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Randolph, MA

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With a diverse population and strong community bond, Randolph has plenty of offer both residents and visitors. As part of the Boston metro area, the city has a great geographical location that attracts commuters and gives residents the luxuries of the big city. With beautiful land consisting of hilly terrains, streams, and ponds, you can enjoy the picturesque scenery and the small town charm of the area. Randolph is also home to an eclectic array of homes, businesses, and recreational opportunities.

Getting Around in Randolph, MA

Walk Score®
"Somewhat Walkable"
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The average commuter time in Randolph is:
45 to 59 minutes
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  • Time Range
  • 25 to 29 minutes
  • 30 to 34 minutes
  • 35 to 39 minutes
  • Percentage of workers
  • 8.5%
  • 13.6%
  • 3.55%

Belcher House

No matter how much Randolph grows, it remains true to its historical roots and has preserved several places that reflect this. Belcher and his wife Abigail built the Jonathan Belcher House in 1806. The house was later added to by family members and was eventually given to the Ladies Library Association where it was later converted to the Randolph Women’s Club. The Ponkapoag Camp of Appalachian Mountain Club is a historical camp that was built in 1920 and you can enjoy it today. Both places are on the National Historic Register.

Imagination Station

For an ideal place to entertain the little ones, check out Randolph’s Imagination Station. The station was designed to promote physical activities and encourage a healthy lifestyle for children. Built to mimic a jungle expedition, the largest playground in the area has paved walkways, two play structures, and plenty of swings. During the summer months, your kids can splash away with six button-activated sprinklers and a large flower spray. If you are looking for a quieter area, the city’s public schools offer their play structures while school is out of session.

The Randolph Theater

The Randolph Theater Company works to get the community involved in the performing arts. The group consists of local volunteers from all different ages groups. The theater is a division of the Randolph Recreation Department and operates out of Stetson Hall. The theater hosts three shows a year and the productions range from musicals to Broadway-style plays. This venue is the ideal place to spend the evening enjoying a local performance. You can also audition for an upcoming play if you wish to become part of the act and show off your talent.