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Gloucester Stage Company
Join us for our 35
anniversary season, featuring
Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living In Paris (musical), Auld Lang Syne, 4000 Miles, and
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Best of Boston 2009 Music Venue, Large...this harborside venue with the graceful sail-like tent and stunning skyline backdrop still posts the winning score...the right band on the right night, the Pavilion is nothing short of a concertgoer's nirvana.
Break out the sunscreen and pick a show, any show, at Boston's premiere outdoor amphitheater!
House of Blues Boston
Welcome to House of Blues Boston Presented by Alex and Ani. Visit us for live music, delta-inspired cuisine or a special event. Let music and food feed your soul.
Wheelock Family Theatre
North Shore Music Theatre
South Shore Music Circus
Coco Key Boston
It’s always sunny at CoCo Key indoor water park! The perfect rainy day activity for your family. Slide, Splash and Play! Have fun and enjoy our beachy feel – without the sand or sunburn.
Six Flags New England
Canobie Lake Park
Water Wizz of Cape Cod, Inc.
Joe's Playland is a family run entertainment center for kids of all ages. We have classic, as well, as state of the art games, ticket redemption, snack bar with Ice Cream, Cotton Candy, Carmel Corn and Candy Apples.
Little Harbor Boathouse
Pedal-Paddle-Sail-Fish! Hobie Kayaks & Standup Paddle Board sales, rentals & classes on scenic Little Harbor Marblehead. Hourly Rentals, Paddle Season Passes & Group Rentals for up to 30 paddlers. Guided Hobie Kayak Fishing Excursions and SUP Fly Fishing Classes! 4 day Summer Youth Paddle Programs for ages 9 - 15! Sunrise & Sunset Guided paddles. All equipment provided. No experience necessary. Try before you buy! Hobie Kayak/SUP Fishing Rentals and Class fee applied to same month purchase - only at Little Harbor Boathouse, your Authorized Hobie Kayak & SUP Dealer on Boston's North Shore.
Depart from Salem Willows any day of the week on a 90-minute tour of Salem Sound on board the Endeavour. Cruise by Bakers Island, Marblehead Neck, Misery Island and 5 Lighthouses.
The Butterfly Place
The Butterfly Place is an indoor garden filled with hundreds of freely-flying butterflies!
The Freedom Trail
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
New England Aquarium
Franklin Park Zoo
Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Revisit your childhood days with a trip to the Wenham Museum featuring 10 model train layouts, a renowned doll gallery, collectable toys, hands-on family-friendly exhibits, and a colonial house. Located on Boston’s North Shore. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm. Visit our website for more information.
Salem Witch Museum
Do you believe in witches? Dispel the myths at the Salem Witch Museum, Salem's most visited museum. Open year round with extended hours in July, August and October. Shop our Museum Store onsite or online. Visit our website or call for more information.
The House of Seven Gables
Discover the many surprises in The House of the Seven Gables. Your admission includes a guided tour through the Mansion, spectacular waterfront views of Salem Harbor, our three-season gardens and the Museum Store.
Plimoth Plantation, a Smithsonian Affiliate Institution, brings to life the stories of the Wampanoag people and English colonists, known as Pilgrims, and their interaction in 17th-century New England. Museum exhibits include the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, Craft Center, Nye Barn, historic Mayflower II and Plimoth Grist Mill.
Boston Children's Museum
Museum of Science Boston
Peabody Essex Museum
Salem Waterfront Hotel
The award winning Salem Waterfront hotel and Marina the perfect location for an intimate weekend get away, family escape or seaside corporate retreat by land or by sea. Impeccable accommodations, full service marina, on-site restaurant and lounge with outdoor seating , fabulous boutique shopping, world renown museums, Schooner sails and harbor cruises are just steps away from our front door.
Great stories begin in Salem, Massachusetts! Visit Salem this summer and travel back in time to the seventeenth century Salem Witch Trials, sail aboard a nineteenth century schooner, and explore the art and culture from around the world at the Peabody Essex Museum. Find treasures to take home in Salem’s unique shops, and dive into Salem’s amazing culinary scene for lunch or dinner.
MA Office of Travel & Tourism
Is there a word that means, “everything mind-blowingly amazing in one beautiful, welcoming place?”