Introduction to Milton, Massachusetts
Milton, Massachusetts, in Norfolk county, is 3 miles W of Quincy, Massachusetts and 7 miles S of Boston, Massachusetts . The town benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Boston metropolitan area. Milton contains a population of approximately 26,062.
Milton, located between Neponset River and the Blue Hills, was initially a part of Dorchester. The English settlers traveled to Milton in 1620 and began the process of settlement. They permanently settled in the town in 1634. During this time, the community was an agricultural community. They grew barley, Indian corn and rye in Milton.
Milton and nearby Attractions
- Presidents Golf Course
- Forbes House Museum
- Louis R. Levin Memorial Library
- Captain Forbes House Museum
- Lane Playground
- Museum of American China Trade
Things To Do In Milton
Milton offers a wide range of attractions for residents and tourists. You can check out the interesting Captain Forbes House Museum in the city. The museum of American China Trade, Milton Public Library and the Forbes House Museum are attractive places for the culturally inclined.
Boston Logan International is the nearest major Airport.
Milton Higher Education
University Of Massachusetts-Boston offers higher education facilities.