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Subaru Deals 16 minutes from North Attleboro, MA
Directions from North Attleboro, MA:
  • Get on I-295 S
  • Take exit for RI-146 N towards Woonsocket
  • Follow RI-146 N to North Smithfield
  • Anchor Subaru will be on your left

Woodcock Garrison House in North Attleboro Woodstock Garrison House

Interesting facts about North Attleboro, MA:

  • The Woodcock-Garrison house in North Attleboro was used as sleeping quarters for George Washington on his army's march to Boston to rid the city of General Thomas Gage's troops. The Town of Attleborough was incorporated from this territory in 1694.
  • Spurred by American Civil War orders for badges and medals. North Attleboro was producing more buttons than anywhere else in the United States.
  • North Attleboro was once the home to jewelry firms Jostens, the world's largest class ring manufacturer and the Balfour Company, prominent maker of championship rings including for the National Football League's Super Bowl champions and Major League Baseball's World Series' winners.
North Attleboro, MA Areas of Interest:

  • Falls Pond: Located at 98 Metters Street is a great place for shoreline fishing. Falls Pond consists of two impoundments that originally supplied power for clothing manufacturers and other industries back in the day.
  • Powder House: This unique structure was erected circa 1768 and was used for "keeping the town stock of ammunition." North Attleborough"s Old Powder House saw service during the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812.
  • The Falls Fire Barn Museum, also known as the Falls Fire Station No. 2 is a historic fire station on Commonwealth Avenue in North Attleboro. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as "Fire Barn" in 1982.