- Our list of the best things to do in Medfield, Massachusetts, features the top 670 nearby activities — including 295 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Featuring 24 candlepin lanes, Leo's Super Bowl Inc offers open and league bowling along with private event hosting. The center provides a projection television, arcade game machines, shoe rental, bumpers and two meeting rooms.
Equipped with a playground and waterfront park, Cashman Park is a popular spot with many amenities. Features include tennis and basketball courts, ball fields, a boat launch, and a jungle gym suitable for all ages.
Serving the Merrimack River and Newburyport Harbor areas, Captain Ed's Sailing offers sailing excursions that tour the region's islands and landmarks by water. The captain is knowledgeable about sailing and teaches visitors how to sail the boat.
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Halibut Point Reservation is a local natural reserve built around Halibut Point which is comprised of million years old granite rocks and was an important site for granite mining. The reserve also has many walking trails, a visitor center and a granite mining museum.
A 95,000-square-foot sports complex, SportsZone features courts for basketball, volleyball and dodgeball along with turf fields for field hockey, soccer and other field sports. It also offers sports lessons and leagues, a climbing wall and batting cages.
Originally a vacation home for a wealthy Philadelphia family, The Elms in Newport, Rhode Island was constructed in 1901. The property has several large gardens and is furnished with many original items, including fine art worth millions of dollars.
Live music, drama and dance is performed at Stockbridge Theater. Acrobatics, holiday music, Broadway performers and more are enjoyed by audiences. Student performances are also held, highlighting the Pinkerton Chorus, Band and Dance programs, as well as the Pinkerton Players.
Fort Wetherill State Park encompasses 61.5-acres situated atop 100-foot granite cliffs. In addition to the hiking trails, the park also provides the ideal vantage point to watch the America's Cup and Tall Ship events.
Listed on the National Register for Historic places, the public is welcome to visit and tour the exterior and grounds of Castle Lighthouse. In operation, the lighthouse rests on a rocky cliff and offers panoramic, ocean views.