Introduction to Medfield, Massachusetts
Medfield, Massachusetts, in Norfolk county, is 8 miles SE of Framingham, Massachusetts and 17 miles SW of Boston, Massachusetts. Part of the surrounding Boston metro area, Medfield is home to some 12,273 residents.
Medfield is the 43rd town which was incorporated in Massachusetts. Settlers came here during 1649. The boundaries of the city extended into Medway and Millis in the past. Later on, the city got its new boundary. Great damage occurred in the year 1675 when, during an uprising, the natives burnt down the mills and barns.
Medfield and nearby Attractions
- United Church of Christ
- Episcopal Church of the Advent
- First Baptist Church of Medfield
- Vine Lake Cemetery
- Kingsbury Pond
- Medfield Rhodendron Reservation
Things To Do In Medfield
At Medfield, you can go hiking or biking along the nature trails. Fishing opportunity is available in plenty. The remnants of the burnt Peak House is a great tourist spot. The art galleries and museums around Medfield speak of the rich heritage of the area.
Boston Logan International is the nearest major airport
Medfield Higher Education
Wellesley College offers education facilities.