Shopping in Framingham

Half Off Women's Designer Consignment Apparel

Ashland

$50 $25

Women’s designer consignment rotating selection includes Missoni shirts, Chanel sunglasses, Gucci scarves, and Louis Vuitton wallets

50% Off Custom-Blended Bath Products

Natick Mall

$30 $15

Eco-friendly bath soaps, salt scrubs, and lotions customized with your choice of size, color, and scent

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

Multiple Locations

$149 $24.99

Show off your knowledge of the stacking-bracelets trend by adorning your wrist with a set of three fashionable bracelets

Up to 57% Off Fused-Glass Jewelry Class

Maynard

$75 $35

Fused-glass jewelry class teaches guests to make their own unique artwork, such as earrings, pendants, and dishes

Up to $900 Toward Mattresses at Mattress King USA

Westwood

$600 $299

Competitively priced selection of brand-name mattresses from Simmons and Therapedic; all purchases include a 10-year guarantee

Half Off Vintage and Consignment Apparel at Deja Vu

Newton

$50 $25

Fill your closet with clothes and shoes from top designers such as Gucci, Chanel, Jimmy Choo, and Free People

Up to 67% Off ElliptiGO Rentals

Multiple Locations

$38 $10

Low-impact exercise device combines movement of elliptical machines with road-ready nature of bikes

Up to 54% Off Ski or Snowboard Tuneup or Gear

Brookline Village

$65 $30

Technicians smooth bases and sharpen edges for smooth riding on the slope, and also maintain a range of ski and snowboarding gear

50% Off Adult Toys at Good Vibrations

Coolidge Corner

$50 $25

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Personal and couples massagers, lubricants, and romantic accessories such as massage candles

Half Off Cheerleading Hair Bows

Canton

$20 $10

Custom cheerleading hair bows flaunt cute prints, bright colors, rhinestones, and sequins

Up to 64% Off Tailored Suit or Suit Accessories

Rulls Clothing from Italy

$1,644 $595

Tailors fit patrons with Italian two-piece suits and match them with shirt, two ties and cufflinks, with one included alteration

50% Off

Davis Square

$6 $3

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

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Professional bartenders teach in classrooms set up as fully functioning bars. The facilities present lifelike conditions for students to learn skills such as the proper shake and pour for a variety of cocktails, muddling raw ingredients, and getting the right amount of head on a draft beer. Courses also cover the technical elements of bartending, which may include setting up drink stations, understanding liquor laws and board-of-health requirements, and operating payment systems that accept both credit cards and gold ingots.

271 Worcester Rd
Framingham,
MA
US

Staff members at Performance Nutrition fuse their training in nutrition and fitness with a broad knowledge of the science of protein powders, multivitamins, and nutritional oils. After listening to clients explain their fitness goals, staff members flip through the encyclopedia in their skulls to pick out products—gluten-free supplements, herbal remedies, workout-recovery bars, and more—that match individual needs.

1291 Worcester Rd
Framingham,
MA
US

377 Worcester Rd
Framingham,
MA
US

Garden in the Woods is a 45-acre botanical garden, devoted to the conservation and promotion of native New England plants. Kid-friendly with scavenger hunts. Adult-friendly with guided walking tours Tues-Fri at 10am, Sat-Sun at 2pm.

180 Hemenway Rd
Framingham,
MA
US

Everything Radio Control.

280 Worcester Rd
Framingham,
MA
US

Chocolate changed David and Pam Griffin's lives. David was more than three decades into a manufacturing career, while his wife, Pam, was 16 years deep in a career at a major coffee chain. The two became restless in their respective careers, so they left their jobs and looked for a joint business venture. They both settled on chocolate, inspiring David to begin studying under experienced pastry chef Delphin Gnomes at the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts. He started to create his own chocolate varieties, often incorporating healthy ingredients. In fact, his first creation was a dairy-free dark chocolate topped with pistachio. Pam, meanwhile, wanted to come up with an appropriate name for the business that reflects the catharsis and creativity chocolate can inspire. Hence, Chocolate Therapy was born. Today, the duo continues to produce innovative treats, displaying their decadent oeuvre in their store’s glass display case.

David and Pam can also schedule parties at their store. During the festivities, adults, children, or undercover oompa loompas masquerading as children can tour the chocolate-making facility and discover the secrets behind how the Griffins create their truffles, dipped caramels, and molded chocolates.

60 Worcester Road
Framingham,
MA
US