Attleboro Area Industrial MuseumAttleboro Industrial Museum is the perfect place to learn to learn a bit about the history of this city. The museum hosts a ‘history-to-go’ program for school children to become educated on the industrial past of Attleboro. In addition,Attleboro Industrial Museum has a couple of galleries, a research library, craftsman shop exhibits, a Balfour exhibit, a Philip Kraczkowski exhibit, as well as the new American Souvenirs exhibit that will be a permanent addition to the museum.
Attleboro Area Industrial Museum
Address: 42 Union St, Attleboro, Massachusetts
Website: Attleboro Area Industrial Museum
Opening hours: Thu – Fri: 10am – 4pm; Sat: 10am – 3pm (closed from Sun – Wed)
Price: Free admission
Capron Park ZoomCapron Park Zoo is a popular activity in Attleboro and has a wide variety of animals to check out! They host zoo classes, animal encounters, birthday parties, a look ‘behind the scenes’, as well as volunteering opportunities and college internships. In addition, Capron Park Zoo hosts a range of events including the upcoming ‘Zootoberfest’ and ‘Zoo Boo Spectacular’. On the other hand, visitors can take a self-guided tour of the zoo and pick up a bite to eat at the concession.
Website: Capron Park Zoo Opening hours: 10am – 4pm (daily) Price: 9 USD (adults); 7.50 USD (youths); 6.75 USD (seniors); 4.75 USD (military); discounts for residents
Attleboro Arts MuseumAttleboro Arts Museum has an assortment of different exhibits annually, as well as a range of events. An example is the ‘Dreamscapes’ exhibition, which is set to be displayed from May 19th to June 4th, 2020. In addition, Attleboro Museum hosts art classes and workshops, such as the upcoming intermediate and advanced painting lesson. There is also a museum membership for purchase, which allows special invitations and some discounts for tuition and in the gift shop
Address: 86 Park Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts, 02703
Website: Attleboro Arts Museum
Opening hours:Tue – Sat: 10am – 5pm (closed on Sun & Mon)
Mass Audubon’s Oak KnollWildlife Sanctuary Mass Audubon’s Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary is a must-visit destination in the city of Attleboro. This beautiful sanctuary features walking trails and boardwalks through a variety of environments, which includes views of Lake Talaquega. In addition, the wildlife sanctuary can host both school programs and birthday parties upon request. They run various programs as well, such as family explorations, habitat days, pumpkin carving, and bat bonanzas to name a few of them.
Address: 1417 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703
Website: Mass Audubon’s Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary
Opening hours:Tue – Sat: 9:30am – 4:30pm; Sun: 10am – 4pm (closed on Mon)
National Shrine La SaletteThe National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette has regular masses, as well as prayer and reconciliation sessions. There is a beautiful garden on the property, which the shrine describes as a place to attain inner peace and serenity. In addition, the shrine hosts frequent events, such as the La Salette Film Festival on the second Friday of each month and the Christmas Festival of Lights from late November to early January. This shrine also hosts a soup kitchen on Mondays
Address: National Shrine of Our Lady La Salette, 947 Park St , Attleboro, MA, 02703
Website: National Shrine La Salette
Skyroc BrewerySkyroc Brewery is the perfect place to grab a drink in Attleboro. It is home to a range of craft beers to try, such as their pale ale with pineapple. This is quite a new brewery and was only established in back in 2018. In addition, Skyroc Brewery hosts a range of events including the upcoming ‘Hocktoberfest’ in September. A few of the past events include activities such as, beer dinners, beer and food tasting fundraisers, movie nights, and after-parties to name a few of them.
