- TripBuzz found 660 things to do with kids in or near Cambridge, Massachusetts, including 638 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Lowell and Brookline.
- From Charles River to Brattle Theatre, the Cambridge area offers 119 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Bike Paths and Colleges & Universities.
- Just north of Boston, Cambridge is a well-respected community with both Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology making their home in this city. Cambridge's engineering structure includes several squares. These squares make up neighborhoods or districts making it easy for residents and tourists to get around the town. Attractions in Cambridge include several outdoor parks, theaters, music halls and both art and history museums.
Situated on 48-acres, Coggeshall Farm Museum, is a living history farm in Rhode Island. Visitors can roll up their sleeves and learn about the rich agricultural history of the region through hands-on interactions and multi-sensory exhibits.
As one of Bristol's most popular event spaces, the Linden Place Mansion tells the history of the area through grand architecture and beautiful surrounding landscape. The mansion is available for guided walking tours and features a museum store where guests can buy replicated items from inside the home.
Get some fresh air at Independence Park in the seaside town of Bristol. Bring a blanket and food for a picnic lunch, fly a kite, or toss a ball with a four-legged friend. There's even a waterfront path to sit and watch the boats.
Located along the water, Warwick City Park can be used for swimming, baseball, basketball, hiking, biking and bird watching. The park provides beach access, a children's playground, three miles of paved trails, a dog park and picnic areas.
Pedego Electric Bikes Rhode Island offers 500 watt electric bicycles for sale or rent to take on self-guided tours, and have many bikes in their inventory including tandems. Rentals are by the hour or day.
Rhode Island's Warwick Neck Lighthouse is the focal point of coastal Warwick. Its first iteration was a scaffold-and-lantern system erected during the Revolutionary War. This lighthouse remains in operation to this day.
Charmingfare Farm houses a zoo with agricultural animals and North American wildlife, including black bears, wildcats and reindeer. Explore the grounds on a horse-drawn hay or carriage ride, or a winter sleigh ride, learn about farm life at the Dairy Discovery Barn, or hike the site with a llama companion.
Rhode Island's Oakland Beach is located in Warwick. This saltwater beach sits on Greenwich Bay and connects to Narrangansett Bay. Beach features several convenient small-craft launching docks. It is most popular in warm weather, but is open throughout the year.
Located in Bristol, Rhode Island along the Narragansett Bay, the Herreshoff Marine Museum and America's Cup Hall of Fame outlines the history of the America's Cup competition through its maritime displays. A sailing school is also featured at the site.