Introduction to Medway, Massachusetts
Medway, Massachusetts, in Norfolk county, is 9 miles S of Framingham, Massachusetts and 22 miles SW of Boston, Massachusetts. The town is included in the Boston metropolitan area. As of the year 2000 census, 12,448 people lived in Medway.
In Medway, the first settlement bagan taking root in 1657. The city was officially incorporated in 1713. In the western region of Medway, you can locate the historically famous Rabbit Hill, a notable stony pasture still inhabited by many rabbits. Even today, native inhabitants constitute a large percentage of the population.
Medway and nearby Attractions
- Rabbit Hill
- Milk Pond
- Saint Joseph's Cemetery
- Oakland Cemetery
- Christ Episcopal Church
- Breezy Meadow Camp
Things To Do In Medway
The sea beaches located near the city offer a number of relaxing entertainment options to the tourists. There are lush golf clubs and numerous restaurants at Medway. Here, you can also visit the famous Rabbit Hill where you can see a huge number of rabbits.
Boston Logan International is the closest major airport.
Medway Higher Education
Framingham State College offers higher education.