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Living in Foxborough, Massachusetts:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Foxborough, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Foxborough what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:


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Every June, Founder’s Day comes along. It starts with a parade and ends in the park, where there is a multitude of activities to do including face paint, rock climbing, horse riding, ride on a train, and more. Many people from neighboring towns like Norwood and Walpole come to these events. You can either participate in the parade or you can stay on the sidelines and watch the parade.

Many families love Foxborough because it’s a nice and quiet town, family-oriented, with a decent high school. There are had mini-concerts on Thursdays every summer in the rotary, movie nights every Wednesday in summer, and the local townspeople try their hardest to include all children in their events. On Founders Day was always my favorite the entire town comes together to watch a parade. You can walk to Stop and Shop, events, Walgreens, Dunkin Donuts, Omega Pizza, DQs, CVS, Subway, even school.

Bernard, says: 2020

Foxborough is most known for Gillette Stadium and every time it is football season, it never fails to bring up traffic and the number of people in Foxborough. If you live in the right area, in the heart of Foxboro, then it is mostly peace and quiet. Foxborough is home of the Patriots, home to Gillette Stadium, home to some of the richest people, home to the drug dealers, the druggies, the alcoholics, the addicts, the involvers, the community, the excitement, and the majority.

Andrew, says: 2020

Foxborough, Massachusetts, is the home of the Patriots. The Stadium is there and Tom Brady lived and grew up there. Foxborough contains a hair salon, three parks, a middle school, high school, and elementary school, CVS, Walgreens, Stop and Shop, Dairy Queen, Omega Pizza, Dunkin Donuts, and Subway. There have been many little shops, though not all of them took off. Every summer on Thursdays, they would make contracts with different people for bands to play in the rotary. There were stands with face paint and snacks.

Heather, says: 2020

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