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Wellesley is part of the greater Boston area and one of the most prosperous and affluent towns in Massachusetts (it ranks #2 in the nations for residents with advanced degrees). It's also a town full of history, opportunity and excitement. Wellesley Town Hall is a key attraction that exhibits the exceptional architectural style of Richardsonian Romanesque. Cottage Street is a designated historic district with many houses dating back to the 1860s. Though Wellesley retains much of its historical architectural design, it is continuing to expand and reconstruct to become more modern. Recent projects include restoration of the Wellesley Country Club clubhouse, restoring a 1960’s strip mall into Linden Square, a shopping district with unique local stores, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Wellesley College, founded in 1870, is a nationally respected college for women and has a strikingly beautiful campus. Another popular town attraction is Blue Ginger, regarded as the best restaurant of the town. Diners can enjoy mouth-watering meals of east and west cultures and has a superb drink menu. A town must-do is attending the Wellesley’s Wonderful Weekend. It is an annual weekend long celebration in May that includes pancakes, town politicians, military re-enactments, and ends with a firework show. In April of each year, the Boston Marathon runners run through more than three miles of the course in Wellesley. Town residents love to watch and cheer on the runners. Wellesley public schools are regarded as some of the best in the state and nationally.
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