- TripBuzz discovered 119 different types of activities for couples in the Concord area, including Historic Homes (like The Old Manse), Theaters (like Friends of the Performing Arts Inc Concord), National & State Parks (like Minute Man National Historical Park) and Bike Paths (like Bruce Freeman Rail Trail), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 570 date ideas in or near Concord, Massachusetts, including 549 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Cambridge and Lowell.
The site where Rhode Island patriots took military action against the British in 1772, Pawtuxet Village, has preserved the history and charm of yesteryear. With dozens of historic sites and homes within walking distance, bring your family today and experience the history.
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Bullock's Point Ave., East Providence, RI MoreLess Info
The Loof Carousel at Crescent Park was built in 1895 by renowned carousel creator, Charles I.D. Loof. Featuring 62 hand-carved figures, chariots, and stunning glassware and mirrors, this carousel is designated as a National Historic Landmark.
Founded in 1994, Smuttynose Brewing produces its own year-round and seasonal beers including pumpkin, pale, wheat and brown ales. The brewery offers guided tours with information about the brewing process and complimentary beer samples.
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701 Bullocks Point Avenue, East Providence, RI 02915 MoreLess Info
Situated along Narragansett Bay, Rose Larisa Memorial Park measures 10 acres and features an amphitheater as well as views of the bay. The park provides picnic tables, benches, a shelter and a trail suitable for walking.
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700 Bullocks Point Avenue, East Providence, RI 02915 MoreLess Info
Crescent Park Looff Carousel is an old time carousel that was originally built over a century ago. The Blount Clam Shack, which serves chowder and clam cakes, is located just outside the carousel.
A loop trail through the wilderness, Tantiusques is a moderate hiking challenge that stretches about one and a half miles. The trail leads past an old lead mine that was originally used by Native Americans, and subsequently by European settlers.
Overlooking the Narragansett Bay, the Salter Grove Memorial Park is a public park that offers a number of amenities and scenic views to its visitors. These include a public boat ramp as well as a number of picnic areas.