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Highfield Hall & Gardens

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Highfield Hall & Gardens

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56 Highfield Dr, Falmouth, MA 02540-2304
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Well now - Highfield Hall seemed like the perfect short activity for someone with an aggravated knee - nice sunken garden, music garden and then a tour of what seems like a lovely house (there is a theater next to the Hall but no performances were scheduled). I took some lovely
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Thanks community of Falmouth for restoring this site. A former great mansion fallen into disrepair is now a beautiful center for art, conferences, nature. When the original owners left the property, it quickly fell into disrepair. The acreage now holds the original beautiful
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This is more a gallery than a museum (all artwork is for sale) but that should not deter a visit. Carefully curated and beautifully displayed in a serene and classy mansion, this is a visit the whole family can enjoy. Outdoor artwork and grounds are particularly enjoyable. Kids,
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This mansion was built in the late 1800's by one the most prominent merchants in Boston. It fell into disrepair and was later saved by the locals and restored to it;s original design. A worthwhile stop.
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We started our visit by looking at the exhibits throughout the 17,800 square foot mansion which is situated on 700 acres high on a hill. There were numerous examples of contemporary rope art by 20 artists. One room was dedicated to the history of the mansion. We found this very
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