Introduction to Milford, Massachusetts
Milford, Massachusetts, in Worcester county, is 10 miles SW of Framingham, Massachusetts (center to center) and 27 miles SW of Boston, Massachusetts The town is conveniently located inside the Boston metropolitan area. There are an estimated 26,799 people in Milford.
The first group of settlers moved to Milford in 1662. The city was officially recognized in the year 1780. Since then, Milford has shown rapid growth.
Milford and nearby Attractions
- Fun Zone
- Skate Palace
- Milford Country Club
- Quarry Square Shopping Center
- Hayward Field
- Unitarian Church
Things To Do In Milford
The city offers an excellent base to enjoy the magnificence of nature. You can go for a short boat trip through the streams and creeks of the city. The tourists and residents can visit the churches, hotels, and parks of the city to spend their leisure hours. You can also pay a visit to the shopping centers of the city if you want to collect souvenirs.
Boston Logan International is the closest major airport.
Milford Higher Education
Along with Framingham State College, the local institution of higher learning, many online colleges offer degree programs to students in Milford.