Rehoboth is a historic town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. Established in 1643, Rehoboth is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts. The population was 11,608 at the 2010 census. Rehoboth is a mostly rural, suburban community with many historic sites including 53 historic cemeteries.
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5 based on 36 reviews
A Seekonk Landmark - The original building was built between 1722 and 1723 from 1924 to 1943 the property was used as the Jacobs Hill Hunt Club for the “Who’s Who” in America crowd that passed through Providence RI. To preserve this piece of American History the current owners have opened it as a House Museum and Bed and Breakfast/Inn.
Needed a place to stay on a solo visit to the Boston area for a weekend family event. My priority was to be close to family but not "too close". Wanted a peaceful, relaxing spot to "chill" away from the hustle and bustle of a large city and yet wanted to experience a new area to explore. While very close to Providence, R.I. and Boston, I enjoyed my quiet time @ the Jacob Hill Inn and the outstanding hospitality of the hosts, Eleonora and Bill. They couldn't be nicer or more helpful and the Inn was tastefully decorated and yet had modern conveniences for a Historic property. A welcome glass of wine , dinner reservations made at the spur of the moment and a jacuzzi spa in my petite suite made it difficult to leave the property which is serene and bucolic. Next time, I want to return with my husband to enjoy the pool, tennis court and the billiard room . Casual without any fussiness, it has a very relaxed atmosphere. Would be great as a special place to stay for an Anniversary, Honeymoon night or parent's get away.
4.5 based on 269 reviews
A popular baseball field (home of the Pawtucket Red Sox) for minor-league games that draws a huge crowd.
I have been coming here for years and years. It is a great place for watching AAA Baseball . It is much better in many ways than seeing MLB first hand. The prices for everything are drastically cheaper, less crowds, better parking-free if you get there early, including handicapped and easier traffic.
I would recommend going to MLB at least once in a lifetime though. Many stars come from AAA. The players usually like giving autographs.
Lastly, McCoy has events sometimes, like walking the field, fireworks and more.
4.5 based on 175 reviews
The National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette is a destination for pilgrims any time of year, but between Thanksgiving and the New Year, the shrine dazzles with 500,000 Christmas lights celebrating the birth of the Christ child. The display is provided for a free-will donation - so, there is no formal fee, and a visit here makes for a great family outing.
The lights are distributed over ten acres, and there is a massive amount of parking space. No admission fee (but loosen your purse strings and leave a donation); and pets were in evidence. They may or may not be allowed - not sure. There are several places to buy snacks. I tried a slice of the Canadian meat pie in the cafeteria (the line moves fast), and loved it. They also had wonderful desserts and hot chocolate.
The place is crowded, so expect congestion, whining kids, and visitors who are generally very nice and very patient. On weekends at 7 pm, I recommend Fr. Pat's concert of faith-based songs and carols. Fr. Pat accompanies himself on the guitar.
Bring the family, and Enjoy!
4.5 based on 790 reviews
This innovative and internationally renowned museum showcases more than 80,000 works of art from Paul Revere's silver and caricatures of 18th century Europe, to French Impressionists and the avant-garde works of recent alumni. A 12th-century Japanese Buddha has its own room with benches for meditating.
RISD Museum continues to be top-notch! we were there Jan 2015 and much of the displays delighted me-again, or newly! Beautiful furniture design-a cherry music stand as eye-catching as a sculpture--some classics from mid-century 1900's still sharp and stand-out well-designed---but I also want to compliment the guides this time. We were given suggestions and offered assistance to see more of what we were obviously enjoying by several guides-and helped navigating some of the more confusing halls and connections between areas. All was done pleasantly and so helpfully-I was really impressed and grateful!
5 based on 84 reviews
An 1895 carousel featuring 66 hand-carved figures.
Timeless and historic. Enjoy a few rides on this 1895 carousel and try for the gold ring. This place is magical! Take a picnic lunch along and head across the street to Rose Larisa Park for an excellent water view. Or enjoy the Blount Clam Shack in the grounds near the parking lot.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Seekonk is one of my Favorite Tracks in New England. The facilities are good and clean. Food is okay, a little pricey. The racing is consistently good and I always like to go back. Seating all around the track too!
4.5 based on 499 reviews
I have been coming here for years and I marvel at the interior every time I walk through the doors. I have sat at many different locations here and I've always have a good view of the stage. My favorite seats are front row of the balcony.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
A National Historic Landmark, the Slater Mill is a living history museum and educational center.
I took my mom and friend to Slater Mill last weekend, we had a private tour because no one else showed up. Our tour guides were extremely informative and friendly. We toured 3 buildings, they answered all of our questions, provided a terrific background to the Industrial Revolution and how Slater helped to build and create this revolution.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
Free park playground and picnic areas surrounding the zoo; great for younger children. "Splashpad Playspace" (water playground) located in the zoo during the summer.
Lions are just the beginning. All sorts of animals, food, information, and playgrounds. If you have kids, it's a great place to bring the kids on the cheap and spend lots of time looking at all the animals!
4.5 based on 73 reviews
We stopped here for approx. 1 hour. The park seems very big with lots of different paths and trails. There is also some nice water areas and nice buildings. This would be a great place for a picnic or bbq in good weather
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