This is the map from 2019, we will update the map soon.
Cuddy Court. – Cuddy Court, Attleboro, MA 02703. Cuddy Court is featuring artists including Jess Tracey who will do a tour and have open studio hours during the festival.
2. Attleboro Public Library – 74 N Main St, Attleboro, MA 02703. The Library will host programming. The Library is wheelchair accessible.
3. Balfour Riverwalk Park – 74 N Main St, Attleboro, MA 02703. The Balfour Riverwalk Park will have the vendors, a children’s activity area, a beer garden, musical performances, and variety acts. The Riverwalk is wheelchair accessible and a great place to picnic!
4. Attleboro Area Industrial Museum – 42 Union St # 2, Attleboro, MA 02703, The museum will be open during the festival hours of 10am-4pm and will host programming, tinkerbots, musical, and variety acts. The museum itself is also open to visitors and is a wonderful gem of the industrial history of the Attleboroughs. Walking around on your own is free but please ask staff about the cost of a tour! The museum is wheelchair accessible.
5. Centenary Untied Methodist Church – 15 Sanford St, Attleboro, MA 02703. Centenary United Methodist Church has been serving the area for over 150 years and is the oldest Methodist church in Attleboro. It is home to the Hebron Food Pantry, which helps low income people in the greater Attleboro area. The church is wheelchair accessible and will be serving food and hosting tea parties and programming.
Attleboro Public Library lot
75 N. Main Street
Mullaney Twins Memorial Parking Area
5 S. Main Street
Gilbert Perry Square
The intersection of Park and Pleasant
Union Street lot across from Industrial Museum
32 Union Street
Judith H. Robbins Riverfront Park
Riverfront Drive – onstreet parking
Every venue has bathrooms located inside. See our accessibility page for information on wheelchair accessible bathrooms. There will also be port-a-potties located near the Balfour Riverwalk Park.