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Westwood Public LibraryWestwood, 781-326-7562, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Action AthleticsNewton, (617) 916-9957&#
Wanna train like a Ninja Warrior? This Obstacle and Personal Training Gym with more than 25 obstacles and endless configurations serves as a fun and challenging alternative to the conventional concept of fitness.

Acton ArboretumActon, Free
The Acton Arboretum, in the town’s center, consists of 64 acres of woods, meadows, swamp, ponds, old apple orchards, a glacial esker, and a bog.

Acton Bowladrome & ArcadeActon, (978) 263-7638, $
Acton Bowladrome & Arcade is a family-owned and operated business, entertaining in Acton, Massachusetts for more than 35 years. They have bowling for every age and skill level, a large arcade and a pool table.

Acton Memorial LibraryActon, 978-264-9641, Free
The Acton library is a fun, free place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy a nice-sized children's area, computers, story hours and of course, discount museum passes.

ActonArt Drawing SchoolActon
ActonArt Drawing School provides drawing and fine art instruction to students ranging in age from five years to adults. This curriculum driven program is designed to teach to the strengths and abilities of general age ranges, however class sizes are limited and small so staff can focus on the needs of individual students as well.

African Drumming Birthday Party With RhythmKidsConcord, (888) 569-0712
Take an exciting, imaginary journey around the world to experience unique instruments and sounds at every stop. Sing, dance and get hands-on drum time together as we form your own drum circle!

Alpine Field PlaygroundWayland, Free
This is a newer playground specially designed for the toddler set. It features a wide variety of play structures and a sandbox with equipment and toys. Fenced in, with a gate, in a quiet wooded setting.

Amazing Things Art CenterFramingham, 508-405-2787, $$
A Beautiful Renovated 1908 Firehouse 3 blocks from the Framingham train station with parking in the rear. Amazing Things Arts Center is the place to find the best in music - from jazz to classical, visual arts - from sculpture to paint and theater - from comedy to musicals.

American Heritage MuseumHudson, (978) 562-9182, $$
The American Heritage Museum showcases operational old-time tanks, automobiles, aircraft, and other machinery, with interactive exhibits. The Museum was created to educate, entertain and enlighten visitors in the history of our military and veterans.

Animal Adventures Family Zoo & Science CenterBolton, (978) 779-8988, $
See exotic animals from around the world at Animal Adventures. Vacation programs, camps, programs, and birthday parties.

Apex Entertainment CenterMarlborough, (508) 251-8666, $$
With over 80,000 square feet of space, Apex Entertainment Center is excited to offer an entertainment experience like no other. Featured attractions will include kart racing, bowling, laser tag, ropes course, bumper cars, an arcade and more!

Applefield FarmStow, (508) 897-2699, $$
Applefield Farm is a 25 acre diversified organic (uncertified) farm specializing in a variety of seasonal vegetables, fruits, and flowers.

Arlington Center For The ArtsArlington, 781.648.6220, $$
Arlington Center for the Arts is a vibrant community art center and a cornerstone for the creative community in Arlington – and beyond.

Arlington Children's TheaterArlington, $$
Arlington Children's Theater is a nonprofit community organization dedicated to creating positive theatrical experiences for children aged 5 through 18.

Arlington Children's TheaterArlington, $$
Arlington Children's Theater is a nonprofit community organization dedicated to creating positive theatrical experiences for children aged 5 through 18.

Arlington Children's TheaterArlington, $$
Arlington Children's Theater is a nonprofit community organization dedicated to creating positive theatrical experiences for children aged 5 through 18.

Arlington Fox Branch LibraryArlington, 781-316-3198, Free
The Fox Branch Library in Arlington - Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours, music hour, and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Arlington, Robbins LibraryArlington, (781) 316-3200, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Armenian Library & Museum of AmericaWatertown, (617) 926-2562, $
Armenian Library and Museum of America (ALMA) houses the most extensive collection of Armenian artifacts in North America, with over 20,000 items, 20,000 books, 5,000 coins, 3,000 textiles, 930 rare books, 800 oral histories and 170 Armenian oriental rugs.

ArtBeatArlington, 781-646-2200
Try the Artbeat drop-in open studio for kids crafts projects. The hands-on art studio is open to the public every day and serves artists from 4 - adult.

Artbeat Birthday PartiesArlington, 781.646.2200, $$
Artbeat hosts birthday parties for children ages five through the teens. Parties include 1 hour of craft time to complete a project and 1/2 hour for refreshment.

Auburndale CoveNewton, Free
A very peaceful park on the Charles River in Newton. There are ducks, geese and swans for kids to feed, and playground equipment for tots and kids. There is also a picnic area and restrooms.

Bates PlaygroundWellesley, Free
Two playgrounds in one, featuring a large play structure with 3 slides, a rock climbing wall and some swings. Another play area in the front has a rope climb, monkey sliders, and undergound microphones.

BB Kidz KlubWestford, 978 496-1813, $$
A fun indoor playground and party facility dedicated on keeping things fresh and new. During the week we offer a great place for the stay at home moms and dads to get out with their little ones and enjoy their day.

BB Kidz KlubMarlborough, (508) 251-1924, $$
A fun indoor playground and party facility dedicated on keeping things fresh and new. During the week we offer a great place for the stay at home moms and dads to get out with their little ones and enjoy their day.

Beantown Playspace at the Natick MallNatick, xx, Free
Conveniently located in the heart of Shoppers' World, the Natick Mall offers amenities for kids like the new Children's PlaySpace 'Beantown', located on the second level near JC Penney.

Beaver Brook Reservation Spray Deck & PlaygroundBelmont, (617) 727-5380, Free
Ideal for toddlers through age 5 years. There are swings, slides and climbing structures, as well as a nifty Spray Pool that includes boulders for kids to climb over.

Bedford Free Public LibraryBedford, 781-275-9440, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes.

Belkin Family Lookout FarmNatick, 508-653-0653, $$$$
Lookout Farm is one of the oldest working farms in MA. Pick your own apples & shop the market for fresh produce.

Belmont KidspaceBelmont, 617-484-8697, $
Belmont KidSpace, a cooperative indoor play space for kids age 5 and under invites families to escape from the cold and experience a wide-range of playtime fun.

Belmont Public LibraryBelmont, 617-489-2000, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes.

