- Our list of the best things to do in Peabody, Massachusetts, features the top 766 nearby activities — including 351 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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The Hahvahd Tour is a guided tour of the university campus operated by the current students of Harvard. The tour includes all the major sites and historic buidlings in and around the campus accompanied with an informative commentary on the university's history.
Fishermen's Memorial Monument, also called Man at the Wheel Statue, is a historic bronze cenotaph sculpture which was established in 1925 in memory of the Gloucester fishermen who never retured from the sea.
The first large municipally-funded public library in America, the Boston Public Library features an audio-visual collection and a variety of fiction and young adult book offerings. The location also features an auditorium and conference rooms.
The A.R.T. - American Repertory Theater has the sole goal of helping visitors experience art. Performances include musicals, theatrical performances, acrobatics, and many other forms of art for you to experience.
Artistic and independent films are the focus of the Brattle Theatre. It serves as the home venue for several major film events throughout the year, such as the Independent Film Festival Boston, Boston LGBT Film Festival, and Boston Underground Film Festival.
94% 212 votes
105 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA 02138 MoreLess Info
The preserved home of Henry Longfellow, Longfellow House Washington Headquarters National Historic Site offers visitors the chance to learn more about the life of the literary genius. View and analyze the 19th century poet's work and walk the home where the incredible creations happened.
87% 68 votes
off Rte. 127A on Gloucester-Rockport town line, Gloucester, MA MoreLess Info
Featuring a magnificent view of twin lighthouses, Long Beach in Gloucester is known for its gentle surf and sandy beach. Pack a lunch and bring the kids for swimming and sand castles, and a day you won't soon forget.
A spacious outdoor recreational space in Arlington, McClennen Park offers a large playground with equipment suitable for both young and older children. There are also both soccer and baseball fields for the community to enjoy.
71% 89 votes
11 Rogers St, Gloucester, MA 01930 MoreLess Info
Cape Ann Brewing Company is a local family-owned business which specializes in a variety of beers including the special Fisherman's beer. The Pub at Cape Ann Brewing has both indoor beer hall style as well as outdoor harbor-side seating arrangements and offers a variety of snacks.