- TripBuzz found 232 things to do with kids in or near Rockport, Massachusetts, including 220 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Salem, Gloucester, Beverly and Lynn.
- From Pirate Ship Formidable to Texas Coast Fly Fishing, the Rockport area offers 113 different types of family activities, including: Nature & Wildlife Areas, Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Located forty miles northeast of Boston is the city of Rockport. Surrounded on three sides by the Atlantic Ocean, the waterfront city is a popular tourist destination, famous for its lobster and prime fishing locations. A scenic strip of old fishermen shacks turned into shops and cafes is one of the most popular spots in the city, as is Thacher's Island, an offshore attraction that features twin lighthouses.
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.
Legends Gymnastics is a facility that strives to advance its students' development in the sport of gymnastics. Competitive teams, open gyms, and birthday party hosting are among the many services provided at the gym.
The Bay Circuit Trail (BCT) is a trail system that links outlying communities, parks and other green space areas. The pathway, used primarily or hiking, is an approximately 200-mile long greenway corridor. The BCT currently connects 57 Boston area communities.
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600 Primrose Street, Haverhill, MA 01830 MoreLess Info
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.
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315 Turnpike Street, North Andover, MA 1845 MoreLess Info
At Rogers Center for the Arts patrons can view art exhibits, listen to poets and other speakers, and watch other events like opera, concerts, dance, film and theater. The center can seat 600 people.
Run by volunteers at the Rye Historical Society, Square House Museum features artifacts from the settlers of the 17th century until present day. The exhibit displays Native American artifacts, Revolutionary War letters, agricultural tools, and more.