Sutton in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Geologic Formations. Discover best things to do in Sutton with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 210 reviews
What a great place for a quick hike that is both fun and gives lots of options you can make this as easy or as difficult as you want. A pleasant stroll down the middle of the chasm or an adventure over and under rocks some the size of small houses. Once you get to the end of the chasm you can walk back on either rim for awesome views.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Enjoy a cone of delicious ice cream or try a round of golf on our beautiful 18 hole miniature golf course. Jump in with both feet on the Barnyard Jump or get lost this fall in our 5.5 acre a-maize-ing corn maze! There's SO much to discover at our Family Farm.
I was looking for something to do outside with the kids and found West End creamery. We got there right when they opened and it was already starting to get busy but, It was a beautiful day so that wasn't a surprise. We headed right for the mini golf, there was a few people in front of us but it wasn't to long of a wait. The course is 18 holes and is set up nice. They also have a bounce place for kids. It cost 4 of us $34 bucks, $8.50 ea. when we finished up, we headed over to get some of they're ice cream. We walked inside and the girl told us we can eat inside but had to order outside? O.K. ? We went back outside and the lines were pretty long. You would think they would have more people working on a weekend day that was sunny and everyone wanted ice cream, they only had a few girls working and they were pretty unorganized to say the least. You ordered the ice cream at the same window you waited for the ice cream ? I'm not sure why they didn't have a " pick up window" like most places do so that others can order, instead of waiting for the person in front of you to get they're ice cream before you could even order yours? It caused huge back ups of people and a lot of rumbling from the crowds of people waiting. They couldn't even dip my daughter's waffle cone in chocolate ? I'm guessing they ran out or something, at that point, I was just happy to get the ice cream and not stand in a line anymore, so I didn't bother to ask why. It was a nice place to go but they really need management to be on hand of the high school kids they got working for them, to move things along, no ice cream is worth waiting 45 mins for, sorry.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Going to movies here is relaxing and very family friendly. AND their best feature is Patriots games - all season - they can't charge admission so you're only expense is snacks. They have a beer and wine license as well. AND the bathrooms are clean and convenient. I have been taking my grandsons there for years and believe me on a stormy Sunday - as we are known to have around here - there is no better option than to go to The Elm. We meet friends and family there, easy access from Rt. 20 and 146.
4 based on 52 reviews
Such a nice place to get together! There are three water slides built into the hill- slower, medium, and faster. There are NO STAIRS TO CLIMB! Woohoo! You walk a ramp/hill to get to the top. There is a nice lake front that is shallow and buoyed off. No worries, there is no muck, just nice sand under your toes. There is a small arcade and a snack shack. However, you can bring in your own cooler of food. There are picnic tables or you can lay a blanket/beach chair on the grass. I like to play cards with my husband while the kids toss a Nerf ball. Such a nice relaxing place to go.
4.5 based on 495 reviews
This central Massachusetts museum houses a collection that includes works by European and American artists as well as Asian, Greek and Roman art.
A unique collection of late 19th/early 20th century photographs is on view until the 25 of Feb. The photos are of an African/American and Native American community living in Worcester. Aside from the photos as images, many of them have been identified with families still residing in Worcester. These add to the texture of the city and connects the families with their ancestors, a unique experience.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Just one year after opening in 2010, New England golfers now have another "must play" course for their bucket list. Carved out of a majestic 146-acre tract of rolling landscape that affords sweeping views of the historic Blackstone Valley Corridor, Shining Rock Golf Club gives every level of golfer a memorable round. The par 72 course measures 6,735 yards from the championship tees and each hole offers three to five tee boxes. With an elevation change of 255 feet from the highest to the lowest point on the course, golfers are presented with some stunning holes that will be talked about for their jaw-dropping and chiseled beauty.
Have played this course many times on the last several years. Terrific service form ground personnel and clubhouse as well. The course is the meat of the adventure. The first six holes will test everything in and out of your bag. After that it is mainly a great golf course. Greens are like concrete and linoleum. Fairways are manicured. Sand traps have new sand in them this year.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
En route to the Indian Princess paddle-wheeler’s dock, we got a brief tour of the Indian Ranch.
Indian Ranch was built as a campground on the shores of Lake Webster, formerly known by the Nipmuck people as:
Now, it also features an outdoor concert venue with a relatively small covered stadium and open-air metal bleachers. The combination of mixed seating supposedly held 3,000 people. The stage was relative small. We were given the concert schedule. The Charlie Daniels Band was there Sept. 9th. Bret Michaels was there Sept.10th. Other big names in the 2017 season included Pat Benetar, The Marshall Tucker Band, Eddie Money, Huey Lewis & The News, Josh Turner and Dwight Yoakam.
In the adjacent area, a large building was under construction. We learned that it was to be a restaurant with large picture windows overlooking the lake.
And, its fourth feature is the Indian Princess Mississippi River-style paddle-wheeler.
In all, it was developing into a very nice facility.
We enjoyed our time here very much.
With what exists there now and what is to come soon, we rate the Indian Ranch at 5.0.
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5 based on 14 reviews
Vaillancourt Folk Art, based in Sutton, Massachusetts, is considered one of the last "Made in America" Christmas studios. Founded in 1984, Vaillancourt chalkware is cast from vintage moulds and hand-painted with the same attention to quality and detail given to the fine arts. Available nationally—from department stores and museum gift shops to small mom and pop shoppes and catalogs—the experience of the studio, gallery, and museum is second to none. Vaillancourt Folk Art operates with one goal in mind: starting your family tradition by creating that special gift that will be handed down throughout generations.
If you're interested in a unique display of Christmas products, this is the place to spend a couple of hours. We cannot resist and always purchase something. It was fun interacting with, and watching, the people who create and hand paint the various items.
4.5 based on 385 reviews
The Hanover Theatre continues to draw over 170,000 patrons annually with world-class performances and headlining acts including touring Broadway hits ("Les Miserables," "Mary Poppins," "Jersey Boys"); comedians (Steve Martin, George Carlin, Dave Chappelle); musical acts (Neil Young, Aretha Franklin, The Moody Blues, Diana Ross); and everything in between ("A Christmas Carol," Maya Angelou, Rudy Giuliani, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre).Consistantly ranked by POLLSTAR as one of the Top Theatres in the World, the theatre opened in March of 2008 following a $32 million historic renovation. Since opening, the theatre has established its place as a world-class performing arts venue, acting as a catalyst for the economic development of downtown Worcester. Worcester Center for Performing Arts, is a registered not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, owns and operates The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
We came in from out of town to see a touring Broadway musical. What a beautiful place ad the volunteer staff are really nice and knowledgeable. Great acoustics. Only complaint is that I have long legs ad some of the seats don't have enough leg room, but that's a problem I have a lot of places. Would come back again.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Be sure to explore the waters on both sides of the road by paddling through the tunnel. Once you paddle past the swimming area you are on an undeveloped pond with active beavers down the far end. The other end has lots of waterfowl and you can get out at the dam to take a good look at it. Minimal powered boat traffic.
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