Address: 11 Riverbank Rd, Attleboro, MA 02703
Website: Skyroc Brewery
Opening hours:Thu – Fri: 4pm – 8pm; Sat: 1pm – 8pm (closed from Sun – Wed)
XSpot ArcheryThe XSpot Archery venue in Attleboro has it covered in the sports department. They have a variety of equipment for purchase, which includes compound bows, crossbows, recurve bows and targets. In addition, XSpot Archery has beginner lessons, group shooting, birthday parties, and lane hire. This archery haven also hosts frequent events, such as ‘Traditional Tuesday 3D Lanes Half Range’ and ‘Paper Leagues’. This is the perfect rainy day activity in Attleboro
Address: 11-B Washington St S, Attleboro, MA, 02703, USA
Website: XSpot Archery
Opening hours: Tue – Fri: 12am – 9pm; Sat: 9am – 5pm; Sun: 10am – 4pm (closed on Mon)
Attleboro Community GardenA community garden is a great way to get dirty and meet people in the neighbourhood. This particular garden boasts 62 plots, which locals can use to plant various forms of flora. An important thing to note is that this garden only allows organic forms of growing plants. In addition, Attleboro Community Garden hosts various events. These include the annual garden party, as well as the previously held harvest day, plant sale, and ladybug release to name a few of them.
Address: Corner of Riverbank Road & Mechanic Street, Downtown Attleboro
Website: Attleboro Community Garden
Price: 25 USD donation
Arooga’sArooga’s is a grill house and sport’s bar which features both daily and weekly specials. The menu is large with lots of plates for sharing, as well as all of the classic favourites such as burgers, barbecue, and wings. This establishment also caters for plant-based eaters. They offer online ordering, delivery, gift vouchers, as well as catering upon request. In addition, Arooga’s has a rewards program and donates money to various organisations, such as schools and sporting teams.
Opening hours:11am – 1am (daily)
Wetherlaine’s RestaurantWetherlaine’s Restaurant is a family-friendly venue with a wide selection of food and beverages. They offer table service, takeaway orders, and catering. These range from and include sandwiches, burgers, salads, soups, pastas, pizzas, seafood, deserts, as well as their ‘Hall of Fame Menu’. There is also an express luncheon menu and slugger menu to suit the needs of all visitors. In addition, Wetherlaine’s Restaurant has a Monday Value menu that’s available for dine-in orders.
Address: 86 Park Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts, 02703
Website: Wetherlaine’s Restaurant
Opening hours:Mon – Wed: 10:30am – 11:30pm; Thu – Sat: 11:30am – 12:30pm; Sun: 12pm – 11pm
Winnekenni Castle (2.0 mi)
Over ten miles of hiking, biking, and cross country trails around Kenoza Lake and Lake Saltonstall–open year round.
Beautiful, well-maintained, natural setting with walking trails around the lake, tennis courts, a cottage that includes restrooms, landscaped small gardens, and Winnekenni Castle at the top of the hill overlooking the lake. The castle has free events throughout the year and can be rented for special events (weddings, receptions, corporate events, etc). Many great spots around the park to hang out with a picnic or go for a short or long walk—a little piece of heaven. Great place for dogs.
To learn more, visit: Winnekenni Castle
Lake Saltonstall (1.2 mi): Fishing, Swimming and Sailing
A small lake (referred to locally as Plug Pond) located in the southwest park of the Winnekenni Conservation Area.Accessible via the main entrance or through trails leading from the Castle, Lake Saltonstall has an area open to the public, and another reserved exclusively for Haverhill residents. During the summer months, it is open to residents for swimming, municipal sail boating programs, and picnicking. Has bathroom facilities. Residents and non-residents alike may fish on Lake Saltonstall, a state-stocked fishing area.
To learn more, visit: Bradford Ski
Bradford Ski (3.0 mi)
Downhill ski area with nine lifts, a terrain park, 100 % snow making, 100% lighting for night skiing, rental shop , lesson programs, and a cafeteria on-site.
To learn more, visit: Bradford Ski
Bradford Ski (3.0 mi)
Outdoor adventure company operating from the downtown “Captain Red” Slavit Municipal Dock. Kayaks are available for rental and use on the Merrimack River.
