- TripBuzz found 44 things to do with kids in or near Sturbridge, Massachusetts, including 38 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Worcester, Springfield, Shrewsbury and Storrs.
- From Old Sturbridge Village to Westville Recreation Area, the Sturbridge area offers 110 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Farms & Ranches.
- Sturbridge is a city located in Massachusetts' southcentral region, home to many historical interest points. It's most popular being the Old Sturbridge Village, a living museum that recreates life in rural New England throughout the early 1800's. Visitors also enjoy the areas local dining, camping, fishing, local parks and shopping.
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1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA 01566 MoreLess Info
Old Sturbridge Village is a recreation of the rural New England area between 1790 to 1830. Featuring guides in costumes, the village is educational and informative and runs programs tailored to children.
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Breakneck Rd and Old Mashapaug Rd, Sturbridge, MA 01550 MoreLess Info
Situated along Westville Lake, Westville Recreation Area offers boat launches, trails, open grassy areas, picnic tables and grills. The area is suitable for hiking, mountain biking, birding, cross-country skiing, fishing, boating and ice skating.
The Cinemagic Stadium Theater is a movie theater that is fitted with full stadium seating and digital presentation in all theaters. Other amenities include a ticketing kiosk and access to assisted listening devices.
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197 Leadmine Road, Sturbridge, MA 1518 MoreLess Info
Consisting of 84 acres of land, Heins Farm Conservation Area Trail System has three trails for visitors to hike on. The trails lead visitors through the surrounding grassland. In total, the trails are about 5 miles long.
A loop trail through the wilderness, Tantiusques is a moderate hiking challenge that stretches about one and a half miles. The trail leads past an old lead mine that was originally used by Native Americans, and subsequently by European settlers.
The Colonial Bowling Center is a trip back in time with it's retro styling and manual score keeping. This is a candlepin alley in true New England tradition. There is no snack bar, but there are vending machines available.