Welcome to Framingham
The City of Framingham is 20 miles west of Boston. In 2014 Framingham High School was ranked #25 by U.S. News & World Report‘s Best High Schools in MA, and in 2012 was placed #36 in CNN Money magazine’s Best Places to Live in the U.S. With nearly 72,362 residents, Framingham is the hub of MetroWest.
Framingham’s Routes 30 and 9 have extensive shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. There's also an abundance of outdoor recreation to fit most interests including Callahan State Park offering miles of walking, biking, and horse trails, Garden in the Woods, and golf at Framingham Country Club private course. It's also home to the Danforth Museum of Art, Amazing Things Art Center, two public libraries, Framingham State University, and MassBay Community College. The Earth Day Festival, Concerts on the Common, Framingham Farmers Markets, Flag Day Parade, Farm Pond Fall Festival, Annual Tree Lighting at Nevins Hall, Framingham Auxiliary Police Holiday Craft Fair, Framingham History Center Annual House Tour, and Taste of MetroWest are just a few of the events that Framingham residents look forward to each year.
The MBTA Commuter rail has a station in Framingham with parking available.