Belmont ToysBelmont, 617-484-1101, $$
Belmont Toys is an inviting neighborhood toy store filled with great games, dolls, blocks, puzzles and other toys.

Bobby's RanchWestford, (978) 263-7165, $$
A rustic ranch nestled behind Nagog Park, Bobby's Ranch offers hay rides and sleigh rides, horseback riding lessons, trail rides, and beautiful views of nature.

Boch Ice CenterDedham, 781-326-0085, $
The Boch Ice Center of Dedham is home to various hockey and skating programs across the state. The state of the art facility has two ice surfaces, training gym, street hockey court, and heated lounge area.

Boston Ballet Birthday PartiesNewton, 617.456.6405, $$
Celebrate your child’s special day in our studios! Birthday parties include a 45 minute ballet or creative movement class, goodie bags, craft activity, and use of tables, chairs and dance props.

Boston College Athletics (NCAA)Newton, 617-552-GoBC, $$$
View the latest news and information about the entire athletic program at Boston College, including football, basketball, & hockey scores, schedules, & ticket i

Boston PaintballAshland, 508-879-6621, $$
Celebrating a birthday? Kids outgrown a lot of the old options? We have got your new go-to for guaranteed party success! Boston Paintball offers 2 versions of the game and BOTH are enormous amounts of FUN!!

Boston PaintballMaynard, (978) 263-1277, $$
Celebrating a birthday? Kids outgrown a lot of the old options? We have got your new go-to for guaranteed party success! Boston Paintball offers 2 versions of the game and BOTH are enormous amounts of FUN!!

Broadmoor Wildlife SanctuaryNatick, 508-655-2296, $
Nine miles of walking trails guide you through a variety of field, woodland, and wetland habitats. See beavers, otters, and wood ducks in the marsh.

Brush and Easel Art StudioSudbury, 978-261-5153, $$
Brush and Easel is an art studio that offers classes and workshops for children ages 5-14. At night, we have BYOB Paint and Sip painting workshops for adults. We also offer birthday party packages, fundraising events and private parties.

Build A Bear - Birthday PartiesNatick, (508) 651-0241, $$$
Build a Bear Workshop Parties are fun and creative. Best of all, each guest goes home with a new best friend - a cute stuffed animal that they make!

Callahan State ParkFramingham, (508) 653-9641, Free
Callahan State Park is an 820-acre reserve area with 7 miles of marked trails for fishing, hiking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing.

Carver Hill OrchardStow, (978) 897-6117, $$
Old-fashioned, scenic farm offering 'Pick Your Own' apples. Also grows peaches and veggies. Carver has a very large cider-pressing operation.

Center For Arts in NatickNatick, (508) 647-0097, $$
TCAN provides a cultural center to the MetroWest Boston region, where national and emerging artists present performances, literary events, and art exhibitions in an environment that brings together individuals and families, children and seniors.

Central Rock Gym (CRG): WatertownWatertown, 617-744-0081, $$
Located just outside of Boston proper, CRG Watertown has over 28,000 sq. ft of climbing, with walls reaching as high as 50 feet. CRG Watertown is one of the most advanced gyms in New England featuring the biggest lead structure on the East Coast.

Chapel School Of Creative ArtsLexington, 781-674-2862, $$
Chapel School of Creative Arts offers after-school theater classes for children in Grades 2 - 12, ages 8-18.

Charles River Museum of Industry School & Group ProgramsWaltham, 781-893-5410, $$
The museum’s school visit program connects the historical and engineering aspects of the Massachusetts Education Frameworks to a museum tour and innovation activities.

Charles River Museum of Industry & InnovationWaltham, 781-893-5410, $
The Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation explores the inventions that powered America into the modern age -- steam engines, generators, timepieces, machine tools, bicycles, automobiles, and hundreds of other gizmos - plus the geniuses who perfected them.

Chelmsford Forum Ice RinkChelmsford, (978) 670-3700, $
A full service indoor ice skating facility dedicated to providing a wide variety of skating programs for all ages and abilities. The arena features seating for 3,500, and snacks and light fare at the Ice Box Café.

Chip-In FarmBedford, (781) 275-2545, Free
A family owned working farm complete with an adorable little petting zoo, fresh eggs & produce, and an old-fashioned penny candy stand.

Chocolate Therapy Birthday PartiesFramingham, (508) 875-1571, $$
Chocolate Therapy is dedicated to providing unique handmade artisan chocolates as well as locally produced chocolates. Framingham is our 2nd location featuring Kids & Adult parties, private events including Chocolate and Wine tastings and Chocolate Classes coming soon.

Chuck E. CheeseNatick, (508) 650-9497, $$
Chuck E. Cheese kid's arcade host birthday parties that include 90 minutes of table time, food, drinks, cake and playtime with tokens for games.

Clay DreamsArlington, 781.641.3000, $$
Clay dreams is a family-owned business with more than 30 years of experience in the ceramic arts and has been an Arlington landmark since 1999.

CLOSED: American Girl Boston StoreNatick, 877-247-5223., $$$
This location has permanently closed. Boston's American Girl store is at the Natick Mall, just a few miles west of the city. Girls can enjoy their favorite shops, casual dining in the Bistro, and extra-special celebrations.

Cochituate State ParkNatick, (508)653-9641
A popular day park featuring water based activities including boating, swimming, windsurfing, and fishing on its three large lakes.

Codman Community FarmLincoln, (781) 259-0456, $
Enjoy this historic small farm area with barnyard animals a store, and family events.

Colonial Figure Skating ClubBoxborough, $$
The Colonial Figure Skating Club has been leading the way in Learn to Skate FUN for over 40 years! Our dedicated staff is comprised of coaches with the highest standards of rankings, certifications and coaching experience.

Concord MuseumConcord, 978-369-9763, $$
Engaging galleries, & period rooms provide an introduction to Concord' s history from Native America through 1775 and to the days of Emerson and Thoreau.

Concord Museum Story HoursConcord, 978-369-9763, $$
Story Hours at Concord Museum are offered the 4th Friday of each month, From Oct.- May, for kids ages 3-5 with an adult. Includes snack and book-related activit

Concord Playground & Spray FountainConcord, Free
Great open playground, better for preschool age, but toddlers can climb too with supervision. Features a great spray fountain for those hot summer days.

