Fall River is a bayside city with plenty of local attractions in addition to its proximity to hotspots like Boston, Cape Cod and Providence. The city is nestled between several bodies of water, making it a haven for lovers of all things maritime. Those seeking an auspicious location and in-town amenities may want to check out homes for rent in Fall River.
Fans of maritime history and of museums in general have a variety of ways to indulge their curiosity in Fall River. For instance, Battleship Cove is a museum home to a number of seafaring military vessels, while the Fall River Fire Museum documents the story of the city's fire department. Fall River is also home to several destinations of cultural interest, such as the Narrows Center for the Arts and the Fall River Symphony Orchestra. Outside the city, both Boston and Cape Cod are only an hour away, making a night in the city or a day on the beach within short reach for Fall River residents.
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