Marlborough is served by Interstate 495, which travels north/south, and Interstate 290, which starts in Marlborough and travels west towards Worcester. Those traveling from the Boston area can either use Interstate 90 to access Route 9 or Route 20 or just take one of those routes the entire way. Marlborough is also accessible via Route 85 from the north or south.
There are three airports within reasonable distance of Marlborough. The first, Logan Airport (BOS) in Boston, is usually the most frequented by those traveling to and from Marlborough. The others include T.F Green Airport (PVD) in Warwick, RI as well as Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) in Manchester, NH.
Major bus companies such as Greyhound and Megabus operate in nearby Worcester, as well as in Boston. The Metrowest Regional Transit Authority also runs a shuttle with limited service to the surrounding area.
John Brown Bell, Main Street (At the intersection of Route 85 and Main Street.). Sunrise till Sunset. A bell once held in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, this bell was confiscated by Union troops from Marlborough on the eve of the Civil War and never returned. Ownership of the bell remains a controversy to this day. Free. edit
Spring Hill Cemetary, Springhill Ave (Off of Main Street, near the John Brown Bell). Sunrise untill Sunset. One of the oldest cemeteries in the regional, containing remains that go as far back as the 17th Century and includes Revolutionary War veterans. edit
Regal Solomon Pond Stadium 15, 591 Donald Lynch Boulevard (Behind the mall), ☎ (508) 229-8871. Multi-theater cinema, located near the Marlborough/Berlin line. edit
Ghiloni Park (Concord Street Park), 259 Concord Rd. Dawn till Dusk. 'One can spend a beautiful day in the Concord Street Park (referred to as "Ghiloni Park" by local residents). There are soccer fields, a softball field, basketball courts, and a walking track. The track is popular for joggers and bicyclers. In the summer, an ice cream truck comes daily to satisfy people's cravings for ice cream in the park.edit
Marlborough Country Club, 200 Concord Road, ☎ (508) 485-1660. 7:30-Dark. A par 71, Marlborough Country Club has been open since the 1920's. It is available to the public on Mondays and Tuesdays. MCC is also available for weddings and other large events. edit
Price Chopper, 240 East Main Street, ☎ (508) 480-0109. Open 24 hours. Features a lounge and floral shop. edit
Solomon Pond Mall, Donald Lynch Boulevard. This tends to be the place for many people from Marlborough and nearby cities to go to. One can shop in the various stores or watch movies in the Regal Cinemas attached to the mall. This is a popular destination for people to spend their day.edit
Strange Brew, 416 Boston Post Road East, ☎ (508) 460-5050. Supplies for wine, beer and cider making. Offering starter kits, hops, malt and adjuncts, yeast, flavorings, books, and equipment.edit
Lazy Dog Sports Bar and Bistro, 31 Main Street, ☎ (508) 229-2254. Mon-Sun 11am–2am. Featuring typical Sports bar food. Full bar. edit
Stephen Anthony's Restaurant, 999 Boston Post Road, ☎ (508) 460-9618. Mon-Thu 7am–9pm Fri-Sat 7am–10pm Sun 7am–3pm. Started as breakfast/lunch place in 1986 before expanding to dinner services in 1998. Famous for their sausage. edit
Jake's Restaurant & Coffee Shop, 30 Main Street, ☎ 508) 480-0414. Tue-Sat 6 am - 2 pm Sun 7 am - 1 pm. Open for Breakfast/Lunch. Cash only.edit
Kennedy's, 247 Maple Street, ☎ (508) 481-8050. Mon-Sat 10am–7pm Sun Closed. Casual dining with an English pub atmosphere. edit