Concord Public LibraryConcord, 978-318-3300, Free
Concord's main library has an inviting classic atmosphere with 4 levels of balconies surrounding the entrance hall and rows and rows of stacks to explore on the upper levels. Enjoy the robust children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes.

Concord Youth TheatreConcord, 978-371-1482, $$
CYT is committed to making high-quality live theatre accessible, relevant, and memorable for young people and their families. Through their performance company productions, and theatre arts classes, CYT brings the excitement of live theatre to hundreds of participants and audience members each season.

Creative Arts Parties at the Leventhal-Sidman JCCNewton, (617) 558-6480, $$
Celebrate your child's birthday with a creative arts party at the JCC! Party themes and projects include pottery, woodworking, jewelry making, mosaics and Princess Parties.

Danforth ArtFramingham, (508) 620-0050, $
The Museum galleries at Danforth Art provide an ever-changing art landscape, with many reasons for visitors to return. Seasonal exhibitions draw from our collections and from emerging and established regional artists—and are often complemented by such programming as talks by artists and curators.

deCordova Sculpture Park and MuseumLincoln, 781-259-8355, $$
The DeCordova Sculpture Park, encompassing 35 acres of rolling woodlands and lawns, is the largest park of its kind in New England.

DHAC Rock GymDedham, 781-326-2900, $$
DHAC Rock Gym has 26 top rope walls, lead climbing, bouldering, and cosmic climbing. Kids (ages 5-16 years) instructional classes are offered for DHAC members and non-members. Adult climbing, belay courses and more are available. Gym is also available for birthday parties and functions.

Discovery MuseumActon, 978-264-4200, $$
The Children's Discovery Museum now has has twice the exhibit space of the original museum and includes significant new galleries for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) experiences including water; air; tinkering, design, and engineering; early brain development; math; light and color; and sound.

Dowse OrchardsSherborn, (508) 653-2639
If you want some simple apple picking fun, try Dowse Orchards in Sherborn. They have a nice farm stand and you enter the orchard on a dirt road off North Main St. Beautiful orchard and views as you're picking.

Drumlin FarmLincoln, (781) 259-2200, $$
As a Mass Audubon Society wildlife sanctuary, Drumlin Farm offers many educational opportunities for kids, families and adults.

Elm Bank at Mass Horticultural SocietyWellesley, 617-933-4900, $
Mass Hort’s 36-acre hands-on horticulture center offers adults and children the opportunity to experience, enjoy and learn about plants and the environment. Perfect for walking, running, hiking, playing, picnicking, bike riding, exploring, kite flying, relaxing -- and for taking beautiful photos!

EMC PlaygroundHopkinton, Free
The EMC Playground in Hopkinton is wonderful for a variety of ages - more for toddlers. There is a lot of shade, benches, four baby/toddler swings, and the climb-on area is big enough for mom to get up there too with a toddler.

Extra Innings Indoor Baseball & Softball Training CentersWatertown, (617) 393-3858, $$$
New England's finest year round indoor baseball & indoor softball training facility is dedicated to fulfilling the needs of players of all ages and abilities.

Exxcel Gymnastics & ClimbingNewton, 617-244-3300, $$$
Gymnastics (Ages 3 & up) or Climbing (Ages 7 & up) Birthday Parties for children. Age-appropriate obstacle courses, relay races & games including our popular foam pits and trampolines.

Framingham Public LibraryFramingham, 508-879-3570, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Fruitlands MuseumHarvard, (978) 456-3924, $$
One of the first outdoor museums in America, at Fruitlands visitors discover the stories, experiments and ideals of the Alcotts, Shakers, utopians, artists and Native peoples. Fruitlands four galleries, singular collections, over 200 pastoral acres, trails and vistas stir the imagination.

Fruitlands Museum School Group ProgramsHarvard, 978.456.3924 x29, $
Fruitlands has several onsite educational program available for school, scout, and other groups of children. Programs include a tour and a hands-on activity and integrate multiple layers of learning to satisfy a broad range of curriculum requirements.

Fruitlands Museum Walking TrailsHarvard, (978) 456-3924, Free
Take a morning stroll over the land of Fruitlands Museum. Enjoy a peaceful walk through Fruitlands' varied landscapes on 3.2 miles of well-marked walking trails.

Garden In The Woods: New England Wild Flower SocietyFramingham, 508-877-7630, $$
This ever-changing living museum — New England's premier wildflower garden — has more than 1600 kinds of plants, and beautiful walking trails.

Girl Talk at the SpaNewton Highlands, 617-306-4565, $$$$
Girl Talk at the Spa is a unique place to have your party or special event. We specialize in birthday parties for girls, ages 6 -17. What’s better than pampering with dazzling hairstyles and nails? Your birthday girl will be a princess for the day.

Girls & Tiaras PartiesWaltham, (857) 204-5012, $$$
Girls & Tiaras Parties is a place for your girl memorable celebrations ! We take the stress out of the party for you. Glamour and lot of fun are part of every event thoughtfully designed to make every girl feel special! Our creative themes, décor, dresses,sparkling tiaras, and a collection of fun activities make a perfectly enchanting day!

Golden Ball Tavern MuseumWeston, (781) 894-1751
A fascinating glimpse of Americana, learn about the history of a colonial tavern, a gracious home, and the six generations of the Weston Colonial family that lived in it.

Goldfish Swim SchoolNeedham, 781-881-2108, $$
Goldfish Swim School offers swim lessons for children ages 4 months and up, as well as family swim times, a rec team and birthday parties.

Goldfish Swim SchoolWestford, (978) 799-2700, $$
Goldfish Swim School offers swim lessons for children ages 4 months and up, as well as family swim times, a rec team and birthday parties.

Goldfish Swim SchoolMarlborough, $$
Goldfish Swim School offers swim lessons for children ages 4 months and up, as well as family swim times, a rec team and birthday parties.

Golf on the Village GreenNatick, (508) 653-4671, $
For over 44 years, Golf on the Village Green has been a true reminder of the Freedom Trail and carries an educational and patriotic theme. The hand crafted, miniature historical buildings, life-size statues and other colonial replicas make this a unique miniature golf experience.

