- 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!
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Hosting tennis lessons for all ages, Sun Valley Swim & Tennis Club offers its members tennis courts and a swimming pool. The pool hosts the Sun Valley Sharks swim team, which is made up of children aged 5 to 16.
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Massachusetts Ave at Wood Street, Lexington, MA 2420 MoreLess Info
Battle Road Trail is a 5.5-mile pathway that marks the path once trodden by British soldiers on their way from Boston to Concord. The route is lined with original and recreated buildings as well as informative history stops.
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24 Lincoln Street, Lexington, MA 2421 MoreLess Info
Promoting fitness in the community, Josiah Willard Hayden Recreation Center offers amenities like weight rooms, fitness equipment, and classes for the public. The center also has an aquatics facility with a lap pool.
Lexington, Massachusetts' Buckman Tavern is a tavern and hostel that was the site of the first skirmish in the American Revolutionary War. The conflict that occurred here between the fledgling colonial army and the British minutemen paved the way for the rest of the war.
Old Belfry is a bell tower overlooking Lexington, situated on top of Belfry Hill. While the bell is not the original used to warn the local militia that the British are coming, it is a faithful reproduction.
An open field surrounded by trees, Victory Park is located on 12 acres and features swings, a rope climbing area and a traditional play structure. The field can be used for soccer and the park provides tennis and basketball courts.
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E Elm St & Quincy Shore Drive, Quincy, MA 2170 MoreLess Info
The Wollaston Beach Playground has a beach-side view of the Quincy Shore and features a covered seating area, picnic tables, a toddler playground area with slides and rubber floor, an older play area with slides rubber floor and swings.
At Simon Kidgits Clubhouse, visitors can let their children explore play structures shaped like houses, airplanes, and cars. The playground is located in a shopping center and has a seating area for adults watching their kids.
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10 Lincoln Street, Lexington, MA 2421 MoreLess Info
Open during fall and winter, Hayden Recreation Centre Ice Facility offers visitors open skating sessions for figure skating and dancing. The ice rink is home to a figure skating club for over 400 local children.