- Our list of the best things to do in Concord, Massachusetts, features the top 727 nearby activities — including 308 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Concord, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
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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.
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.
Kids are free to be kids at the gated Pawtuxet Village Playground. Newly renovated, the playground features slides, swings, spinning seats, a climbing wall, play fire truck, and a boat. Shaded picnic tables help parents relax while their children play.
With views overlooking the Narraganset Bay, Sabin Point Park is a 4-acre park that offers a number of amenities to its visitors. Visitors to the park commonly view the sunset over the bay or walk through on the walking trails.
At the historic Plymouth colony, visitors can learn about the spooky history of the town with Colonial Lantern Tours. Visitors get to carry their own lanterns to light the dark while walking around the colony and hearing ghost stories.
An indoor play center and party place designed for children between the ages of 1 and 8 years, Imagination Island features a variety of play equipment and creative play stations. The center hosts birthday parties, as well.
The site where Rhode Island patriots took military action against the British in 1772, Pawtuxet Village, has preserved the history and charm of yesteryear. With dozens of historic sites and homes within walking distance, bring your family today and experience the history.
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The Loof Carousel at Crescent Park was built in 1895 by renowned carousel creator, Charles I.D. Loof. Featuring 62 hand-carved figures, chariots, and stunning glassware and mirrors, this carousel is designated as a National Historic Landmark.