A lovely afternoon spent wandering around the grounds of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Just a short drive from Boston to the woodsy town of Lincoln, Massachusetts. The deCordova was established in 1950 and is set on 30 acres of rolling hills. At any given time there about 60 works of art on display. You can meander about at your own pace. Such a treat to have this museum in my backyard. A nice reminder to explore what is around you.
Be sure to check out the website for updates on new installations and fun activities. The park is open everyday from 10-5. There is cafe to grab a light bite and a well curated gift shop to find a souvenir. deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is certainly a highlight of this area but there are also other lovely historical towns and places to explore within a short drive of the park. Walden Pond certainly comes to mind.