- Our list of the best things to do in Needham, Massachusetts, features the top 709 nearby activities — including 304 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Needham, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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At Kaleidoscope of Dance & Gymnastics, visitors can enroll their children in karate, gymnastics, and dance programs. The gym also offers birthday packages that include a gymnastics session with an instructor.
Visit ShelaLara Vineyards & Winery and sample from the 20 different wines produced by this female-owned and family operated winery. Tours and sampling are done by reservation so be sure to plan your visit today.
Female owned-and operated ShelaLara Winery Tour & Tasting offers an exceptional wine tasting experience. The vineyard features an array of wines to choose from that include sweet ice wines, vintage wines and a selection of California wines to please every palette.
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124 Main Street, Wareham, MA 2571 MoreLess Info
The Wareham Historical Society proudly maintains Captain John Kendrick Maritime Museum in Massachusetts. With clothing, furniture, and artifacts from the period of Wareham's Captain Kendrick, visitors can step into the past with these special displays and exhibits.
A revolutionary war redoubt, Fort Batron features an observation tower on which visitors can view the surrounding landscape. Attractions also include three miles of nature trails, with trail guides available at the nearby town hall.
Dating as far back as the Revolutionary War, Fort Barton is a historic park site named after Colonel William Barton of Rhode Island. Visitors to Fort Barton hike through the local trails and recall the history of the Revolutionary War.
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1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA 01566 MoreLess Info
Old Sturbridge Village is a recreation of the rural New England area between 1790 to 1830. Featuring guides in costumes, the village is educational and informative and runs programs tailored to children.
The Beach House is closed and its liquor license was surrendered. In the hearing, the police chief highlighted three incidents involving staff either drinking while on duty, driving drunk after work or drinking with patrons at the bar long past closing time.
The Newport Butterfly Zoo is a commercial butterfly farm located in Tiverton, RI. Visitors in the spring and summer can walk the grounds and see thousands of varieties of butterflies, learn how to create a butterfly garden, and start a collection.