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Dartmouth  is a charming town in the state of Massachusetts, with a population of 34.032 residents, according to the 2010 census. Dartmouth was settled in 1652 and was officially incorporated in 1664. The town has grown economically, especially in the retail area and nowadays business is branching towards commerce. With its wonderful parks, historical sites and old buildings, Dartmouth is a great holiday destination, whether you are planning on staying for a weekend or for a longer holiday.

Top Attractions Within Dartmouth

Zeiterion Theater . It provides Dartmouth with performing arts programming of excellence that inspires, educates and entertains. It also presents a broad range of the highest caliber national and international performing artists and programs that speak to the diversity of cultures and interests in the region. You can visit the inside of the building at any times, as well as buying a ticket for one of the many representations of the Theatre. Without a doubt, you will enjoy a cultural and pleasant evening.

Park Zoo is located nearby Dartmouth. It includes and exhibits more than 250 animals, including elephants, bison, mountain lions, bears, eagles, and farm animals. Children as well as adults have the possibility of petting and feeding some of the animals. For a great experience and a chance to learn more about local wildlife and wildlife around the world, you should visit the Zoo in person.

Whaling Museum reveals an intimate relationship with the communities. The Museum is a forum for whale and now fishing conservation, research. Its cultural outreach extends around the world, with close ties to Japan, Portugal and the Iñupiat people at the Arctic Circle. The role the New Bedford Whaling Museum will play in its second century is no less critical than that of one hundred years ago. In doing so, the Museum will be recognized as a compelling destination that inspires all visitors to reflect on the complex issues that shaped the past, remain critical today, and inform a sustainable future.

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