To find out more about Massachusetts, please take a tour of these sites. This will give you a flavor of the lifestyle in Massachusetts
This site will give you great information about travel, entertainment, and great places to visit in the Commonwealth.
The official website for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The site provides a wealth of information from state agencies that will be useful for citizens, businesses, students, and visitors, or those who are just curious about the Bay State.
Beaches, waterfront; forests, wildlife, historic sites, and information about Massachusetts resources.
Job opportunities in Massachusetts from the Human Resources Department
Our Personal Favorites about Massachusetts… Tower Hills in Boylston
Tower Hills is located on a 132-acre site in Boylston, and it boasts a collection of shrubs, trees and plants that will dazzle your senses.
Come see your favorite perennials and annuals. Or wander through the Harrington Orchard, with more than 100 apple varieties. Explore nature on the woodland trails and at the "Birdhouse" viewing station. Or simply enjoy the spectacular view of Mt. Wachusett.
The Orangerie, an 18th-century style greenhouse, provides a lush environment for budding, blooming and fruit bearing citrus trees - lemon, lime, orange and tangerine. The fragrance is out-of-this-world. Tours, concerts, and flower shows are planned throughout the year.
Visit early New England in the company of farmers, craftsmen, and fascinating characters when you come to Sturbridge Village. Celebrate yesterday's proud traditions on your remarkable journey into America's past.
(New England Aquarium) (Purgatory Chasm)
The New England Aquarium and Purgatory Chasm are both sites not to be missed. The Aquarium is in Boston-a whole day adventure for the whole family and Purgatory Chasm is in Sutton off Rt. 146.
(Herring Cove Beach) (Nauset Beach)
Massachusetts has some of the most beautiful beaches and coast land including Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket. Watching the changing shore line, getting in touch with nature, and just having a great day at the beach with the family make our community resources so valuable! Massachusetts is a wonderful place to live, with something happening every season of the year.