Gore Place MansionWaltham, (781) 894-2798, $$
Visit Gore place, a beautifullay renovated mansion & estate built in 1806. Explore the grounds of this 45-acre estate as a family! Children ages 3-9 with accompanying adults can explore the gardens, brook, and open spaces & visit the farm

Great Brook Farm State ParkCarlisle, (978) 369-6312, Free
The park is open year round from sunrise to sunset and is available to the public free of charge. The ice cream stand, and daily barn tours are available throug

Great Meadows National Wildlife RefugeSudbury, Free
Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located just 20 miles west of Boston. Roughly 85 percent of the refuge's 3,600 acres is comprised of valuable freshwater wetlands stretching along 12 miles of the Concord and Sudbury Rivers. There is an easy walking loop less than 2 miles that is great for discovering wildlife.

Great Meadows National Wildlife RefugeConcord, Free
Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located just 20 miles west of Boston. Roughly 85 percent of the refuge's 3,600 acres is comprised of valuable freshwater wetlands stretching along 12 miles of the Concord and Sudbury Rivers. There is an easy walking loop less than 2 miles that is great for discovering wildlife.

Grist Mill at Wayside InnSudbury, Free
The Wayside Inn Grist Mill opened on Thanksgiving Day, 1929 and was built under the direction of former Wayside Inn owner and automobile maker Henry Ford.

Gymboree Birthday PartiesNewton, 617-244-2988, $$$
Come have fun, play, sing, and, best of all, let someone else clean up! Host your 1 to 5 year old's party at one of our convenient, Boston area locations

Habitat Education Center & Wildlife SanctuaryBelmont, 617-489-5050, $
Just 6 miles from downtown Boston, Habitat is an 88-acre Mass. Audubon urban oasis devoted to environmental education. Over 2.5 miles of gentle trails wind through deciduous and evergreen forests, across meadows, around 2 ponds, and along a wetland containing a vernal pool.

Hancock-Clarke HouseLexington, (781) 862-1703, Free
Dr Joseph Warren of Boston sent William Dawes and Paul Revere to Lexington with news of the advancing British troops. Arriving separately, they stopped to warn Hancock and Adams, then set off for Concord.

Hanson’s FarmFramingham, (508) 877-3058
Hanson’s Farm in Framingham offers seasonal pick-your-own strawberries. In addition, there are farm animals to view.

Hardy School PlaygroundWellesley, Free
This is an awesome playground with lots of climbing structures, slides, swings, 2 baby swings, room to run around, and plenty of shade. Great for all ages.

Harold Fay Memorial Park & PlaygroundSouthborough, Free
What a great park for kids of all ages! There is a gated/enclosed toddler park and a play set for older kids too. Grassy area and ball field are nice, and there is a covered structure where you can get out of the sun. Parking is along the street.

Harvard Public LibraryHarvard, 978-456-4114, Free
After years of planning, designing, preparation and construction, the new Harvard Public Library at Old Bromfield was formally dedicated on April 7, 2007 and opened to the public on April 10, 2007. The beautiful building houses over 55,00 volumes and offers many programs and services.

Historic Newton at Jackson HomesteadNewton, 617-796-1450, $$
Discover what life was like for New England’s earliest settlers. Learn about the abolition movement in Newton and how the Jackson family used their home as a stop on the Underground Railroad.

Honey Pot Hill OrchardStow, 978 562-5666, $$
Pick your own apples, blueberries & pears, pet & feed the barnyard animals, enjoy a hayride, or find your way through the hedge maze.

Hudson Art AllianceHudson, 978-562-1646
The mission of the Hudson Area Arts Alliance is to catalyze the furthering of the visual and performing arts in the Hudson, Marlborough and surrounding communities.

Indigo Fire - Clay and Glass Art StudioBelmont, 617 489 2730, $$
Indigo Fire is a new Clay and Glass Art Studio in Belmont, close to Arlington, Cambridge and Lexington. We have 6 pottery wheels, a Clay Hand Building table and a Glass Fusing area. We also offer a line of Hand Made Pottery for Painting.

Inside PlayGroundWatertown, 877.2929.FUN, $$
Four season indoor play area for children. Enjoy 8000 SF of spacious area for the kids to enjoy physical activities (inflated structures, slides, swings, play-cars, ball-pools, etc.) as well as sit-down games (books, puzzles, miniature furniture, dolls, computers, etc.).

Inside PlayGroundWatertown, 617.923.1772, $$
Four season indoor play area for children. Enjoy 8000 SF of spacious area for the kids to enjoy physical activities (inflated structures, slides, swings, play-cars, ball-pools, etc.) as well as sit-down games (books, puzzles, miniature furniture, dolls, computers, etc.).

Jam TimeMaynard, 978-897-2917, $$
Jam Time is Metro West's premiere play space catering to little ones 3 months - 6 years old. Jam Time offers a huge indoor playground, classes, and parties!

Jam TimeNatick, 01760, $$
Jam Time is Metro West's premiere play space catering to little ones 3 months - 6 years old. Jam Time offers a huge indoor playground, classes, and parties!

Jam TimeNorwood, 781-269-5390, $$
Jam Time is Metro West's premiere play space catering to little ones 3 months - 6 years old. Jam Time offers a huge indoor playground, classes, and parties!

Jammin With You!Wellesley, 781-237-1511, $$
Jammin With You (JWY) is a modern, intimidation-free, music program that seeks to inspire a lifelong love of music and the arts in all of our students from babies to bands. In addition to classes, JWY! hosts birthday parties, concerts and offers private, in home music lessons.

Jordans IMAX TheaterNatick, (508) 424-0088, $$
IMAX at Jordan's Furniture is the ultimate movie experience. With crystal clear images up to eight stories high, and wrap-around digital surround sound, IMAX takes you to places you only imagined.

Jump AroundFramingham, (508) 318-8823, $$
Jump Around is a fun indoor children party center featuring huge air-filled play structures, and two separate party rooms reserved for your very own private parties or group events.

Jump N SlideNewton, (617) 969-JUMP, $$
Jump N’ Slide is an indoor family entertainment center in Newton featuring an oversized bounce castle, a bouncey obstacle course, and an inflatable competition mountain. Jump N’ Slide also features a large outdoor play area.

KidSpot PlaygroundAshland, Free
The playground is designed for children under 8. There are swings (including baby swing), slides, places to climb, a sandbox, and open space to run around. The playground is located next to Stone Park near Ashland center.

