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Did you know that Chelmsford is bordered by two rivers —the Merrimack River to the north, and the Concord River to the east?
Best Way to Travel: Train, Car
#1 Thing to do: Chelmsford Country Club
#2 Thing to do: Chelmsford Historical Society
#3 Thing to do: Garrison House
Fun Fact: Chelmsford was incorporated in May 1655 and was named after Chelmsford in England.
#1 Car Rental Company: Hertz
Chelmsford is a suburban town in Massachusetts with a population of 33.082 residents according to the 2010 census. Chelmsford is famous for playing an important role in the American Revolution at the Battle of Lexington and Concord, as well as for the Ginger Ale Company. With various accommodation, such as elegant hotels, camping facilities and old fashioned inns, as well as many historical attractions, Chelmsford is a wonderful destination for a holiday or a weekend getaway.
Top Attractions Within Chelmsford
Chelmsford Museum is the place where history is displayed from the times of the ice ages to the present day. The museum houses a live beehive, displays of birds and other animals, free quizzes for children and a small souvenir shop. It is a great place for adults and children alike, because they can learn about the history and geography of Chelmsford. Moreover, there are also holiday activities for children during most school holidays.
Creepy Crawlies Amusement Park is a wonderful play centre for children and adults alike, where you will find an adventure park, a mini animal farm and a hair studio. The adventure park includes a huge sand and water area, a netted climbing forest, rides for the little ones, gardens, swings and a racetrack. The mini animal farm has a lot of cute animals that children can pet and feed.
Middlesex Canal is a barge canal connecting the Merrimack River with Boston. Though significant portions of the Middlesex Canal are still visible, urban and suburban sprawl is quickly overcoming many of the remains. Important parts of the canal are still visible including water filled portions near the Baldwin House.
Hylands House. Visitors can enjoy all the spectacular rooms, ranging from the exquisitely gilded Drawing Room to the sumptuous Banqueting Room. Tourists can also see the magnificent Grand Staircase that has been restored to its former glory and the Repton Room which provides stunning views over the landscaped parkland.
Should you be in the surrounding area, be sure not to miss out on the wonderful attractions of the town and of the surrounding area, here in Chelmsford.