- TripBuzz found 237 things to do with kids in or near Nashua, New Hampshire, including 221 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lowell, Manchester, Concord and North Andover.
- From Holman Stadium to Conway Arena, the Nashua area offers 111 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Paintball, Rock Climbing and Amusement Parks (All Ages).
- Originally a leader in the textile industry, the city of Nashua is now a developed residential and commercial business community. As the second largest city in the state, it is home to over 85,000 residents and offers many cultural and recreational attractions. Mine Falls Park and local river trails are popular for their beautiful scenery and premier hiking locations.
Located at Patriot Place, The Nature Trail & Cranberry Bog is owned by the Ocean Spray company, famous for its cranberry products and fruit juices. Visitors are welcome to use the trail, which includes elevated portions that extend over the bogs.
The 75-acre Weir River Farm is a working farm situated amongst fields and pastures surrounded by oak and cedar woods. Visit horses, pigs, cows, chickens and sheep in the barn, or take a walking trail through the woods.
In addition to first-run Hollywood films, Smitty's Cinema features a comprehensive concession stand that offers full meals along with standard movie fare. All screens at the cinema offer 100% digital projection for every movie.
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410 South Street, Randolph, MA 02368 MoreLess Info
Randolph Paintball Indoor Outdoor Fields & Supply has five fields for playing paintball, including a woods course and a netted course for full observation. They also have a course which simulates a Lord of the Rings fortress.
The Old Colony YMCA is a community center and organization primarily specializing in programs for children, young adults, and families. They host summer day camps and sponsor local swim teams and tumbling groups among other activities.
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807 Washington Street, Stoughton, MA 2072 MoreLess Info
Featuring regularly rotating exhibits, South Shore Performing Arts Center has performing arts classes and an art gallery for visitors to enjoy. Visitors can enroll in classes like Japanese bookbinding, digital photography, and watercolor painting.