To learn more, visit: Plum Island Kayaks
Crescent Yacht Club (0.8 mi)
The Crescent Yacht Club is a friendly and welcoming club that has been on the Merrimack River since the 1940s. Members own mostly center-console type and pontoon boats.
Washington Landing Park is right next door to the Crescent Yacht Club and has a public boat ramp as well as a playground. The park is so named because it is on or near the spot where President George Washington landed after crossing the Merrimack after a visit to Haverhill in 1789.
To learn more, visit: Crescent Yacht Club
Kazmiera Marina (3.0 mi)
Established in 1996, “Kaz” Marina is nestled on the scenic banks of the Merrimac River in Haverhill, Massachusetts. A family-friendly, freshwater marina for boaters in and around the Merrimac Valley, Kazmiera has been locally owned and operated for over 23 years. Today, the marina offers 150 slips and dry docking for over 350 boats.
Located near major routes I-95 and I-495, Kazmiera Marina is just a few minutes by boat or car to the revitalized downtown district of Haverhill, featuring museums, shops, and restaurants. The mouth of the Merrimac River and Plum Island Sound are close enough to make a day of sport fishing or a visit to historic Newburyport a part of your visit.
To learn more, visit: Kazmiera Marina
Willow Springs Winery
Wine from grapes grown on property, weekend events, tours. Rustic old barn and event space.
To learn more, visit: Willow Springs Winery
The Tap Brewery
Located in the Washington Street Historic district, the Tap is a Haverhill icon-with a full restaurant, outdoor deck, great beers brewed on the premises.
To learn more, visit: The Tap Brewery
Tattersall Farm (3.0 mi)
- Community garden plots
- 19th century plantings
- Working hayfields
- Rolling hills
- Wooded trails for walking, jogging, snow shoeing, and cross-country skiing
To learn more, visit: Tattersall Farm
Clement Farm Disc Golf Course (4.0 mi)
Set on conservation land along the border of Haverhill, MA and Plaistow, NH. Features include elevation changes and wide fairways through old logging trails.
To learn more, visit: Clement Farm Disc Golf Course
Haverhill Farmer’s Market (3.9 mi)
Established in 1640, Haverhill began as a farming community that evolved into a vibrant industrial center. Today, many family and locally owned farms still thrive. Visit many wonderful farms of Haverhill featured below:
Chris’ Farm Stand (1.9 mi) | 436 Salem St. | 978 994-4315 | Farm stand, pork & turkey, pumpkin festival | To learn more, visit: Chris’ Farm Stand
Fay’s Farm (5.3 mi) | 120 Amesbury Line Rd. | email: firstname.lastname@example.org | 978 373-4874 | PYO apples, farm stand, apples & peaches, cider | To learn more, visit: Fay’s Farm
Kimball Farm (5.8 mi) | 791 East Broadway | kimballfarmcornmaze.com | 978 521-3990 | Farm stand, sleigh rides, corn maze, all natural meats, spring water, events | To learn more, visit: Kimball Farm
Rogers Spring Hill Farm (3.2 mi) | 133 Neck Rd., Ward Hill | rogersspringhill.com | 978 372-4780 | PYO strawberries, apples, and pumpkins | To learn more, visit: Rogers Spring Hill Farm
Srybny Farms (2.9 mi) | 712 Hilldale Ave. | 978 374-9270 | Farm stand, annuals & perennials Tattersall Farm | 542 N. Broadway | tattersallfarm.org | Conservation land entrusted to city of Haverhill; Annual Farm Day Festival in September| To learn more, visit: Srybny Farms
Turkey Hill Farm (4.3 mi) | 380 Middle Rd. | Turkeyhillfarm.com | 978 372-9474 | PYO blueberries & raspberries; Christmas trees | To learn more, visit: Turkey Hill Farm
Wally’s Vegetables (4.0 mi) | 799 Amesbury Rd. | 978 374-9039 | Farm stand, annuals and perennials, Christmas trees, wreaths | To learn more, visit: Wally’s Vegetables