- TripBuzz found 564 things to do with kids in or near Lawrence, Massachusetts, including 559 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Salem, Lowell, Cambridge and Boston.
- From Imajine That to Show Baseball & Softball Academy, the Lawrence area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Children's Museums, National & State Parks and Parks.
- A manufacturing community in Massachusetts, Lawrence is home to both a shoe and medical supply plant. The city further has a rich history in American Literature with poet Robert Frost residing and even publishing his early works from Lawrence. Located on the Merrimack River, Lawrence offers a growing parks and recreation program with the development of a parkway connecting outdoor spaces citywide.
A sports complex and recreation center, Turf Time Tewksbury is home to adult and youth soccer leagues along with adult flag football leagues. The center provides a toddler play area, party hosting, music classes and turf rental.
The Indoor baseball and softball training facility, Extra Innings, is a facility that has the mission of fulfilling the needs of players of all ages and abilities. The facility has eight indoor hitting and pitching cages and a pro shop.
The mission of Veterans Memorial Skating Rink is to provide local residents with a clean skating facility that provides affordable programming. The facility offers public skating sessions and skate equipment rentals.
The Ski Bradford resort area offers freestyle recreation and winter resort activities. Weeknight ski sessions, ski and snowboard programs and top-of the line rental equipment is available for groups, ski team racers and individuals partaking in the winter sports season.
Originally constructed in 1757, Tattersall Farm is a 150 acre farm donated to the city by the Tattersall family. Meticulously preserved, the farm is open to visitors, and features a collection of 19th century art as well as hiking trails.
Turtle Lane Maple Farm is a family owned maple farm known for producing a variety of maple based products, primarily maple syrup. The farm offers guided tours in which guides will explain the syrup making process and offer edible samples.
Haverhill Historical Society collects, preserves and educates the community about Greater Haverhill's past and culture. They showcase a range of historical artifacts including Native American artifacts from the Lower Merrimack Valley and the Buttonwood Museum which houses furniture and toys.
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Comprised of 3,00-acres of forestry, the Harold Park State Forest is a park that supports hiking, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, and mountain biking. The park has 89 camping sites that are spread throughout the grounds.