About Milton MA
Milton is a South Shore town located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. It is a close-knit community with easy access to Boston, ideal for weekend visits and commuters. Only a 10-minute drive to Boston from East Milton, residents take advantage of Boston's cultural attractions and business opportunities while appreciating a peaceful suburban lifestyle. Milton is made up of a few communities, including East Milton and Lower Mills.
Things to Do in Milton
The Neponset River, which flows from the Massachusetts Bay, borders Milton to the north and provides residents with scenic water views and water recreation. Hike, bike, walk, and more at natural spots like Houghton's Pong and Turners Pond. Blue Hills Reservation is another natural attraction that gives residents a chance to get outside. Year-round, Blue Hills Reservation is a great spot for hiking, biking, and more.
A popular point of interest is the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory, the oldest continually-operated weather observatory in the United States. The Forbes Museum is a historical mansion with views of the Boston skyline that celebrates the history of an American, entrepreneurial family. Walk the grounds and take in the collection of 19th century Chinese porcelain, paintings, and other items. Milton also has a variety of seasonal events that bring residents and out-of-town visitors together. Celebrate Milton is a yearly event held yearly and celebrates and promotes the diversity of Milton. Throughout the summer is the Milton Parks and Recreation Summer Concert Series. Held at the Baron Hugo Gazebo on the Town Green at Town Hall, these concerts celebrate the town and local artists starting at 6:00 pm on Wednesdays.
Milton public schools have an outstanding reputation. Residents take advantage of top-education, as well as the option to attend private institutions. View all Milton schools below:
- Public Schools
- Private Schools
- Higher Education
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