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A children's entertainment center, Bobo's Indoor Playground offers playground equipment, slides, a bounce house, play kitchen and other areas suitable for children. Parties with food and a frog mascot are available as well as bounce house rental and delivery.
In addition to selling surf boards and other accessories, Summer Sessions Surf Shop offers a variety of surf programs for visitors of all ages. The lessons provide training on how to use a surf board with knowledgeable instructors.
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.
Merrimack Outlets is a shopping destination for the entire family. Banana Republic Factory Store, Gap Factory Store, Guess Factory Store, and the Nike Factory store are among the outlet stores available on site for finding great deals.
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National Monument to the Forefathers, formerly called the Pilgrim Monument, is the third tallest statue in the country and supposedly, the world's largest solid granite structure. It was built in 1889 in memory of the first settlers here who were called Pilgrims or Forefathers.