Looking for fun things to do with the kids over the upcoming February school vacation week? Or maybe you’re a home buyer relocating to Massachusetts and are searching for a stimulating, culturally rich area of the Bay State to call home. Based on what’s on tap for the 2014 February school vacation week in the I-495 region of Massachusetts, it’s fair to say the I-495 region’s a winner!
Lots to do during February vacation week 2014
Three cultural hubs are less than an hour’s drive of the I-495 corridor: Greater Boston, Providence RI and Worcester. These three cities and their surrounding suburbs are home to an extremely well educated and culturally diverse population. There’s always a lot going on! So whether you are considering where to buy a home in Massachusetts or already live in the Bay State and are looking for ideas for fun with the kids during the school vacation week, the I-495 region has a lot to offer!
In and around Franklin, MA
The Town of Franklin enjoys a prime location in the heart of the I-495 region of Massachusetts. Tap or click on the images below to get some good suggestions for things to do over the February school vacation week if you live in Franklin, MA and want to stay close to home:
Greater I-495 region and beyond
The images below link to ideas and events geared towards family fun up and down the I-495 corridor and throughout Greater Boston. All listed events are less than a one hour drive from Franklin, MA and surrounding towns. The suggestions below are just some of the many school vacation week entertainment choices available to those living in the I-495 region of Massachusetts. The wide range of events speaks volumes about the high quality of life in the area!
Learn more about Franklin, MA
There are always things to do in Franklin, MA! Franklin enjoys a wonderful array of recreational resources and is home to more fairs and festivals than you’d expect in a community with such a small town ambiance. Dean College adds extra zest to a surprisingly robust local arts and entertainment scene in Franklin. Add in superior public schools and many welcoming neighborhoods of attractive homes and you have one great place to live!
Contact Warren Reynolds with any questions you have about life in Franklin, Massachusetts!
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