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(508) 867-6441
184 West Main Street
Route 9
West Brookfield, MA 01585
1 (508) 867-6441
 

These attractions are less than a 20 minute drive away.



Brimfield Antiques Show

The Brimfield Antiques Show is the largest outdoor antiques show in the world, with over 6,000 dealers and 130,000+ visitors during the course of the week. While it is convenient to refer to it as 'The Show', it is actually comprised of 23 fields, owned by 'Promoters', who lease spaces to dealers from all over the world. The Show takes place three times a year, usually around Mother's Day, July 4th and Labor Day. Visit their site



Salem Cross Inn

The Salem Cross Inn is a Colonial restaurant situated on 600 acres of rolling meadows and woodlands in Central Massachusetts. The original building was constructed by a grandson of Peregrine White, the first male child born on the Mayflower in 1620. The entire facility is one of the finest examples of Colonial restoration in the United States, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Visit their site



Palmer Motor Sports Park

On Whiskey Hill 7 miles off the Turnpike is Palmer Motorsports Park (PMP), the first true road course in Massachusetts. Created for driver training, testing, and competitive events, PMP is where you can pursue your passion for racing and speed. Visit their site



BT's Smokehouse

Voted one of the Top Ten BBQ Joints in New England by the Boston Globe, we offer your favorite BBQ meats from Pulled Pork and Beef Brisket to Pork and Beef Ribs with sides like Slaw, Potato Salad, and Mac 'n Cheese. Visit their site



Old Sturbridge Village

A trip to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, is a journey through time to a rural New England town of the 1830s. Visitors are invited into more than 40 original buildings, each carefully researched, restored, and brought to the museum site from towns throughout New England. These include homes, meeting houses, a district school, country store, bank, law office, printing office, carding mill, sawmill, gristmill, pottery, blacksmith shop, shoe shop, and cooper shop. Visit their site



Aerial Adventures

Aerial Adventures offers hot air balloon rides, sales, and instruction as well as Powered Parachute instructional rides and full instructional courses in the art of flying Powered Parachutes. Their mission is to provide the safest, most professional and enjoyable flying experience available. Visit their site



Breezelands Orchards

Established in 1896 by the Tuttle family, Breezlands Orchards is still owned and operated by the Tuttle family today. The orchard sits on over 100 acres with over 8000 fruit trees. New & old apple varieties are harvested over a two and a half month season. The high elevation combined with a deep rich soil produces a uniquely tasty fruit. Visit their site



Brookfield Orchards

Located in picturesque central Massachusetts, the orchards have become a landmark where quality is a tradition. The orchards are owned and operated by the third generation of the Lincoln family. Harvest begins in late July with the early varieties and continues through October. Pick-your-own apples starts on Labor Day weekend. Visit their site



The Warren Farm

The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse specializes in the production of pure maple syrup, maple confections, and specialty food items made with maple syrup. They grow many of the ingredients - fruits, berries, vegetables, and herbs - used in their unique line of gourmet preserves, pickles, vinegars and oils, sauces, and baked goods, all made on the farm. Visit their site



Quabbin Reservoir

Quabbin Reservoir is one of the largest man-made public water supplies in the United States. Created in the 1930's by the construction of two huge earthen dams, the reservoir is fed by the three branches of the Swift River, and seasonally by the Ware River. Four towns were flooded in the Swift River Valley. Construction of the reservoir remains a great engineering feat, and Quabbin is one of the largest unfiltered water supplies in the world. The reservoir is 18 miles long and has 181 miles of shoreline including 61 miles along the reservoir's 60 islands. Visit their site



Rock House Reservation

Glaciers created the rock shelter that gives the Reservation its name. Its large size and height and its southern exposure made the Rock House an excellent winter camp for Native Americans. More than three miles of trails take in spring-fed Carter Pond, the Rock House, and Balance Rock; a butterfly garden planted along a power line; stands of red pine and spruce planted in the 1930s and 1940s; and a steep hill that offers easterly views over rolling hills and westerly views of farmland. Visit their site



Ye Olde Tavern

Established in 1760, Ye Olde Tavern is the oldest continually operating inn in the United States. It has served guests in a warm and friendly atmosphere for over 240 years, and has seating available for 200 guests. Ye Olde Tavern specializes in business meetings, private parties, showers and weddings, but feel free to stop by the pub, which is open every day. Built in West Brookfield in 1760, it was a center of colonial life in Massachusetts. Here many men and lovely ladies of olden times were entertained, for the Tavern was located on the Olde Bay Path over which sped the stages from Boston to Albany. Presidents George Washington and John Adams were guests! Visit their site



Saint Joseph's Abbey

North of the town of Spencer, Massachusetts, at the crest of a steeply sloping hill blanketed in oak, maple and pine, but bared in part by farmed meadows and broad pasturelands, rests Saint Joseph's Abbey, a cloistered Roman Catholic monastery of monks of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance, popularly known as Trappists. Visit their site



St. Paul the Apostle Parish

Tridentine Mass is offered each Sunday at 10:30 am at St. Paul the Apostle Parish on 1082 Main Street in Warren. Mass is celebrated in Latin with the priest facing the altar, much the way it was celebrated four centuries ago. Many people follow the prayers by using a bilingual missal, which is provided for use during the service. Visit their site.