Kimball FarmWestford, (978) 486-3891, $$$
Kimball Farm is loaded with family fun including great Ice Cream, Mini Golf, Driving Range, Grill, Country Store, Farm Animals, & of course, a fun Bumper Boat Lagoon.

Kimball FarmCarlisle, (978) 369-1910, $$$
Kimball Farm is loaded with family fun including great Ice Cream, Mini Golf, Driving Range, Grill, Country Store, Farm Animals, & of course, a fun Bumper Boat Lagoon.

Kimball Farm Mini GolfWestford, (978) 486-3891, $$
Our two 18 hole adventure style miniature golf courses along with our 6000 square foot bumper boat pond is the exciting place to be! Cascading waterfalls splash onto drawbridges from peaks as high as 28 feet. Whatever path you take, adventure awaits!

Kings BowlingDedham, (781) 329-6000, $$$
Kings Bowl first opened its doors in 2002 in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay. Each Kings location features upscale, retro-inspired décor and executive-chef designed menus.

Lake BoonStow, $
Lake Boon in Stow has a quiet, family friendly beach (Stow Town Beach) with a playground and bathrooms. The beach is located at the north end of the lake, off of Sudbury Road.

Land's Sake FarmWeston, 781-893-1162, Free
Land's Sake Farm is a non-profit, organic, educational farm in Weston, MA providing hay rides, a farm stand and pick-your own fruits and vegetables.

Launch Trampoline ParkWatertown, 781.373.3373, $$
Launch Trampoline Park is an indoor sports and family entertainment facility serving the Watertown area. With over 18,000 sq. feet of connected trampolines forming one GIANT jumping surface and angled trampoline walls to bounce off of, Launch will get your whole family off the couch and in the air in no time!

Launch Trampoline ParkNorwood, 781.255.JUMP, $$
Launch Trampoline Park is an indoor sports and family entertainment facility serving the Watertown area. With over 18,000 sq. feet of connected trampolines forming one GIANT jumping surface and angled trampoline walls to bounce off of, Launch will get your whole family off the couch and in the air in no time!

Learning ExpressSudbury, (978) 443-9526, $$
Learning Express offers fascinating and fun toys designed to spark the imagination of children. Carries all the best lines including Brio, Lamaze and Wimmer Fer

Lexington Cary Memorial LibraryLexington, 781-862-6288, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Lexington Historical SocietyLexington, 781-862-1703, Free
The Lexington Historical Society operates three historic houses: Buckman Tavern, Hancock Clark House and Munroe Tavern. Guided tours are available from April

Liberty RideLexington, (781) 862-0500, $$$
Visit the birthplaces of American liberty and 19th century literature! Ride along the historic Battle Road while your costumed guide recounts exciting events that defined America.

Lincoln Laboratory Classroom PresentationsLexington, Free
Lincoln Laboratory scientists and engineers are available to give free presentations in local K-12 classrooms.

Lincoln Public LibraryLincoln, 781-259-8465, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Loch Ness Play CenterChelmsford, $$
Located in the newly renovated Chelmsford Town Center, Loch Ness Play Center offers young families in Chelmsford, MA and surrounding towns a high-quality family recreation and enrichment center. Offerings include birthday parties, enrichment classes, play structures, slides, and imagination-inspiring play areas for children aged 6 months to 10 years old.

Longfellow Children's CenterWayland, (508) 358-0710, $$
The Longfellow Children's Center Clubhouses offers a new, ultra-convenient drop-in childcare option for busy parents.

Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House - Home of the AlcottsConcord, 978-369-4118, $
Orchard House is the former home of author Louisa May Alcott (Little Women). Very homey and informal - shown by 30 minute tours only.

Lussiano Park Spray PoolArlington, 781-316-3880, Free
The spray pool is located at Lussiano Park next to Thompson School on North Union Street and is open and free to the public. Once school has concluded for the summer, the spray pool will be open Daily.

Mad Science BirthdaysWaltham, (781) 899-6006
Be a Mad Scientist on your birthday!!! Make slime, learn out rockets, and lasers. We come to you. Best for ages 5-12 years old.

Maynard Public LibraryMaynard, (978) 897-1010, Free
Welcome to the new library at Maynard. The new library was recently opened after an extensive renovation and move to it's new location on 77 Nason Street.

Metrowest YMCAFramingham, (508) 879-4420, $$
More than 13,000 families and individuals participate in a wide variety of programs and services offered by the MetroWest YMCA.

Minuteman Bike TrailArlington, 617 727 3180, Free
10.5 mile bike trail that runs from Cambridge through Arlington, Lexington and Bedford. Starts at the Alewife T Stop. Rollerblading, running, walking, biking.

Minuteman National ParkConcord, (978) 369-6993, Free
Created in 1959, Minute Man National Historical Park (NHP) preserves and protects the significant historic sites, structures, properties, and landscapes associated with some of the first battles of the American Revolution.

Minuteman National Park School & Group ProgramsConcord, (978)318-7832, Free
Education programs at Minute Man National Historical Park are designed to align with the Massachusetts Curriculum Standards. Self Guided Visits and Ranger Guided Groups Visits are available.

Monster Mini GolfNorwood, 781-762-3100, $
Monster Mini Golf is an indoor, mildly spooky 18 hole glow-in-the-dark mini golf course. Fluorescent golf clubs, balls, props, walls, and special effects are illuminated with lots of black lights.

Murphy PlaygroundNatick, Free
Nice fenced in playground along Route 27. Includes 4 Baby swings, plenty of shade, sandbox, a large fun climbing structure, slides, and lots of room to run around.

Museum of Russian IconsClinton, 978.598.5000
The Museum of Russian Icons was founded as a non-profit educational museum by Gordon Lankton - whose many business trips to Russia led him to a life-long fascination with Russian culture, and with Russian icons in particular. 

My Gym Birthday PartiesNewton, 617.243.9GYM, $$$
Birthday Parties at MyGym are 1 ½ or 2 hr private events. My Gym instructors guide the children through organized games and activities. The staff handles everything, including setup and cleanup.

My Gym Birthday PartiesFramingham, 508.370-9GYM, $$$
Birthday Parties at MyGym are 1 ½ or 2 hr private events. My Gym instructors guide the children through organized games and activities. The staff handles everything, including setup and cleanup.

