- TripBuzz found 68 things to do with kids in or near Great Barrington, Massachusetts, including 58 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pittsfield, Hudson, Lenox and Lee.
- From Ski Butternut to Lake Mansfield, the Great Barrington area offers 97 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Great Barrington is a charming town comprised of villages. A popular tourist ski town, the area is home to Ski Butternut, a thriving ski resort is Massachusetts. Locals and visitors also enjoy dining at one of the towns 55 restaurants offering an extensive selection of cuisine and attending the annual festivals.
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Route 159, 1623 Main Street, Agawam, MA 01001 MoreLess Info
Located near Springfield, Massachusetts in Agawam, Six Flags New England offers thrill rides and kids rides along with live entertainment. Cannon Ball Falls in Hurricane Harbor is a water splash tube ride that is popular in the summertime.
Fisher Meadows is a local public park offering many facilities for its guests to use. Visitors to the park commonly enjoy walking through the scenic trails, spending time near the lake, or playing on one of the many sports fields.
The Barnes Harry C Memorial Nature Center is a 68 acre nature center dedicated to providing an open area for the public to learn of the importance of the natural world. The center offers several educational exhibits and hiking trails.
Located in Bristol, Connecticut, The Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum is a storehouse of vintage horror-movie memorabilia. The works of Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and their contemporaries are immortalized in the museum's collection of costumes, props, photos and more.
An important part of history, Woodstock Playhouse has been in operation for nearly 75 years. With a mission of promoting the arts, this theater annually schedules an array of performances including plays, dance and musical acts.
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1500 Main St., Springfield, MA 01115 MoreLess Info
Pan African Historical Museum U.S.A showcases a variety of museum exhibits. Patrons can view artifacts including a slave sales receipt, authentic photos, letters and other items. The PAHMUSA also displays murals and other African American artwork and sculptures.
Situated on nearly 80 acres, Prospect Park sits on land deeded to the city in 1902 by the Warren family. The park provides a playground, spray pool, nature trails, picnic areas and facilities for tennis, basketball, softball and soccer.