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Weston is a town in Massachusetts with a population of 12,000 (2020). Weston is the most affluent place in Massachusetts and one of the most affluent in the United States. It is home to Regis College.

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  • 1 Golden Ball Tavern Museum, 662 Boston Post Road, +1 781-894-1751. Jan-Nov second Sundays 1-3PM. Built in 1768 as a travelers' inn, today traces the 200-year history of the Jones family. Golden Ball Tavern (Q5579175) on Wikidata Golden Ball Tavern on Wikipedia
  • Spellman Museum, 241 Wesley Street, +1 781-768-8367. Th-Su noon-5PM. Browse over two million items at the Cardinal Spellman Museum Of Stamps And Postal History. $8. Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History (Q7575906) on Wikidata Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History on Wikipedia


  • Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course, 190 Park Road, +1 781-894-4903. Apr-Nov 6AM-sunset daily. This 18 hole gold course is owned by the state. Offers a driving range, a proshop, and lessons.
  • Weston Friendly Society, 11 Townhouse Rd (Weston Town Hall), +1 857-267-1880. Second oldest community theatre company in Massachusetts, boasting U.S. President William Howard Taft as a former player. $25-30.
  • Weston Ski Track, 190 Park Road, +1 617-965-5110. Seasonally 10AM-6PM daily. Cross-country ski and snowshoe course includes snow making and 9 mi (14 km) of groomed trails 20% lighted for night skiing. Lessons available.





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Routes through Weston
PeabodyWaltham  N  S  NewtonCanton
WorcesterNatick  W  E  NewtonBoston
WorcesterWayland  W  E  WalthamBoston
FitchburgLincoln  NW  SE  WalthamBoston

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