Mystic BowlingMillis, (508) 376-1101, $$
Mystic Bowling...A State-of-the-Art Light and Sound Show to accompany your bowling FUN is offered by Ryan Family Amusements at five Cape Cod locations. The normal lighting gives way to a special illumination that reveals a kaleidoscope light show.

NARA Park & PlaygroundActon, 978-264-9608, $
During the summer, the beach portion at NARA has a daily rate for swimming. Families can rent boats, use the playground, walk the trails, or take in a concert at the ampitheatre.

Nara Park & Swim AreaActon, 978-264-9608, $$
NARA Park is a relatively new park which was opened just six years ago off Rt. 27 in Acton, MA. NARA Park is open to the public year round. This is a beautiful place to your family.

Nashoba Valley Olympia Ice Skating RinkBoxborough, (978) 263-3020, $
Founded in 1966, Nashoba Valley Olympia of Boxborough, MA is an indoor rink and open year round. Nashoba Valley Olympia offers many uses of its ice rink, including public skating, skating lessons, ice hockey, and even birthday parties.

Nashoba Valley Snow Tubing & SkiingWestford, (978) 692-3033, $$
Cruise the slopes of Nashoba Valley's Snow Tubing Park seven days and seven nights. Bring the family and enjoy one of the fastest-growing winter recreational activities.

Natick Morse Institute LibraryNatick, 508-647-6520, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

National Heritage Museum School & Group ProgramsLexington, 781-457-4142, $
The National Heritage Museum offers opportunities to explore American history and culture for all ages.

Navin Ice Skating RinkMarlborough, (508) 624-5580, $
The Navin arena is a full service skating facility offering an extensive variety of skating programs, inlcuding public skating & skate rentals for all ages and abilities.

Needham Public LibaryNeedham, 781-455-7559, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Newton Free LibraryNewton, 617-796-1360, Free
The Newton library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Newton Sewing StudioNewtonville, (617) 213-0344, $$
Do you or your children want to learn to sew? Does your sewing machine intimidate you? You're not the only one! At Newton Sewing Studio you can learn to sew your own clothing, toys, bags, pillows, and more!

Northborough Free LibraryNorthborough, (508) 393-5025, Free
The Northborough Free Library was founded in 1868. Captain Cyrus Gale contributed $1000 to the start of a public library, which was housed in the town hall.

Old Frog Pond FarmHarvard, (978) 456-9828
Old Frog Pond Farm is a 25 acre organic farm with chickens, a raspberry patch, apple orchard and sculpture studio. The 2 acre orchard is certified organic as well as the raspberry patch.

Old Manse HouseConcord, (978) 369-3909, $$
No house in Concord has a more evocative atmosphere or a greater variety of historic associations than The Old Manse. Inhabitants like Nathanial & Sophia Hawthorne and Ralph Waldo Emerson fill the rich history of the home with interesting details.

Old North BridgeConcord, 978-369-6993, Free
Site where the shot heard round the world was fired. Stroller friendly paths give passage to a serene park area with a view of the river.

One Stack FarmStow, (978) 897-9484, $
One Stack is a small farm growing 12 varieties of apples. If you like to pick apples in a beautiful, quiet, and well kept orchard than try Stack Farm.

One Stop FunWestford, (978) 692-9907, $$
Family activity center that includes a full service play structure with tunnels and tubes, full size trampoline with safety net, gymnastics and other classes, and summer swimming.

Percy Rideout PlaygroundConcord, Free
Wonderful outdoor playground with a jungle gym, swings, and cedar grounds. Equipment is shaded for sunny days.

Pinecones & NeedlesBelmont, 617-484-0144, $$
We provide a media free environment where families find inspiration to craft beautiful objects, learn to knit and buy traditional wooden and European toys.

Pitch & Putt Golf at Kimball FarmWestford, (978) 486-3891, $
The par-3, 9 hole pitch and putt golf course features full-sized greens with distances ranging from forty to one hundred yards. It is perfect for beginners as well as challenging for advanced players wanting to improve their short game. Each green has two tees allowing it to be played from a long or short distance depending on your skill.

Plaster Fun TimeFramingham, (508) 879-3200, $
We are the Boston-area original for anytime creative fun. With 9 area locations, there is a location near you. All our stores have thousands of pieces to choose from that you take home the SAME DAY! For kids 2 and up – you NEVER need a reservation.

Plaster Fun TimeDedham, (781) 326-4445, $
We are the Boston-area original for anytime creative fun. With 9 area locations, there is a location near you. All our stores have thousands of pieces to choose from that you take home the SAME DAY! For kids 2 and up – you NEVER need a reservation.

Plaster Fun TimeChelmsford, (617) 262-1230, $
We are the Boston-area original for anytime creative fun. With 9 area locations, there is a location near you. All our stores have thousands of pieces to choose from that you take home the SAME DAY! For kids 2 and up – you NEVER need a reservation.

Plaster Fun TimeWaltham, (781)788-9600, $
We are the Boston-area original for anytime creative fun. With 9 area locations, there is a location near you. All our stores have thousands of pieces to choose from that you take home the SAME DAY! For kids 2 and up – you NEVER need a reservation.

Playtown ExpressSouthborough, 508-480-0022, $$
An indoor playground with the addition of drop-off care. This Play center offers state-of-the-art equipment suitable for children 0-9 years of age.

Pool Plaza: One Stop FunWestford, (978) 692-9907, $$
For summer fun enjoy the huge outdoor pool equipped with giant slides. Water level ranges from 1.5 feet to 6 feet, so kids of all ages can have a blast here.

PopUpPartyUSANewtonville, $$
A unique party idea for kids. Surprise your child and friends with a sleepover tent party! We'll transform your bedroom, basement or living room into a breathtaking wonderland! We'll provide the whole Pop-Up. Tents, garland, mattresses, decorative pillows and more.

Powisset FarmDover, (508) 785-0339, Free
Powisset Farm features a classic old barn, pond, pigs “Tink” and “Molly,” chickens, 104 acres of fields, and more than a mile of new hiking trails. Come discover what makes this a special place for the community! Event is free to all.

