- Our list of the best things to do in Revere, Massachusetts, features the top 790 nearby activities — including 356 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Housed inside a restored shipyard structure, the USS Constitution Museum preserves the history of the historic warship USS Constitution also known as 'Old Ironsides'. The Museum also offers visitors many hands-on activities to help them learn about early sailing experiences.
Somerville's Legoland Discovery Center is an indoor kids' fun place that takes its theme from the popular building block toys. The center features rides, a 4D cinema, and a variety of other hands-on fun for kids.
A movie theater with IMAX, AMC Assembly Row 12 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater provides a bar with adult beverages, reserved seats, stadium seating and a concession area with food and drinks.
Being the oldest neighborhood in Boston, North End is home to a wide range of establishments including restaurants, retail stores, residential complexes as well as a number of ancient historic sites. It is nicknamed as Boston's 'Little Italy' for the majority of Italian Americans who live here.
Cavalia Odysseo actually refers to two equestrian shows, Cavalia and Odysseo. Both are extravagant productions featuring trained horses and acrobatic performers in elaborate costumes. Both shows tour all around the world.
A small park area featuring mostly sports facilities, John M. Devir Park can be used for baseball, softball, basketball and tennis. The park has paved trails, benches and a playground with multiple play structures.
With classes for all ages of children, Flips & Giggles Gymnastics provides personalized instructions for increasing a child's flexibility. The teacher starts with the basics, working them up to cartwheels and then handsprings.
Boston Harbor Cruises offers visitors a wide variety of cruise opportunities on the Boston Harbor as well as the Boston Water Taxi system. The location also offers special cruises for Mother's Day and Valentine's Day.