idea to experience life here. To make it very convenient for you and your small group of family and friends, get a 24-passenger mini bus rental in Leominster, MA to help you get around.

Arts & Cultural

Along with its manufacturing and industrial past, Leominster also has a lively cultural scene that includes theater groups, performance arts groups, exhibit venues and events.

The Leominster Art Association holds a three-day arts exhibit at St. Leo's Church featuring the works of local artists. Another arts-related event is the Starburst Festival, which happens every June. The Starburst Festival has musical performances by the Starburst Orchestra and a grand fireworks display, along with the awarding ceremonies for the city's citizens of the year.

Also, check out the Leominster Colonial Band as they continue their annual Christmas concert, a local tradition that dates back to the 1990s. They also have a summer concert series that started in the 1930s. You could also check out the Thayer Symphony Orchestra that has been around since 1973. The Orchesta traced its roots in the city before moving to Fitchburg in 2000.

When it comes to theater, the Central Massachusetts Repertory Theater is a must-see as they perform at the Congregation Agudat Achim synagogue.

The city also hosts the Johnny Appleseed Festival every September, where you have arts and crafts, live entertainment, musical acts, and a parade.

Restaurants & Shopping

The city has a lot of restaurants that you could try out. Check out the best, including:

  • A Taste of Vietnam
  • Arisu Korean Restaurant
  • Comeketo
  • Cristina's Restaurant
  • Don's Diner
  • Elvis's Hot Dog Palace
  • Fat Boys
  • Il Camino Restaurant
  • Thai Jasmine
  • The Luxury Box
  • Union Square Pizzeria
  • Yamato Japan

The city has a wide range of shopping options, too. On one hand, you have Lowe's Home Improvement, The Mall at Whitney Ford, and Target, and on the other you have the local businesses such as Cutie Patutie's Consignment, Gardeners' Spot, Michaels Arts & Crafts and others.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are two golf courses in the city for you to try out: Monoosnock Country Club and Glenview Country Club. There are also some great golf courses in nearby cities such as Red Tail Golf Course and Oak Hill Country Club.

You should also check out the Leominster High School sports teams in action. The Leominster High Blue Devils holds 11 State Super Bowl titles while you can see the Wachusett Dirt Dawgs in action at the Doyle Baseball Field.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are some historic places in the city that are worth visiting. Start with the Monument Square Historic District, where you could find the old town square. The Leominster's common has several important monuments, such as the monument that commemorates the town's second meeting house, a mortar, and a variety of memorials dedicated to firefighters and veterans.

Other historic places you should see include:

  • Cluett Peabody & Company
  • F. A. Whitney Carriage Company Complex Historic District
  • Frances H. and Jonathan Drake House
  • Pine Grove Cemetery
  • Wachusett Shirt Company
  • Wellington Piano Case Company Building
  • Whitney & Company

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city oversees more than 100 acres of public lands, parks and playgrounds.

Go to Doyle Field, which is an athletic complex that has a soccer field, baseball field, eight tennis courts, a playground, a football and soccer stadium.

You could also go to the Doyle Community Park & Center, which spans more than 167 acres. Or the Crow Hill Pond located inside the Leominster State Forest where you could swim and have a picnic. Leominster State Forest in itself is very popular with hikers and skiers during the winter.

Other parks you should visit are:

  • Arthur A. Fournier Sr. Memorial Park
  • Bachand Field
  • Barret Park
  • Evelyn Hachey Park
  • Justin DesSantis Field
  • Monument Square

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