- TripBuzz found 338 things to do with kids in or near Wickford, Rhode Island, including 335 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Fall River, Providence and Narragansett.
- From Wickford Harbor to Kayak Centre of Rhode Island, the Wickford area offers 111 different types of family activities, including: Castles, Piers & Boardwalks, Kayaking and Beaches.
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197 Leadmine Road, Sturbridge, MA 1518 MoreLess Info
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.
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786 Washington Street, Braintree, MA 02184 MoreLess Info
Once home of the former superintendent of West Point, General Sylvanus Thayer Birthplace offers a small, historical house where he was born. The home was built in the Colonial era of the United States and shows artifacts from that era.
A two-screen movie theater, Plimoth Cinema specializes in first-run foreign and independent movies. The theater offers digital projection and sound, adult beverages and a concession area with popcorn, candy and soft drinks.
Cannonball Park is a memorial park featuring a memorial dedicated to 70 soldiers who lost their lives in the Civil War. The memorial is comprised of stacks of cannonballs set in stone and an obelisk engraved with the soldier's names.
Offering recliner seating and full surround-and-all-around sound, the AMC theatres in Braintree provide patrons the latest in digital projection and audio entertainment. IMAX features are scheduled in the morning, afternoon and evening.
Featuring auditoriums with reserved reclining seats, the AMC Braintree 10 is a movie theater that shows the latest film releases to its guests. Other amenities include closed captioning and listening devices for the hearing impaired and theater rentals.
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1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA 01566 MoreLess Info
Old Sturbridge Village is a recreation of the rural New England area between 1790 to 1830. Featuring guides in costumes, the village is educational and informative and runs programs tailored to children.