- Our list of the best things to do in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, features the top 304 nearby activities — including 142 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Dartmouth, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Cornell Farm offers several hiking trails that extend westward from the farmstead through a pine and oak forest to the marshlands at the head of Little River. The farmland was passed down through 5 generations of the Cornell family.
Slocum's River Reserve is a river reserve protecting more than 3,000 feet along Slocum's river. The preserve is populated by woodlands, agricultural fields, and pastures. Visitors can expect to find 2 miles of scenic walking trails.
Wine connoisseurs will have a hay day at Coastal Vineyard where they can see wine in the making in wood barrels or steel tanks. Wine releases take place in the exclusive wine tasting room and tours of the vineyard are given year round.
New Bedford, Massachusetts is home to the Buttonwood Park Zoo, a mid-size zoo with 250 resident animals and 30 habitats. Most of the zoo's animals are native to North America and include bison, bighorn sheep, eagles, bears, seals, sea lions and mountain lions.
Catering to climbers of all skill levels, Carabiner's Indoor Climbing offers belay courses where visitors can climb several story high walls. In addition to climbing courses, it offers fitness and martial arts classes, as well as various youth programs.
100% 8 votes
51 Bedford St (Corner of Sixth St), New Bedford, MA 02740 MoreLess Info
New Bedford Fire Museum is a locally run museum. Patrons can tour the museum and view the history of the trucks, memorabilia and the building itself. Children can dress up and slide down firefighter poles.
90% 30 votes
396 County St, New Bedford, MA 02740 MoreLess Info
Nestled in beautiful New Bedford, Massachusetts, the Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum.. It is best visited in clement weather, when temperatures are comfortable and the flowers in the garden are in bloom. .