- 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.
Showing the latest films in standard and RealD 3D formats, Cinemark is a large theater with a digital projector system. On Tuesdays, the movie theater has a discounted rate on snacks with free refills at the concession stand.
The Botanic Garden of Smith College preserves the historic Olmsted landscape of the campus and is home to an extensive collection of plant specimens which are a part of the glass conservatory and numerous specialty gardens here.
Oliver Ellsworth Homestead is a museum and educational platform where historic preservation, artifact conservation and archival materials are studied and interpreted. The museum offers special tours and events and educates the public of the historic importance of the Ellsworth family.
Pump it Up is an indoor kids' play and birthday party place that emphasizes imaginative play as well as simple fun. It includes a variety of bounce-house and inflatable attractions, as well as creative costume play.
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150 Great Wolf Drive, Fitchburg, MA 1420 MoreLess Info
Situated in the extensive lodge complex, the Great Wolf Lodge - Water Park has family fun water rides and attractions for any level of swimmer. Popular activities include a multi-level interactive splash treehouse, a six-story drop funnel, and a group raft tunnel waterslide.
A 3.5-mile loop trail, Laurel Marsh Trail takes visitors past the Hockanum River through woodlands, hills and meadows. The trail is suitable for hiking and provides opportunities for fishing, boating, birdwatching and wildlife viewing.