PuzzlescapeHudson, (844) 789-9531, $$
Puzzlescape is an escape/puzzle room experience in Hudson, MA (right off of 495 near 290). A team of people signs up to be locked in a room, and must find clues and solve creative puzzles to complete a given mission and find the key to escape.

Reasons to be Cheerful CafeConcord, (978) 610-6248, $$
Fun for kids and adults. Go behind the scenes at Reasons To Be Cheerful and make a batch of delicious ice cream. Each partygoer gets to create his/her own pint of fresh ice cream using our wide assortment of variegates and inclusions (ice cream speak for streak sauces and candies).

Regent TheatreArlington, (781) 646-4849, $$
Enjoy a wonderful mix of family shows, live theater, musical performances, and art films.

Rock MeadowBelmont, Free
Lots of green fields, community gardents,and easy terrain trails in the woods lets you make believe that you have a little bit of the country nearby.

Rock On AdventureNorwood, 978 835 2609, $$$
Expansive rock-climbing space with an arena dedicated to all kinds of athletic and adventure programming for kids and young adults of all ages. Classes incorporate fitness, fun, adventure, and team work, and are taught by certified instructors,

Roller KingdomHudson, 978.562.3439, $$$
Have your birthday party at Roller Kingdom. Deluxe packages include everything from admission & skate rental to invitations & paper goods.

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & LibraryLexington, (781) 861-6559, Free
The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library is a unique experience for people of every age and interest--and a true discovery for anyone fascinated by Freemasonry and American history and culture.

Shelburne Farm & OrchardStow, (978) 897-9287, $
Plenty to do at this delightful family owned and operated orchard. Features 'Pick-Your-Own' Apples, Peaches, and Pumpkins. You'll also enjoy treats like caramel apples, delicious cider donuts, hot mulled cider, cold cider, coffee cake, fresh baked apple pies & more in the country store.

Sherborn PlaygroundSherborn, Free
This is an enclosed playground. One side is designed for toddlers and the other for older children. The area is wooded and you can see horses through the trees.

Ski Ward Ski & Tubing AreaShrewsbury, (508) 845-1797, $$$
Ski Ward features well-groomed trails that can challenge everybody from novices to seasoned veterans. The slopes feature five lifts, including one double-chair and T-bar.

SkyZone Trampoline ParkWestborough, (508) 870-5867, $$
Choose from different trampoline-based activities such as open jump, dodgeball, Sky Slam basketball, and a fitness class. Sky Zone offers a fun and healthy flying experience for both kids and adults.

Sleepy Hollow CemeteryConcord, Free
Visit remains of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Nathanial Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, among many other notables.

SMILE Sudbury PlaygroundSudbury, Free
This Sudbury Playground includes a Boundless Playground area designated for 5 – 12 year olds and a new 2 – 5 year old tot lot. Loads of unique climbers & slides to explore for children of all abilities.

Snip-its Birthday Parties For GirlsFramingham, (508) 370-0006
Snip-its Birthday Parties are fun for kids and easy for parents! Just choose the party that's right for you, and let the experts at Snip-its do all the work.

South Bridge Boat HouseConcord, 978-369-9438, $$
The South Bridge Boat House provides canoe, kayak, motor boat rentals for use on the Concord River. Life vests and seat cushions are provided at no extra cost.

Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal HistoryWeston, (781) 768-8367
The Spellman Museum engages diverse audiences in the opportunities to learn from stamps and postal history. It welcomes stamp collectors and philatelic students from around the world.

Spring Brook Park Swim AreaBedford, 781-275-1392, $$
Beach, dock, playground, sprinkler park, volleyball, picnic area, grills, basketball court, concession. Daily rates & memberships available for Bedford residents only.

Springs Brook Park: Swim Facility and Spray ParkBedford, $
Summer swim facility and spray park. Enjoy this Man-made filtered, swim facility in a beautiful wooded setting. Sandy beaches, bathhouse, concession, spray park, waterslide, dock, grass and shaded picnic areas with charcoal grills, playground, basketball and volleyball courts. Red Cross Swim lessons available.

Stonehurst, the Robert Treat Paine EstateWaltham
Visit the convention-breaking interiors of Stonehurst, the country place of social reformer Robert Treat Paine and his family, where architect H.H. Richardson’s bold plan and flowing spaces combine with rich textures and handcrafted details, heralding the Arts and Crafts Movement in America.

Storybook Trail at Wolbach FarmSudbury, 978-443-5588, Free
Visitors of all ages now have opportunity to combine the joy of reading with a pleasant outing in the woods. The trail will feature a different book every few months, so you can enjoy a new adventure with each passing season.

Stow West Schoolhouse MuseumStow, 978-897-7417
Circa 1825 rural brick one-room schoolhouse on its original site. 2-acre nature park and various exhibits.

Sudbury Atkinson PoolSudbury, (978) 443-1092, $
The Atkinson Pool is a year round aquatic facility. Check out tiny tot and family swim times for only $4 per family. Contact the pool for schedules.

Sudbury Goodnow LibrarySudbury, 978-443-1035, Free
The Goodnow Library in Sudbury provides resources and services for all ages (toddlers to senior citizens) including books, videos, Internet access, books-on-tape, compact discs, museum passes, art prints, toys, children's story hours, and cultural programs.

Tea Cakes & Teddy Bears PartiesWestford, 978-692-1307, $$$$
Elegantly appointed tea parties for children or adults. Choose from many themes and party packages, with complete service from dress-up, to china tea cups, invitations, and more.

Teamworks ActonActon, (978) 287-5533, $$
Teamworks Acton features a multitude of indoor sporting surfaces. Includes league soccer, football, lacrosse, roller hockey, basketball & volleyball.

The Arsenal Center for the ArtsWatertown, 617-923-0100
Arsenal Center for the Arts is a beehive of activity with year-round art classes for all ages including clay, painting and mixed-media.

The Butterfly PlaceWestford, (978) 392-0955, $$
The Butterfly Place is an indoor preserve which has been carefully designed for the development of magnificent colorful butterflies. At any given time, the atrium may contain up to 500 butterflies representing as many as 50 different species from around the world.

The Glass BarNeedham, (781) 444-2909, $$
The Glass Bar is a unique and interactive glass studio, suitable for everyone over 8 years of age. We offer unique glass art classes as well as birthday parties for all ages. Ask about our sip and snip classes and private events for adults!

