- TripBuzz found 600 things to do with kids in or near Marblehead, Massachusetts, including 586 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Gloucester and Cambridge.
- From Devereaux Beach to Chandler Hovey Park, the Marblehead area offers 114 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Parks, Historic Homes and Movie Theaters.
- Located on coastal New England, Marblehead, Massachusetts is settled in Essex County with a population of just under 20,000 residents. The city, a rocky peninsula in the Massachusetts Bay, is also settled on the coast of Salem Harbor. The waterfront settlement defines the community's natural scenery and maintains the city's emphasis on coastal commercialism.
A small rock outcropping located in scenic Marblehead Harbor, Crowninshield Island features a hiking trail loop that provides stunning views of the harbor all around. The island is a nice spot for picnics and wildlife viewing.
SUP East Coast Style provides for all paddleboarding needs including lessons, guided and group tours, equipment rentals, apparel and instruction in paddleboard yoga and fitness. They also provide surfing gear and instruction.
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115 Derby Street, Salem, MA 01970 MoreLess Info
The House of the Seven Gables is an original colonial mansion dating back to late 17th-century which operates as a local museum today featuring restored period furnishings and a variety of other artifacts.
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193 Derby Street, Salem, MA 01970 MoreLess Info
Featuring a 171-foot, three masted ship reconstruction, Salem Maritime National Historic Site offers visitors a variety of ship related tours. Visitors can also explore a walk through museum detailing the history of sailing in the 18th century.
Schooner FAME of Salem is a full scale replica of a privateer schooner of the War of 1812. The schooner is host to historical narration involving the shaping of the United States northern shore, and can be reserved for private charters, parties and special events.
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery is a local monster museum which features the private collection of James Lurgio comprising of around 50 different characters spanning the history of horror in Hollywood movies. Besides the full-sized replicas, the gallery also houses many movie props.
Guests can board a full length pirate ship and explore an 80 foot cave as part of the New England Pirate Museum which brings the 1690s to life. Artifacts from sunken ships and pirate treasures form the bulk of the displayed collections.