Newton is a big city in Massachusetts and it is only a few miles away from Boston. First it started to out to be a suburb as people from Newton traveled to Boston in less than 20 minutes for work, however, Newton started to grow and many smaller villages were patched to the city. Newton was settled in 1630 and was called The Newe Towne. Later it was incorporated and renamed Newtown to go with the new and more advanced English language. However, in the late 1700s it was named Newton for good. Newton was an agricultural town with lots of mills and water power stations. Things like chocolate, glue, paper and much more were produced here once settlers realized how rich the soil was. Since the turn of the 20th century Newton started to develop very fast and now it is home not only to thousands of people and tons of things to do.
Newton is a great spot to visit all year around. Lots of summer and winter programs await visitors so do not hesitate to visit this lovely city and explore all the good things. To learn more about local history visit Jackson Homestead and Museum which is a small museum located in a large, historical mansion. You can tour the property and learn about the origin of the mansion. The museum focuses on local art and it is good to learn about the history of Newton. Moreover, the McMullen Museum is a super place to see, as it displays lots of European arts from even the 15th and 16th centuries. Newton also offers a great variety of landmarks, such as the John F. Kennedy National Historic Sire where visitors can tour the home of JFK. The guided tour is great to hear lots of stories about the life and times of JFK.
Are you interested in the nature of Newton as well? Check out the Hammond Pond Reservation which is a cool spot all year around. During summer you can fish and hike around the pond, watch wildlife, and take a dip. It is also very beautiful during the fall when all the leaves are different colors and lots of migrating birds gather.
The best area to stay at Newton is Newton Highland where you can be close to landmarks, museums, golf courses, restaurants, and much more. Lots of amenities are a few minutes away and you can access everything on foot or in a car. Vacation rentals in Newton are very popular and you can easily find an excellent vacation rental spot to stay with your family and friends. We offer the largest selection of vacation homes, so if you need a large house for your big group, a cute, little apartment or a comfortable house for your family, do not worry. You will find the perfect place for a great stay, and most of these homes feature full kitchens and laundry amenities, dining and living areas, and multiple bathrooms
In Newton the summers are warm, short, and a little humid. The winters, as any local will tell you, are cold and long. The best time to visit for summer activities is August when the average temperature is 75 degrees and there is very little rain. For winter activities travel after January so it is not that cold anymore but there is plenty of snow for winter sports. The average temperature from June until September is 73 degrees, and after September passes the temperature rapidly drops below 40 degrees. January can be as cold as 20 degrees. You can expect a few inches of rain all year around and there are also a few inches of snow from December until the end of February.
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