Things to Do in New Bedford, MA

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Theaters 1 Granite Street, Westerly, RI 2891 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1843, Granite Theatre Corporation the is a non-profit organization that has the goal of producing high quality live performances. The facility holds auditions for aspiring actors and actresses.
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Theaters 5 Canal Street, Westerly, RI 2891 MoreLess Info
Originally constructed as a vaudeville theatre and movie house, the United Theatre today is a music venue that hosts performers ranging from jazz musicians to classical ensembles. The theatre also features regularly scheduled and curated film series.
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Music Instruction Boston, MA MoreLess Info
The Berklee College of Music offers undergraduate, graduate, and summer programs for those interested in dedicating their lives to music. The location also hosts musical performances from artists like Jarabe De Palo.
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Malls Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116 MoreLess Info
Copley Place is a shopping mall that features a wide range of stores, including J. Crew, Brookstone, and American Eagle Outfitters. The location also hosts a wide variety of events, including Boston Fashion Week and the Massart Wearable Art Display.
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Shopping Districts 800 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02199 MoreLess Info
The Prudential Center is a collection of shopping and eating experiences located across several areas and spaces, on the ground floor of the Prudential Center building. An observation point with views of the city is located on the 50th floor.
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Sports Facilities/Fields Perimeter Road, Newton, MA 02467 MoreLess Info
Located on the campus of Boston College, Alumni Stadium offers stadium benches to see the latest college football home games. The stadium has concession stands spread throughout the facility that offer sodas and refreshments.
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Parks 711/2 High St., Westerly, RI MoreLess Info
From land originally donated in 1898, Wilcox Park has grown to include 16-acres of open meadows, gardens, and fountain. The park is also a regular host to concerts, festivals, and other community events throughout the year.
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Duck Tours Prudential Center or Museum of Science, Boston, MA 02116 MoreLess Info
The Boston Duck Tours allow for a wide range of sightseeing including Bunker Hill, Boston Common, and Quincy Market before splashing into the Charles River. Once in the water, those on the tour can take in stunning views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.
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Baseball Fields 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215 MoreLess Info
The oldest Major League baseball park in the United States is Fenway Park. Its classic style allows visitors to feel as though they have traveled back to the origins of professional baseball while watching the Boston Red Socks play.
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Children's Museums 308 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210 MoreLess Info
At the Boston Children's Museum, guests will have the opportunity to visit a wide variety of exhibits, including the Science Playground and the New Balance Climb. The location also features a real two-story house from Kyoto, Japan.