Life Care Center of Acton is located just 40 minutes outside of Boston in a historic, small-town setting. Acton's fast-growing population makes the city filled with opportunities. For a day trip, we suggest:
- Located in the center of Acton, the Acton Arboretum consists of more than 50 acres of woods and gardens, including a butterfly garden.
- Walden Pond State Reserve is famous for housing important historic figures. The 2,800-acre reserve has trails, waterfront views and the former residence of Henry David Thoreau.
- The Acton Jazz Café offers live jazz performances and a wide variety of menu options. A menu and schedule are available on their website.
- The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau provides links to attractions, events, hotels and restaurants in and around the city.
- The Old Manse, built for Rev. William Emerson, stands close to where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. It is famous for housing such people as Henry David Thoreau, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Ralph Waldo Emerson.