- TripBuzz found 585 things to do with kids in or near Braintree, Massachusetts, including 577 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Cambridge and Brookline.
- From Simon Kidgits Clubhouse to AMC Theatres, the Braintree area offers 119 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Children's Play Area, Theaters and Parks.
- A suburb of Boston, Braintree is a residential community less than fifteen minutes from the big city. Along with quick access to Boston, residents and tourists can also get to Cape Cod easily from Braintree via Route 3. The city is further known for its large shopping mall; and both Greater Media and Altra Industrial Motion have settled in and call Braintree home.
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It's the only museum like it in the world, making the Top Fun Aviation Toy Museum a one-of-a-kind destination. It features nearly 2,000 flight related toys from around the world, hands on activities, and aviation films.
Massachusetts' Fitchburg Public Library is a quaint, light-filled, historical working library. The library is reputable for its extra helpful service and kids section, complete with iPad stations and story time sessions held weekly.
A children's entertainment center, Bobo's Indoor Playground offers playground equipment, slides, a bounce house, play kitchen and other areas suitable for children. Parties with food and a frog mascot are available as well as bounce house rental and delivery.
The lifeguard-protected Head of the Meadow Beach is best known for its reputation as an ocean graveyard. There have been over 1,000 shipwrecks off the coast of the beach, which is considered a historic site because of this reason.
Visitors can enjoy a 10 screen movie theater that features stadium seating at O'neil Cinemas. This theater also features the new BigD Experience which is an auditorium with a wall to wall 78 by 35 feet screen with digital projection.
A 10-screen movie theater with stadium seating, Apple Tree Cinema displays first-run, feature films using digital projection. The theater features D-BOX motion seating and has a snack bar with food and drinks.