- TripBuzz found 54 things to do with kids in or near Lee, Massachusetts, including 48 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pittsfield, Lenox, Great Barrington and Stockbridge.
- From Lee Library to AniMagic, the Lee area offers 94 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Forests, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Historic Buildings.
- A small New England community, Lee is a growing resort town in Massachusetts. To accommodate its many tourists, the city is home to many bed and breakfasts, motels and boutique inns. Activities in the area include hiking, kayaking and golfing, as well as skiing and ice skating in the winter months. The city is also home to several museums including a special effects, animation museum.
Offering hands-on exhibits and demonstrations, AniMagic is a museum dedicated to computer-generated art, animation, and special effects. Highlighting especially the contributions of this media to modern motion pictures, they specialize in activities geared towards children and adults alike.
Enjoy serenity, nature and wildlife at Goose Pond Reservation. Visitors to this scenic mountain lake enjoy swimming, kayaking and canoeing. There's even a place for picnicking. Open year-round from sunrise to sunset.
Nature enthusiasts, hikers and wildlife photographers enjoy visiting the October Mountain State Forest in Lee, Massachusetts. This state-managed forest is free to enter and is open from sunrise to sunset. Campsites must be reserved for a small fee.
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The Animagic Museum of Animation Special Effects & Art offers a journey through the world of animation. Visitors can take a tour highlighted with models and technologies from famous films and can even make their own animated movies.
Shakespeare & Co. Lenox Ma. is one of the largest Shakespeare Festivals in the country. The Company develops and performs Shakespeare, classics and contemporary new plays of social and political significance and also offers an extensive actor training program.
Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum features the restored Lenox Station which dates back to 1903 and houses a number of interactive railroad exhibits which include vintage engines, passenger cars and the Yokun block station.