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Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge is a sprawling forest area, that doubles up as a recreational park. Covering over 1,667 acres (674.6 hectares), the park boasts a diverse eco-system, amongst which are several protected species of birds and animals. The park is famed bird-watching site with a number of waterfowl, wading birds, raptors and shorebirds. Its several trails and trek routes are perfect choices for those looking to leave the urban world for a while, and explore the vast wilderness. Officials also organize regular nature tours and awareness programs within the forest.
A historically prominent Gothic Revival-style house in Harvard, Massachusetts, the Still River Baptist Church is a famous tourist landmark for locals and tourists alike. This historic building is home to the elite Harvard Historical Society. It also accommodates the highly acclaimed Harvard Historical Society Museum and its huge repertoire of books and archival collections. Previously known as the Still River Meetinghouse, this historic house was built in 1832 by the Still River Baptist Society to host weekly prayer and worship services. The house and church were enlisted into the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Fruitlands Museum is a group of museums that constitute the Fruitlands farmhouse that was a mascot for the ideas of communal living by means of individual sovereignty, started in the State by Amos Alcott and Charles Lane. There's also the Shakers' Museum, the Native American Museum tracing the origins and first people of America, and their life and culture, and an Art Museum displaying landscape paintings of the Hudson River School, and the Wayside Visitor Centre, for knowledge regarding the environs and geology of the Fruitlands.