- 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.
Warwick's Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum is an immaculately-preserved mansion. Once a private residence, Clouds Hill is now open for docent-guided tours and is a must-see attraction for fans of Victorian decorating aesthetics.
Atlantic Queen II Deep Sea Fishing offers activities on their 80' long ship like fishing and whale watching, as well as charters. Fishing trips last a half or full day, and children under 12 fish free with an adult.
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The Cloud Hills Victorian Museum is a fully restored mansion that dates back to the 19th century, with groomed, landscaped grounds and a hands-on museum inside. The house and gift shop are open daily, but reservations are requested for tours.
Whale enthusiasts flock to Granite State Whale Watch, Inc., a touring company heaquartered in Rye, New Hampshire. Tourists regularly encounter humpback whales, pilot whales, right whales and many other fascinating marine species.
Originally known as Spell Hall, Nathanael Greene Homestead, was the home of the Revolutionary War General. Built in 1770, visitors to the site can enjoy a tour of the home and grounds and explore the historical artifacts and exhibits.
Home of the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs hockey team, Tri-Town Ice Arena is an ice skating venue that hosts a number of skating events. These include public skating sessions, stick-and-puck sessions, and hockey games for teams of all skill levels.
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.