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“The Poet's Seat Tower is a peaceful escape.”
Review of Poet's Seat Tower

Ranked #1 of 15 things to do in Greenfield
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Saint Albans, Vermont
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239 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 57 helpful votes
“The Poet's Seat Tower is a peaceful escape.”
Reviewed 27 July 2011

Nestled atop Mountain Road in Greenfield, MA, the Poet's Seat Tower is a historic stone structure that offers grand charm and magnificent views. You can part at the entrance and enjoy a brief uphill hike along the wooded road -- or you can slowly traverse the road and park at the tower. It is a peaceful escape that is worth seeking out.

Visited July 2011
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Woburn, Massachusetts
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“Poet Seat Tower”
Reviewed 16 December 2010

I love this tower. You can see from miles from the top. It actually inspired the opening scene in my first book titled "Asylum". I recommend a picnic there for anyone who loves a good view with their meal!

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