- Our list of the best things to do in Medford, Massachusetts, features the top 793 nearby activities — including 344 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Medford, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Specially designed for children and toddlers under the age of five, Malltots is an indoor playground and activity center. Providing kid-safe activities and exercise year-round, Malltots also makes its facilities available for groups and parties as well.
Named after a nurse who was sentenced to death during the Salem Witch Trials, Rebecca Nurse Homestead is a historic structure which dates back to 17th century and features a number of restored period furnishings.
2087 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA 01876 MoreLess Info
The Merrimack Valley Pavilion is an entertainment complex that offers a number of amenities and attractions to enjoy. These include mini golf, food and drink options, and a 6,000 square foot multi-level laser tag arena.
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Liberty Tree Mall, 100 Independence Way, Danvers, MA 01923 MoreLess Info
At Malltots At Play, children aged 6 and under can enjoy bouncy houses, cars and trucks, crawl tunnels, and more. The facility spans 20,000 square feet of fun in a safe and comfortable environment.
The indoor trampoline park of Sky Zone Danvers has many open jump sessions every day. Along with the wall-to-wall trampolines, the facility has a foam cube pit, trampoline basketball court, and an aerobics program.
The North Bridge, often called the Old North Bridge, is the replica of an old bridge that was built on the same spot where the 'shot heard round the world' was fired, which indicated the beginning of the American Revolutionary War.
Built in 1638, Old Burial Hill is a picturesque cemetery which overlooks the harbor called Old Marblehead and the sea. It is the final resting place of many Revolutionary soldiers and features some well-preserved headstones of 17th century.
United First Parish Church is also known as the Church of the Presidents as it is the final resting place of two U.S. Presidents, namely John Adams and John Quincy Adams as well as their wives. The structure comprises of a unique domed ceiling and a mahogany altar.
Cycling fans love hitting the road with Concord Bike Tours, an active tourism company headquartered in Concord, Massachusetts. The company provides a selection of bicycling tours with set itineraries, and also accepts custom chartered bookings.
Seventy musicians living in the Concord area come together to form the Concord Orchestra, playing classical, family, and pops concerts. Richard Pittman conducts the orchestra, featuring volunteer artists both young and old.