- 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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1000 West Columbus Ave., Springfield, MA 01105 MoreLess Info
Springfield is known to be the birthplace of basketball and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame preserves the sport's history presentng it in the form of interactive exhibits, skill contests, shooting challenges and more, to the public.
Springfield Science Museum, initially known as the Springfield Ethnological and Natural History Museum, houses a range of natural and physical science exhibits coupled with scientific and astronomical displays. The oldest American-built planetarium is also a part of the museum.
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1000 W Columbus Avenue, Springfield, MA 01105 MoreLess Info
A collection of memorabilia from some of the greatest athletes of all time, The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame documents sport history. Guests can see pictures of some of their favorite athletes when they were just starting out.
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1500 Main St., Springfield, MA 01115 MoreLess Info
Pan African Historical Museum U.S.A showcases a variety of museum exhibits. Patrons can view artifacts including a slave sales receipt, authentic photos, letters and other items. The PAHMUSA also displays murals and other African American artwork and sculptures.
Running along the river, Connecticut Riverwalk and Bikeway is a multi-purpose trail. Along with walking and cycling, rollerblading, jogging and running is also suitable here. For added enjoyment and convenience, the trail is equipped with park benches and picnic tables.
Community owned and operated, School Street Park is equipped with a variety of playground equipment, volleyball courts, basketball courts, spray fountains and bike trails. Future plans include the addition of a disc golf course.
Meeting at North Riverfront Park, Pioneer Valley Riverfront Club provides visitors with opportunities for rowing, dragon boating, and bicycling. The club hosts an annual dragon boat festival where visitors can watch or participate in three 200 meter races.