The Globe at Babson CollegeWellesley, Free
Quite the funky roadside attraction, Babson College in Wellesley, MA boasts having one of the largest 'worlds' in the world on their grounds near the Coleman Map Building. The Babson World weighs 25 tons, is 28' diameter.

The Little Gym of Boston at Waverley OaksWaltham, 781-899-7700, $$
At The Little Gym of Boston at Waverley Oaks, our environment is fun, but our purpose is serious. For more than 35 years, our trained instructors have nurtured happy, confident kids through a range of programs including parent/child classes, gymnastics, karate, dance and sports skills development, plus enjoyable extras like camps, Parents’ Survival Nights and Awesome Birthday Bashes.

The Painting Place (formerly Kids Place 4 Fun)Wellesley, 781-235-0400, $$
We offer 6 project choices: Paint Pottery, Plaster or Canvas. Make Candles and Mine for Gems Workshops, Vacation Camps, Adult Paint Night. Walk-ins always welcome!! Drop in or Party. Paint Pottery, Plaster or Canvas. Create Candles, Mosaics and mine for gems.

Together In MotionArlington, (781) 643-1377, $
Together in Motion provides a well equipped exercise/play area for children, a spacious lounge and internet WiFi for parents and caregivers, and frequent classes.

Tougas FarmNorthborough, (508) 393-6406, $$
Come enjoy the Tougas Family Farm. Pick your own apples, sip delicious cider, take a scenic hayride. The farm features a variety of fruits from June to Nov.

Toys R UsFramingham, (508) 370-4445, $$
and elPopular chain store featuring toys from toddler to teen. You'll find everything from Fisher Price and Little Tikes to bicycles, outdoor equipment, books and electronics.

Toys R UsDedham, (781) 329-4924, $$
and elPopular chain store featuring toys from toddler to teen. You'll find everything from Fisher Price and Little Tikes to bicycles, outdoor equipment, books and electronics.

Trombetta's Farm & Mini GolfMarlborough, 508-485-6429, $$
Trombetta's is a Nursery and Ice Cream Stand. They also have Indoor Miniature Golf and a craft room where you can have the kids do a craft as part of the party.

Valley Sports Ice Skating RinkConcord, (978) 369-8100, $$
Valley Sports Inc of Concord, MA is an indoor rink and open year round, and offers Figure Skating & Ice Skating lessons to all. They also offer youth ice hockey leagues, stick time, and adult pick-up ice hockey.

Verrill FarmConcord, 978-369-4494, $$
Locally owned farm stand, prepared foods and baked goods - great pies!!. Pick your strawberries in June and your own pumpkins in October. Hayrides, and seasonal festivals. Since the fire in September, a temporary and very functional farmstand is up and running!!

Verrill Farm Birthday PartiesConcord, $$
Locally owned farm stand, prepared foods and baked goods. Pick your own produce in the summer. Hayrides, birthday parties and seasonal festivals.

Veterans' Memorial Skating RinkArlington, (781) 316-3880, $
The Veterans Memorial Sports Center is an indoor ice facility located at 422 Summer Street in Arlington.

Walden Pond State ParkConcord, (978) 369-3254, Free
Henry David Thoreau lived for two years at Walden Pond in the mid-nineteenth century and wrote of his experiences in the well-known book Walden. The area offers swimming, hiking, fishing, boating for car-top boats and canoes (w/life vests), cross country skiing, marked trails.

Walden Pond State ReservationConcord, 978-369-3254, $
Henry David Thoreau lived for two years at Walden Pond in the mid-nineteenth century and wrote of his experiences in the well-known book Walden. Swimming, hiking, fishing, boating for car-top boats and canoes (w/life vests), cross country skiing, marked trails.

Waltham Public LibraryWaltham, 781-314-3425, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Waltham Splash Parks & SpraygroundsWaltham, Free
The city of Waltham has 9 recreational parks with spray parks. A great way to have fun and stay cool this summer.

Watertown Children's TheatreWatertown, 617-926-2787, $$
The Watertown Children's Theatre is a non-profit theatre company founded in 1983 for children ages 4-17.

Watertown Free Public LibraryWatertown, 617-972-6431, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Wayland Public LibraryWayland, 508-358-2311, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Wayland Town BeachWayland, (508) 358-7572
Wayland Town Beach is one of the many facilities operated by the Park and Recreation Department in Wayland.

Wayside InnSudbury, (978) 443-1776, Free
Walk around the beautiful grounds of the historic inn - view the big water wheel, tour the house, dine at the upscale tavern, bunk in a lovely room.

Wayside Swim & Raquet ClubMarlborough, (508) 481-1797
Wayside Racquet & Swim Club has long been known to the surrounding communities as the area's premier club for outdoor summer enjoyment.

Wellesley Free LibraryWellesley, 781-235-1610, Free
The Wellesley Library offers a wide variety of programming for children and families. View the Library Events Calendar to see what's happening at the library today.

Weston Friendly Society of the Performing ArtsWeston, 781-893-9883
The Weston Friendly Society of the Performing Arts, Inc. is the second oldest theatre group in MA and has a rich history of putting on quality shows.

Weston Public LibraryWeston, 781-893-3312, Free
The library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Weston Ski Track - Cross CountryWeston, (781) 891-6575, $$
A ski center designed to give people in the Greater Boston area the chance to alpine ski, cross country ski and snowshoe close to home. Snowmaking begins early December.

Westward OrchardsHarvard, (978) 456-8363
Nestled in the hills of the Nashoba Valley, 32 miles west of Boston, lies the town of Harvard; one of Massachusetts best apple producing areas.

Whimsy Art CenterFramingham, (508) 626-8989
Whimsy is a fun walk-in art center where you and your inner child can be creative along with your kids! Create all sorts of magnificent pieces of art.

Wilson FarmsLexington, (781) 862-3900
Wilson Farms farmstand is open year-round, and is a twice 'Best of Boston' winner. They run several family friendly events throughout the year.

Winter Ice at The PointLittleton, 978-635-2265, $$
Winter Ice is a seasonal outdoor ice skating rink located at The Point. Winter Ice is ideal for skaters of all ages and skill levels from beginners to figure skaters and hockey teams, and is designed to provide a gathering place for the community where families and friends can spend time together in an active, fun environment.



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