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National Cranberry Festival at Edaville USA

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Official Website:National Cranberry Festival at Edaville USA
Venue:Edaville USA
Location:7 Eda Avenue, Carver, MA, 02336
Phone:(877) EDAVILLE
Dates:Saturday, October 5, 2013 - Sunday, October 6, 2013
Hours:10:00am - 5:00pm
In/Outdoor:Outdoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Fairs & Festivals


National Cranberry Festival at Edaville USAEdavilleís annual National Cranberry Festival is a two-day event offering excitement and education for the whole family. Aspiring engineers of all ages will enjoy an authentic train ride through spectacular scenery, oftentimes past actual cranberry harvesting.

Festival features include a harvest marketplace of handcrafted goods and goodies, featuring all things cranberry, live musical entertainment, meet celebrity host The Cat In The Hat, cozy up for a photo opportunity or stay for story time with one of his favorite Seuss books, live dog agility demonstrations by Thunder Under & Over in Plympton, Irish Step dancing, pony rides, and you can even take a helicopter ride for a birdís eye view of our 1,300 acre cranberry plantation in all its fall beauty!

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$10 Festival Admission Plus Unlimited Train Rides; (All Ages 2 and Over); $19 Plus Unlimited Amusement Rides; (All Ages 2 and Over / $16 Seniors); Under 2 is Free

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7 Eda Avenue, Carver, MA, 02336 map

From Boston - Take Route 3 south to exit 6 (Route 44). Follow Route 44 west 8 miles to Carver and the intersection of Route 58. Turn South on Route 58 for 8 miles to Rochester Road. Turn right on Rochester Road, and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. The Edaville's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.

From areas West of Boston - Take Route 95 (128) South and follow directions above.

From Worcester & Area West of Route 495 - Take the
Mass Turnpike East to Route 495 South to Exit 2. Turn Left at end of ramp. Follow Route 58 north. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. The Edaville's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.

From Providence & Points West - Take I-195 east to exit 22 (I-495/Route 25). I-495/Route 25 north to exit 2 (Route 58 /Carver). Route 58 north 4 miles to Rochester Road. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. The Edaville's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.

From Cape Cod - Route 25 north to the Bourne Bridge to I-495 north to Exit 2 (Route 58/Carver). Route 58 north 4 miles to Rochester Road. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. The Edaville parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.

From New Hampshire - Route 93 or Route 3 south to Massachusetts
Route 495 South to Exit 2. Turn Left at end of ramp. Follow Route 58 north. Turn left on Rochester Road and follow for 1 mile to Pine Street. Turn right on Pine Street. The Edaville's parking lot is 500 feet ahead on the right.

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Not very friendly or helpful
We haven't been to the cranberry festival, but we did attend a 'Day Out With Thomas' at Edaville and were extremely disappointed. We'd purchased tickets for the wrong day (I know, our mistake) because the site kept crashing. However, when we arrived the next day, they wouldn't help us AT ALL! The manager came to speak with us and even he was unsympathetic. So we stood there with a crying 3-year-old and worthless tickets. They claimed they were completely sold out, but when my husband checked at the general admission booth, they had TONS of tickets! We ended up paying for our tickets TWICE but we won't go back ever! Once inside, we were very underwhelmed with the entire place as well as the staff.
Edaville National Cranberry Fest
We went on Sunday to the festival what a fabulous time we all had the place is so clean and stoller friendly. The train ride was fun but not very informative. There was lots to see and do and the food was good and prices were fair the boy scouts had a nice variety. The kettle corn was the best we ever had in our lives the people were nice and friendly and they gave us samples to try first we'll be going back next year for sure, I heard they do christmas lites may have to come back to check it out .
Edaville USA National Cranberry Festival
We really enjoyed this festival. The park was clean and the staff friendly. Our three children enjoyed the train ride and were genuinely interested in the cranberry harvesting. The Ocean Spray museum was fascinating and the train displays and play area were great for our younger children. The festival is definitely a 'small town' affair. The 'singer' was not a headliner. We enjoyed the local children's cheerleading team's performance. There was not a large selection of rides, but there were enough rides for our chilldren to enjoy. Overall, the Ocean Spray Museum was a class-act, the trainride was nice (it would have been wonderful without the piped-in music), the cranberry harvesting was very interesting, the food was unremarkable, the park was very clean and the staff was very friendly. I will go again.

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