Saint Anne Shrine

Pilgrims and visitors come to the Shrine seeking physical and spiritual healing, and in this peace-filled atmosphere they find hope, strength and comfort for themselves and their loved ones.The natural beauty of the grounds, the Way of the Cross, the Lourdes Grotto, the Scala Sancta (Holy Stairs) and many other prayerful places provide an ideal setting for contemplation and meditation. Visit their site



Massachusetts State Police Academy

The Massachusetts State Police Academy is located on 780 acres in rural New Braintree. The compound consists of over twenty buildings that house the classrooms, dining facility, firearms range, sleeping quarters, physical plant and gymnasium. A small housing community, dubbed Circle Drive, is used as additional office space and for realistic training exercises. Visit their site



The Center at Eagle Hill

The Cultural Center at Eagle Hill is a major, state-of-the-art venue for the arts in Central Massachusetts. It comprises a 463-seat proscenium theater, an 80-seat studio theater, a 500-seat dining and function hall, art exhibition spaces, classrooms and computer labs for visual and graphic arts, a music classroom and recording studio, a 2,000 square-foot woodshop, 900 square feet of art studio space, reception areas, an outdoor patio, and an outdoor amphitheater. Visit their site



Kaizen Sushi Bar & Grill

Great sushi and Japanese cuisine. A favorite local recommendation of the Copper Lantern. Visit their site



The Book Bear

Their floor stock of 90,000 volumes covers a wide variety of subjects producing a great browsing experience. They have rare, hard-to-find, and antique books. Visit their site



Janine's Frostee

Serving great casual food, drink, and ice cream, for a very reasonable price, and doing it in a polite and friendly way since 1956. Thatís why people say - Janine's Frostee is worth the drive from anywhere! Visit their site



Bogey Lanes

This is a bowling alley with a mini-golf course. For cosmic bowling, they dim the lights and turn up the tunes. The black lights and more come on and everything glows in an array of florescent color creating a disco tech atmosphere. The music system allows for song requests as well. Visit their site



Teresa's Restuarant

They use only the finest ingredients when preparing dinners; fresh tomatoes and imported olive oil from Italy. Everything offered on the menu is prepared fresh daily in the kitchen. They take pride in serving the highest quality of food to customers. Visit their site



E.B. Flatts

A great spot for lunch and breakfast, open daily. Visit their site

 

These attractions are less than a 1 hour drive away.



Worcester Art Museum

Experience magnificent artwork from five millennia of world cultures. View paintings by Cassatt, Gauguin, Goya, Monet, Sargent and Whistler; admire floor mosaics from the ancient city of Antioch; see cutting-edge contemporary art; and discover the Museum's many other treasures. Visit their site



Lupa Zoo

Lupa Zoo is a conservation and education institution demonstrating the value, beauty and inter-dependence of all living things. Visit their site



The Big E

There's no better place to enjoy the sights, sounds and taste-tempting aromas of the fall season than at The Big E, New England's Autumn Tradition and the largest fair in the Northeast. Visit their site



Davis' Farmland & Mega Maze

Farm fun for the whole family, and one of the area's largest outdoor mazes. Visit their site



Castle Restaurant

The Castle has represented the epitome of fine dining since 1950 and is known as a remarkable place for old-fashioned French cuisine. The Castle offers two distinctive dining rooms and menus. Visit their site



Ecotarium

The EcoTarium is well rooted in the Worcester community as an organization dedicated to the study of science and nature. The private, non-profit institution was founded in 1825 as the Worcester Lyceum of Natural History and was incorporated in 1884 as the Worcester Natural History Society. Visit their site



Mechanics Hall

Mechanics Hall is one of the world's finest concert halls. Internationally regarded for its superb acoustics, the Hall boasts a celebrity list that includes Thoreau and Dickens, Caruso and Dvorak, Teddy Roosevelt and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Yo Yo Ma and Itzak Perlman, Mel Torme and Ella Fitzgerald. Mechanics Hall is home to the Worcester Music Festival, the oldest music festival in the nation, founded in 1859. Visit their site



Basketball Hall of Fame

See the all-time greatest players, coaches and teams in one of the most innovatively designed sports museums in the world at the Basketball Hall of Fame. Visit their site



Mount Wachusett

Rising above the surrounding forest to a height of 2006 feet, Mount Wachusett stands as a unique landmark within the central New England landscape. From the summit, a clear day reveals views of Mt. Monadnock in New Hampshire, the Berkshires to the west, and the Boston skyline to the east. Visit their site



Six Flags New England

Enjoy thrill rides, a water park and endless fun at Six Flags New England in nearby Agawam. Visit their site



Thompson Speedway

Racing at Thompson Speedway features two of NASCAR's premier touring divisions, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and the Busch East, Grand National divisions. Additionally, the speedway offers six NASCAR Whelen All-American Series weekly divisions. Visit their site



National Shrine of The Divine Mercy

The priests and brothers of the Congregation of Marians of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary have resided on Eden Hill in Stockbridge, MA, since June 1944. In the course of history, the National Shrine has been the destination of thousands of pilgrims from around the world. They have found it to be a place of rest and renewal in a setting of natural beauty. Visit their site