- TripBuzz found 456 things to do with kids in or near Haverhill, Massachusetts, including 444 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Salem, Lowell, Gloucester and Beverly.
- From Ski Bradford to Cedarland Fun Center, the Haverhill area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Family Fun Center, Skating Rinks and Bowling.
- Originally a farming community through the 18th and 19th centuries, the city of Haverhill is now a thriving residential and tourist community located on the Merrimack River. The historical museums and homesteads, as well as recreational water sports on the river, are the most popular draw for visitors to the area.
The Ski Bradford resort area offers freestyle recreation and winter resort activities. Weeknight ski sessions, ski and snowboard programs and top-of the line rental equipment is available for groups, ski team racers and individuals partaking in the winter sports season.
A family entertainment center, Cedarland Fun Center features a climbing wall, an overhead rope course and two 18-hole miniature golf courses. The center also provides batting cages, party hosting and a concession area with food and drinks.
Checkered Flag Indoor Karting is an indoor kart racing facility that has electric karts operating up to 30MPH for experienced racers and up 18MPH for younger racers. They also have a Mini Cup Track for racers 4-9 years old.
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Pilgrim Lanes and Funtime Arcade in Haverhill, Massachusetts takes bowling and turns it on its head, specializing in candlepin bowling. With a unique style, improved technologies, extensive seating, and a large arcade make any family fun night one for the books.
Chunky's Cinema Pub is a combination movie theater and restaurant. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Chunky's features a gluten-free menu. Movies are first-run Hollywood fare for the most part, with occasional sporting events and special features.
Originally constructed in 1757, Tattersall Farm is a 150 acre farm donated to the city by the Tattersall family. Meticulously preserved, the farm is open to visitors, and features a collection of 19th century art as well as hiking trails.