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There are unlimited amounts of places to visit near Mansfield Airport! Below is a select few of the most popular local attractions and nearby destinations. If you think we missed something, please give us a call! We'd love to talk.

Local Attractions

Comcast Center

From today’s most popular artists to yesterday’s big names, the variety of performers who visit the Comcast Center will entertain fans of every genre.

Less than 2 miles from the airport, the Comcast Center seats 19,900 fans in an amphitheatre setting. There are few better things to do on a warm summer night than attending your favorite singer’s concert in Mansfield. For ticket information, please visit Live Nation.

Gillette Stadium

Home of the New England Patriots and New England Revolution, Gillette Stadium is a sports lover’s haven. Seating nearly 69,000 fans, the stadium is only 15 minutes from the Mansfield Airport.

Whether you visit for a big football game or just want to dine at one of the great restaurants, there is something for everyone. While you are there, check out the new Patriot Place Mall featuring well-known brand stores. .

Wrentham Village Premium Outlets

Wrentham Village Premium Outlets as an exciting collection of 170 designer outlet stores from the world leading brand names. The outlets are just 8 miles down the road from 1B9.

Tourists flock to Wrentham to grab discounts and deals offered daily. For more information and to see a store directory please visit the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets website.

Tournament Player's Club - Boston

At TPC Boston, remarkable championship golf marks the beginning of an outstanding PGA Tour experience. Originally designed by Arnold Palmer, the course was updated in 2007 by celebrated architect Gil Hanse, earning the distinction of the year’s “Best Private Remodel” from Golf Digest.

The scenic New England landscape offers lush fairways traversing through rolling hills – an idyllic backdrop to the Deutsche Bank Championship. TPC Boston is located in Norton, just 2 miles from the airport! .

Nearby Destinations

Martha's Vineyard (1B2 and MVY)

Katama Airpark (1B2) is located on the southern corner of Martha’s Vineyard, approximately 50 air miles from 1B9. Katama is an excellent choice to get a meal, go to the beach, or spend the day in Edgartown. It even counts as cross country time! There are three grass runways and the on-field airport is open for breakfast and lunch. You can park less than 50 feet from the beach!

Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY) is the other terminal on the island, located centrally. It has paved strips and also supports commercial traffic from two airlines. General aviation is also welcome. There is a nice restaurant on the field open for meals.

Block Island (BID)

Block Island Airport is located 10 miles off the coast of Rhode Island. It is approximately 55 air miles from 1B9, also qualifying as cross country time. Block Island is a great destination for the day or the whole weekend. The airport has one asphalt runway 2500 feet in length. You can rent a moped and see the entire island in one day. If you plan to spend the night, please call ahead to reserve a spot at one of the many bed and breakfast facilities.

Note: This is an uncontrolled field and can be quite busy during the summer months.

Nantucket (ACK)

The Nantucket Memorial Airport has three strips ranging from 3000 feet to over 6000 feet. The airport is known to be the second busiest airport in Massachusetts after Boston’s Logan Airport. Much like other nearby island destinations, you can expect to enjoy beaches, bicycle or moped rentals, and plenty of bed and breakfast locations.

Rockland, Maine (RKD)

Rockland or Knox County Regional Airpark is located on the coast of Maine. The airport is approximately 170 air miles from 1B9, so it makes for a nice trip. This is a great destination for those looking to explore the Maine coast, visit Rockland, or see the Owl’s Head Transportation Museum located on the field. The airport offers three asphalt runways.

Provincetown (PVC)

Found on the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is known for its beaches, harbor, artists, and tourist destinations. The airport is serviced by Cape Air and is always open to general aviation on its paved runway. Low flying in the vicinity of the town may reveal whales that are commonly found in nearby waters. If you are looking for a refreshing Cape Cod vacation, look no further than Provincetown.