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Fruitlands Museum, Harvard

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  • Fantastic views of Wachusett Mountain and the entire Wapack trail from Wattatic to Pack Monadnock. We chose to run the outer trails and you can get in just about 2 miles if you use all of the trail. E...  more »
  • Interesting even on a bitterly cold day. We were passing on a trip to see the trees in the fall and saw the sign to the museum and entered out of curiosity. The farm itself and its history is very int...  more »
  • This is a lovely spot with beautiful vistas of the Worcester Hills. It's a National Historic Landmark recognizing the experimental Transcendentalist community that was founded here by Bronson Alcott, ...  more »
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  • It was all good, except when I went to leave at night. It was pitch black and no lights to see the path back to my car
  • Wonderful displays and exhibits with hands on interaction in some. Kids found it biting, but i was enthralled. Staff is well informed and entertaining. Will visit again without the kids soon!
  • Fruitlands is such a nice place to go for a hike, wander the museums or have a bite to eat in the cafe. A wonderful wedding venue too!
  • Beautiful venue and view. Especially for sunset.
  • Absolutely beautiful place, stunning views of the Nashua River Valley and local mountains. The cafe is a lovely break between visits to their numerous museum galleries. Also a phenomenal place representing the often under-appreciated Native American history in this region.