- TripBuzz found 650 things to do with kids in or near Waltham, Massachusetts, including 634 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Lowell and Cambridge.
- From Veterans Memorial Skating Rink to Embassy Cinema, the Waltham area offers 119 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Parks, Movie Theaters and Other Entertainment.
- Waltham, MA is less than half an hour from the heart of Boston and is nicknamed 'Watch City' for its impressive watch productions and improvements in manufacturing. Waltham was a major force in the American Industrial Revolution and took the first steps in industrial city planning, shaping the nation to this day.
Get some fresh air at Independence Park in the seaside town of Bristol. Bring a blanket and food for a picnic lunch, fly a kite, or toss a ball with a four-legged friend. There's even a waterfront path to sit and watch the boats.
Lake Contoocook Public Beach is a beach off the coast of Lake Contoocook. The beach is open to the public and is known to be relatively uncrowded. The lake is suitable for fishing and lunch stands can be found nearby.
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Consisting of 84 acres of land, Heins Farm Conservation Area Trail System has three trails for visitors to hike on. The trails lead visitors through the surrounding grassland. In total, the trails are about 5 miles long.
Pedego Electric Bikes Rhode Island offers 500 watt electric bicycles for sale or rent to take on self-guided tours, and have many bikes in their inventory including tandems. Rentals are by the hour or day.
In operation since the 1930s, Silver Ranch Stables offers horseback lessons and rides at its ranch. Depending on the season and weather, visitors can take sleigh and carriage rides through the surrounding trails.
Located in Bristol, Rhode Island along the Narragansett Bay, the Herreshoff Marine Museum and America's Cup Hall of Fame outlines the history of the America's Cup competition through its maritime displays. A sailing school is also featured at the site.
Yachting aficionados must plan a visit to Herreshoff Marine Museum and marvel at the collection of fine sailing vessels and America's Cup history and memorabilia. Open since 1971, the museum now displays over 60 boats.
Island Cruises has several cruise offerings for exploring the New Hampshire seacoast, from their informative lobster trips to their 2 to 3 hour tours of nearby islands. Lunch and dinner are also available on their Star Island Walkabout.
A sports complex, Humiston Field features a dual-use field for baseball and soccer along with basketball and volleyball courts that serve as a winter ice skating rink. It also offers a children's playground, bleacher seating and a snack bar.