Located in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Bulger Veterinary Hospital is just a stone’s throw away, or train ride, from Boston. Whether Boston is referred to as “Beantown” or the “Hub of the Universe,” there’s no better place to call home. Lawrence is part of the Merrimack Valley, giving its residents an array of entertainment options from small downtown shopping, beach going, or a night out in the big city to catch a Red Sox game or dinner in the North End.
Living in the “Hub of the Universe”
Dedicated to higher learning and educational advancement? Eager to soak up rich national lore? Yearning to get lost in the woods? Craving a diverse cultural and nightlife scene? The Greater Boston area provides it all.
- College life
- Home to well over 60, universities, and community colleges, including the oldest institution of higher learning in the U.S.—Harvard University, Boston is full of educated people. It’s also full of ice cream shops and farm stands!
- Thousands of college students and an abundance of young professionals means there are plenty of local establishments for eating and drinking the night away. Choose from a wealth of classic sports bars, tried-and-true dining establishments, and food trucks in the summer, near the harbor in Boston.
- Outdoor life
- Weir Hill is crisscrossed by four miles of hiking trails that will lead you to stunning views overlooking Merrimack Valley and the western shoreline of Lake Cochichewick. Fertile land rich in agricultural history, this varied landscape allows many threatened and watch-listed plants to grow.
- The New England Aquarium features more than 20,000 fish and aquatic animals, comprising more than 550 species. Visitors delight in handling crabs, starfish, and urchins in the Edge of the Sea touch tank. Be sure to catch the harbor seals performance and sign up for a whale-watching tour in the Boston Harbor.
- Historical life
- The USS Constitution, or Old Ironsides, is the oldest commissioned ship in the United States Navy. Open to visitors, exploration and learning about the ship’s history is permitted on its decks. It is still crewed by Navy personnel.
- Bunker Hill Monument and Museum is part of the Boston National Historical Park, brimming with our nation’s history. The first battle of the American Revolution is marked by the 221-foot-tall monument, standing proudly at the site of the Battle of Bunker Hill.
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