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Ludlow (Massachusetts)

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Ludlow (Massachusetts)

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Ludlow is a town in Massachusetts.


Get in[edit]

  • I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike), Exit 7

Get around[edit]

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Lupa Zoo[1] - A small private zoo, including monkeys, bears, and farm animals. Open April to November. $9.50 adults, $6 children. 545 West St.

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Soccer: Ludlow is famous for its soccer, so catch a game from the Western Mass Pioneers or Western Mass Lady Pioneers professional soccer teams. The Pioneers play in the USL Second Division while the Lady Pioneers compete in the USL W-League. Both teams play at Lusitano Stadium (400 Windsor St.) $9 adults, $6 children.

Festa at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church[2]. An annual community and religious festival over Labor Day weekend. It celebrates the religious and Portuguese community. They have live concerts and fair rides. The food is great!

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The Portuguese food in Ludlow is definitely worth a try!

  • Primavera Cafe Restaurant, 257 East St. 11AM-9:30PM. Amazing Portuguese food with a selection of wines to match.  edit
  • Mateus Restaurant, 14 Worcester St. Great Portuguese food, with a good bar attached.  edit
  • Ludlow Central Bakery, 270 East St. A local bakery with traditional Portuguese breads and pastries.  edit

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Get out[edit]

  • Springfield - the area's largest city and the Pioneer Valley's cultural and economic center features numerous events and tourist attractions, including the Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield Armory and 735-acre Forest Park.
  • Agawam - Across the Connecticut River from Springfield, it features Six Flags New England.
  • West Springfield - Across the Connecticut River from Springfield, it features New England's collective state fair, The Big E.
  • Blandford Ski Area - Phone: +1 413-848-2860, E-mail: [email protected] Run by the Springfield Ski Club, this small area focuses on teaching skiing and snowboarding.
  • Amherst - Home of the Emily Dickinson Museum, the National Yiddish Book Center, Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, UMASS Amherst, Amherst College, and Hampshire College.
  • Northampton - A nationally known bohemian college town and LGBT mecca. Home to Smith College.

Routes through Ludlow
SpringfieldChicopee  W noframe E  → Rest area → PalmerWorcester

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