- 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.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Medford, MA , followed by 777 popular activities in nearby cities, including Boston, Lowell, Salem, Cambridge, Concord, Brookline, Watertown, Somerville, Framingham, Beverly, Newton, Lynn, Hingham, Waltham, Lexington, Marblehead, Danvers, Natick, North Andover, Wellesley, Arlington, Ipswich, Quincy, Hull, Malden, Saugus, Haverhill, Dedham, Milton, Scituate, Brockton, Marlborough, Foxboro, Westford, Needham, Braintree, Norwood, Woburn, Lincoln, Methuen, Randolph, Lawrence, Revere, Andover, Stoughton, Peabody, Billerica, Burlington, Chelsea, Chelmsford, Tewksbury, Everett, Weymouth, Melrose, Essex, Gloucester, Medfield, Chatham, Dracut and Salem
Situated on 165 acres, Endicott Park features historical farm buildings, woodlands, marshes and orchards. The park offers fishing, barnyard animals, nature trails for hiking and a playground as well as sledding and cross-country skiing opportunities in the winter.
93% 14 votes
106 Central Street, Wellesley, MA 02481 MoreLess Info
The Davis Museum and Cultural Center's artworks date back to the 1800's and feature international art including paintings, sculptures, photographs and decorative objects. Located within the Wellesley College campus, visitors can explore the museum free of charge.
A restaurant, bar, and live music venue near the Wellesley College campus, Punch's Alley features regular beer and drink specials. The pub holds special themed event nights, as well, including Stoplight Pub Nite and gay themed nights.
A majority of artwoks on display in the Peabody Essex Museum, considered as one of the oldest operating museums in America, comprises of multiple exhibits about the diverse cultures of the world such as Asian, Native Indian, Japanese, African, Korean art and more.
Salem Witch Memorial was built in the memory of those who were put to death under suspicions of practicing witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. The memorial comprises of a long handcrafted granite wall whose stone benches represent the victims of the witch hysteria.
Washington Square North, Salem, MA 01970 MoreLess Info
Salem Witch Museum houses numerous life-sized replicas of stage sets, lighting and prominent figures providing visitors the opportunity to learn more about the infamous Salem Witch trials of 1692.
The Salem Witch Walk organizes walking tours of the historic town of Salem where visitors are introduced to 'authentic' witches and given a chance to be a part of their rituals and learn more about witchcraft from the witches themselves.
86% 374 votes
2 New Liberty Street, Salem, MA MoreLess Info
The Salem Maritime National Historic Site is a nine-acre national park featuring historic buildings, wharves, and reconstructed tall-ships that tell the stories of the sailors and merchants who brought the goods of the world to America. Free tours are offered.
Guests can board a full length pirate ship and explore an 80 foot cave as part of the New England Pirate Museum which brings the 1690s to life. Artifacts from sunken ships and pirate treasures form the bulk of the displayed collections.