- 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.
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51 Walden Street, Concord, MA 1742 MoreLess Info
Run by the Friends of the Performing Arts organization, The Performing Arts Center at 51 Walden hosts performances from its resident orchestra. The center has a dance studio where visitors can sign up for classes like swing dancing and ballet.
Situated along Salmon Falls River, Vaughn Woods State Park is a forested area located on 250 acres. The park provides picnic areas and over 3 miles of trails suitable for hiking along the river and in the woods.
Discover more than just books at the Concord Free Public Library. There's no other public library in the country that can provide as much insight into history as this one due to its close distance from many important historical locations.
Stretching from the Boston Harbor and along the Charles River, the Charles River Reservation is a linear park that covers approximately 20 miles. Water recreation is popular at the reservation, including canoeing, sailing, and rowing.
Commonwealth Figure Skating Club provides instruction, practice and advancement in moves in the field, free skating, pair skating, dancing, synchronized skating and all types of figure skating. CFSC also assists in the production of figure skating competitions, exhibitions or shows.
A 1785 Georgian mansion, the Hamilton House was built strategically upon a bluff that overlooks the Salmon Falls River. It was a great location for owner Johnathan Hamilton, a shipping magnate to oversee his business from above. Get to check out the well-manicured gardens too.