- Our list of the best things to do in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, features the top 158 nearby activities — including 57 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Fitchburg, 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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Copley Place is a shopping mall that features a wide range of stores, including J. Crew, Brookstone, and American Eagle Outfitters. The location also hosts a wide variety of events, including Boston Fashion Week and the Massart Wearable Art Display.
Copley Square features a Friday Farmer's market and access to the Boston Public Library. The location also features a variety of prominent architectural works, include Trinity Church, Old South Church, and Boston Public Library.
Greenfield's Collins/Moylan Skating Arena is a public skating arena operated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It offers skating lessons for skaters of all ages and experience levels, and hosts hockey lessons, as well.
La Cantina Wine School is operated by experienced winemakers, and teaches visitors how to make their own wines. Visitors select the vineyard from which their grapes come as well as the grapes themselves, then make wine in their chosen style.
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69 Beacon ST., Boston, MA 02108, Boston, MA 02108 MoreLess Info
Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Boston Public Garden is the first public botanical garden of America and is famous for more than 600 varieties of flowers and trees planted here as well as the Swan Boats and numerous statues.
Charmingfare Farm houses a zoo with agricultural animals and North American wildlife, including black bears, wildcats and reindeer. Explore the grounds on a horse-drawn hay or carriage ride, or a winter sleigh ride, learn about farm life at the Dairy Discovery Barn, or hike the site with a llama companion.
Beacon Hill is a historic neighborhood that features Federal-style rowhouses, gaslit streets, and brick sidewalks. The location's sites include the Black Heritage Trail, The Club of Old Volumes, and Suffolk University.
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Congress Street Bridge, Boston, MA 02210 MoreLess Info
Historical re-enactments and interactive exhibits provide an interactive learning experience concerning the event leading to the American Revolution at Boston Tea Party Ships & Museums. Take part in dumping tea overboard, meet the colonists and explore historically accurate ships at this quality venue.