- 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!
- Peabody, 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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Cochituate State Park is located on Lake Cochituate. The park offers various recreational activities including motor boating, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, fishing, picnicking, and swimming. The park encompasses three sections of Lake Cochituate with boat rentals available in the summer.
With an outdoor arena for horseback riding, Hidden Pond Farm & Stables covers 40 acres of woodland. The farm organizes horseback rides through the surrounding trails. Visitors can also board their horses here for a flat rate.
416 Lenox Street #2, Norwood, MA 2062 MoreLess Info
Glass blowing studio Luke Adams Glass is an attraction that allows individuals to create a glass item through glass blowing technique. Intimately designed, patrons receive extensive instruction and can create jewelry, glass bowls and more.
Spanning 56 acres, the Fourth Cliff Recreation Area sits atop a seaside cliff at the tip of a peninsula. The area offers stunning views of the sea and shore, and offers camping opportunities as well as lodging.
Located in Natick, Massachusetts, the Broadmoore Wildlife Sanctuary is home to diverse species of reptiles, fish, birds and small mammals. Audubon members receive free admission, and non-members may visit for a small fee.
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8 Mercer Road, Natick, MA 1760 MoreLess Info
The history of World War II is on display at The Museum of World War II. The museum details the events of the war through over 7,000 artifacts, providing visitors with a unique educational experience. Over 100 mannequins in complete uniforms are on display. Private tours are available.