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Located only an hour from Boston in Paxton, Anna Maria College is a Catholic institution of higher learning, and offers a rich cultural experience, including a beautifully renovated 19th century concert hall, the New England Science Center, a 270-acre wildlife sanctuary, and the Worcester Centrum where sporting events take place. In addition, the college is located near Worcester, the second-largest city in New England. The campus is spread over 180 acres, and the area around it provides for many outdoor activities, such as boating, swimming, and skiing. Within two hours from the campus are the beaches of Cape Cod, Maine and New Hampshire, and the mountain ranges of New Hampshire and Vermont.

Location: 50 Sunset Ln, Paxton Massachusetts 01612 Telephone 508-849-3300

Other Education nearby:
(Springfield) American International College
(Amherst) Amherst College
(Paxton) Anna Maria College
(Boston) Art Institute Of Boston
(Worcester) Assumption College
(Babson Park) Babson College

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