- TripBuzz found 105 things to do with kids in or near Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, including 97 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Amherst, Brattleboro, Northampton and North Adams.
- From Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley to Salmon Falls, the Shelburne Falls area offers 78 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums and Natural Landmarks.
- Home to the beautiful Bridge of Flowers, the village of Shelburne Falls is a popular tourist community home to just over 1,000 residents. The picturesque community is also known for being the hometown of Bill Cosby and wife Camille and it's thriving downtown district. The district is home to a historic soda shop, museums, shops and diverse eateries.
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Candlepin bowling is on offer at Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley. Bowlers of all ages will enjoy a visit, located in downtown Shelburne Falls. Bumper bowling is available, and league bowling is offered.
Located on the scenic Deerfield River, Salmon Falls is a local art gallery offering a large selection of artistic creations available for viewing or purchasing. Paintings, photography, glass arts, and pottery are among the many creations available at the gallery.
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Corner of Main and Bridge Streets, Shelburne Falls, MA 01370 MoreLess Info
The Arms Library of Shelburne Falls is located in the Pratt Memorial Library Building, which is over a century old. The library offers physical collections of books and periodicals as well as access to digital archives and databases.
Get back to nature with a visit to High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary. The most popular feature is the High Ledge vista, complete with views of Shelburne Falls and Mount Greylock. The trails are five miles in total, some of which are strenuous.
Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum is a local railroad museum which offers rides on a fully restored and operational 1896 trolley as well as on an antique pump car. The visitor center contains a variety of railroad artifacts including toy trains.
Located in Claremont, Massachusetts, Crab Apple Whitewater is a purveyor of pulse-pounding whitewater rafting excursions. The company also maintains locations in Vermont and Maine. The Claremont location also offers inflatable kayak tours.
Hail to the Sunrise' / Mohawk Park contains the sculpture of the Mohawk Indian with his arms extended, looking eastward. The monument serves as a reminder of the sensitive history of the area and is honored by various tribes throughout the country.