- Our list of the best things to do in Marblehead, Massachusetts, features the top 719 nearby activities — including 329 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Visitors can cool off during Chelsea's warm summer months by taking a dip in the Vietnam Veterans Pool. The community pool features showers, restrooms and changing areas, on site lifeguards and complimentary parking.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Eastern Point Lighthouse offers beautiful ocean views. Although unable to tour the interior, there is lots to see including an historic bell. Access to a walking path is also available.
Stage Fort Park is a local park and a historic site being home to Gloucester's first settlers who arrived here in 1623. The park comprises of two beaches called Half Moon Beach which is more of a lagoon, and Cressy's Beach which is more rocky and natural.
Half Moon Beach is a secluded, crescent-shaped beach located in Gloucester Bay. The kids will love the gentle waves and soft sands, or let them climb along the rocks and playground areas, then gather for a quiet picnic lunch.
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Kayakers and boaters love visiting Crane Wildlife Refuge on the Crane Estate. Three-and-a-half miles of gravel roads and foot trails lead to the Crane burial site atop Choate Island. Wildlife seen in the area include gulls, sanderlings and sandpipers.
Located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, Russell Orchards is a huge produce farm best known for its berries, apples and stone fruit. It is open seasonally and offers pick-your-own produce, fresh baked goods and pre-picked fruit.
With classes for all ages of children, Flips & Giggles Gymnastics provides personalized instructions for increasing a child's flexibility. The teacher starts with the basics, working them up to cartwheels and then handsprings.