- 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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Lower Shawmut Terrace, off Prindiville Avenue, Framingham, MA 01702 MoreLess Info
Open to the public in summer, Learned Beach is situated on a pond and has a lifeguard monitored swim area. The pond has several walking trails that loop by the beach and the surrounding forest.
Kennebunk Beach is divided into three parts; 750-foot long Mother's Beach with playground, 1320 Middle Beach with summer cottages and hotels, 3300-foot long Gooth's Beach for swimming and sand castle building. Visitors need a parking permit available at City Hall to park near the beaches.
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Allerton Street, Plymouth, MA 02360 MoreLess Info
National Monument to the Forefathers, formerly called the Pilgrim Monument, is the third tallest statue in the country and supposedly, the world's largest solid granite structure. It was built in 1889 in memory of the first settlers here who were called Pilgrims or Forefathers.
Whale watching and full service meals galore on Pilgrim Belle Cruises, where Plymouth Harbor comes to life with dance parties and live acts. Ideal for birthday parties, family reunions, get togethers and corporate outings.
120 Water Street, Plymouth, MA 02360 MoreLess Info
The Plymouth Night Tour offers thrills and chills on this nightly adventure that takes visitors on a hunt for paranormal happenings. The
Brewster Gardens, also known as Elder Brewster Gardens, is a local park which runs along the length of the Town Brook. It contains numerous walking trails as well as a bronze statue ad a steel scuplture dedicated to the Pilgrims.
Established in 1824, Pilgrim Hall Museum is America's oldest functioning public museum which features a collection of authentic Pilgrim artifacts such as paintings, portraits, weapons, furniture and much more.
Led by paranormal investigators, Dead of Night Ghost Tours offers a variety of tours focused on Plymouth's history and lore. Tours include a daytime historic tour, a lantern-lit ghost tour, and a scavenger hunt tour.