- Our list of the best things to do in Holyoke, Massachusetts, features the top 151 nearby activities — including 64 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Holyoke, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Holyoke, MA , followed by 134 popular activities in nearby cities, including Springfield, Amherst, Northampton, Simsbury, Windsor, West Springfield, Deerfield, Westfield, Agawam, Enfield, South Windsor, Bloomfield, Ashfield and Chicopee
Located on 212 acres of land, Coggshall Park is a park that offers visitors the opportunity to spend time outdoors in a serene environment. The park offers many miles of wooded trails, a playground, and is dog-friendly.
98% 51 votes
2011 South Main Street, Middletown, CT 06457 MoreLess Info
Get a taste for high-flying adventure at Empower Leadership Sports & Adventure in Middletown, Connecticut. The company specializes in zipline tours and wilderness exercises that promote team-building and camaraderie. Individuals, families, groups and corporate clients are welcome.
Barker Animation Art Gallery is the world's largest animation and fine art gallery. They are currently celebrating their 20th year and feature art from all guests favorite studios including Disney and Warner.
Located on 63 acres of land, the Lincoln Woods Wildlife Sanctuary is a location that allows guests to enjoy themselves in a scenic, natural environment. Visitors commonly enjoy walking through the sanctuary's trail system while enjoying the surrounding wildlife.
47% 19 votes
461 Cornwall Bridge Rd, Route 4, Sharon, CT 6069 MoreLess Info
Enjoy the pick-your-own fruit experience at Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm in Sharon, Connecticut. Kids and adults are welcome. For the best experience, visit the farm in dry, temperate weather and wear mud-proof boots.
Resting on the summit of Pack Monadnock, Miller State Park is the New Hampshire's oldest state park, and offers a non-hiking alternative to viewing the summit, with road access and a picnic area. Three major hiking trails also ascend the mountain.
Spanning 300 acres, Machimoodus State Park is composed of woodlands, rivers, cove waterfronts, and scenic hiking trails. Picnic areas and pit toilets are available, and birdwatching, fishing, and horseback riding are permitted.
A 300-acre park, Machimoodus State Park features a variety of landscapes, including woods, meadows, uplands, and waterfront areas. Visitors can bird watch, hike the extensive trails, or simply relax and take in nature.