- Our list of the best things to do in Wellesley, Massachusetts, features the top 695 nearby activities — including 302 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Charles River Canoe & Kayak offers canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and more boat types for rental. This full-service shop also carries new and used boat types for purchase, and free demos are offered. Shuttled river trips are an option, and group bookings are available.
Located in Newton, Massachusetts, La Residencia Spa is a full-service day spa offering a bevy of pampering treatments for women and men. Its most popular services include massages, facial treatments and nail services.
Boating in Boston serves the Lakes District of the Charles River, and offers rentals of various kinds of watercraft, including canoes, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards. The facility also offers classes and tours.
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Visitors can hike on trails that lead through woodlands, open fields, and along ponds and streams at Mass Audubon Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary features a variety of wildlife including turtles, otters, and over 150 species of birds.
The Mary Bunker Community Park is a quiet, scenic park that overlooks Lake Cochituate. Fun for the whole family, the park features fire pits for cooking over an open flame, picnic pavilions and a large multi-purpose sports field.
Focused around Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy, Longyear Museum was originally opened in 1937 at the former home of Christian Science student Mary Beecher Longyear. It offers tours and features documents, art, photographs and artifacts related to Mrs. Eddy.