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Dracut, MA

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Dracut is a small Massachusetts town whose roots extend to the earliest colonial periods of American history. In fact, as one of the only municipalities that still practice open town meetings as a form of governance, Dracut is model of urban democracy. With its small population, Dracut is also a welcoming environment. The residents of the area have a reputation for their altruistic spirit and friendliness. Perhaps the most endearing aspect of this town is that it is a great place to call home.

Dracut Apartments


Skyline Commons
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Princeton Commons Apartments
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Princeton Park Apartments
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Avalon Andover
Beds: 1-3
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Pheasant Run Apartments
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Kensington at Chelmsford
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Shaw Dairy Farm

Perhaps visiting a farm does not seem like a very entertaining attraction, but this is an excursion that is definitely worthwhile. Sure, there are plenty of cows to gaze at, but there is much more going on. Enjoy a hayride through the countryside, as well as plenty of opportunity to taste some of the treats made from the milk the farm produces. This includes an ice cream shop stocked with a host of flavorful offerings to enjoy. For those looking for an overall enjoyable experience, the Shaw Dairy farm will become a regular stop on the itinerary.

Whistler House Museum

A notable personality who hails from the Greater Merrimack River Valley that Dracut is situated in is James McNeil Whistler. Renowned as one of America’s top artists, this museum is a preservation of his birthplace. Visitors will find that the museum offers both an enjoyable visual experience, as well as an educational one. The museum is dedicated to providing increased awareness concerning American art of the 19th century, as well as promoting the work regional artist. The museum accomplishes this with a permanent collection for viewing, classes, and sponsored events for the community.