- Our list of the best things to do in Milton, Massachusetts, features the top 697 nearby activities — including 307 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Milton, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Quincy Quarries Reservation is a 22 acre park born from old granite quarries. It is highlighted by huge granite rock walls which can be used for rock climbing, and it also has several hiking trails and picnic areas.
An ice skating facility named for former mayor William Shea, Shea Memorial Skating Rink offers open skating sessions along with ice rental and hockey games. The facility also provides skate sharpening, skate rental and a snack bar.
Offering recliner seating and full surround-and-all-around sound, the AMC theatres in Braintree provide patrons the latest in digital projection and audio entertainment. IMAX features are scheduled in the morning, afternoon and evening.
Featuring auditoriums with reserved reclining seats, the AMC Braintree 10 is a movie theater that shows the latest film releases to its guests. Other amenities include closed captioning and listening devices for the hearing impaired and theater rentals.
Adams National Historical Park, in addition to the nearby estate called Peacefield, is the historic home of four generations of the Adams family which included U.S. Presidents, ambassadors, historians and more. The structures and their periods furnishings are preserved and available for viewing.
Spanning 4.5-acres of land, Cavanagh Stadium is a recreational stadium that supports activities including football, basketball, and running. The stadium was created to commemorate that life of Staff Sargeant Charles Cavanagh.
At Simon Kidgits Clubhouse, visitors can let their children explore play structures shaped like houses, airplanes, and cars. The playground is located in a shopping center and has a seating area for adults watching their kids.
The Quincy Historical Society operates the Quincy History Museum, among other historic attractions. The museum features exhibits spanning over 400 years of history, with particular emphasis on local native John Adams.