- Our list of the best things to do in Westford, Massachusetts, features the top 622 nearby activities — including 258 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Westford, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
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90 Curzon Mill Road, Newburyport, MA 1950 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1979, Children's Theater At Maudslay the is a performing arts group dedicated to bringing theatrical entertainment to the local community. The theatre performs a number of shows, acting workshops, and summer programs.
Houghton's Pond rests within the Blue Hills Reservation, offering 7,000 acres of open space. While the focus of the recreational area is a spring-fed kettle hole pond, there is also a playground, concession pavilion, and visitor's center.
Quincy Quarries Reservation is a 22 acre park born from old granite quarries. It is highlighted by huge granite rock walls which can be used for rock climbing, and it also has several hiking trails and picnic areas.
Adams National Historical Park, in addition to the nearby estate called Peacefield, is the historic home of four generations of the Adams family which included U.S. Presidents, ambassadors, historians and more. The structures and their periods furnishings are preserved and available for viewing.
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Follett Street, off Ocean Avenue, Marblehead, MA MoreLess Info
Marblehead, Massachusetts is home to the Chandler Hovey Park & Marblehead Light. This popular park spans almost 4 acres and is a popular place for picnics, hiking, dog walking, people watching and other fun outdoor pursuits.
Boston's Blue Hills Reservation is an urban environment that combines iconic rocky summit with 125 miles of outdoor trails. Rich historically and archaeologically, the area boasts 16 historic structures, the Blue Hills Weather Observatory and a National Historic Landmark.
Part of the Ipswich Museum, the Whipple House was built in 1677 and is a National Historic Landmark. The house is a good example of first period American architecture. Visitors can tour the house -- which contains many original furnishings.