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Marshfield

Located 31 miles south of Boston on the South Shore, Marshfield, named for the salt marshes that border the town, also has 3 rivers that flow through the town. This town was home to the notable figure Daniel Webster and his home is a national historic site. Eight beautiful beaches along the Atlantic coast are all open to the public. Marshfield has a diverse stretch of shops, restaurants and services along Rt. 139 along with other areas in town. Marshfield has five elementary schools, a middle school, and brand new high school. In the summertime, Marshfield hosts the annual Marshfield Fair which attracts visitors from all over the state. Highway access to Boston and Cape Cod is located just over the border in Pembroke or Duxbury, there is bus service to the MBTA in Braintree and commuter train access to Boston is located in the adjacent town of Scituate. The town also has their own municipal airport used for general aviation. Marshfield is surrounded by Scituate, Norwell, Duxbury, Pembroke and the Atlantic Ocean.




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