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Battleship Cove - For over thirty years, Battleship Massachusetts has welcomed visitors of all ages. The historic naval ships, military exhibits, and related memorabilia tell the stories of brave sailors and their proud fighting days long ago. Walk where these sailors fought, man the guns they used to defend our freedom, or try on a Navy bunk for size!

Cap'n Barnacles Mini Golf - An 18 hole Championship Mini Golf course, providing fun for the whole family.

Carousel Family Fun Centers - Specializes in providing a clean, safe, really cool, colorful, family friendly environment and offers a full array of fun including roller skating, arcades and so much more.

Edaville USA - Edaville's rides generally are designed for parents and children to enjoy together. Family fun on all of the rides, as well as the Narrow Gauge Railroad.

Fuller Craft Museum - A dynamic environment where craft is experienced through exhibitions, education, outreach and collaboration. It explores the materials, techniques and artistic expression that challenge the perception of craft, while honoring the achievements of the past.

Kreative Kidz Theatre - Now there is a performing arts theatre where the only performers are children.

New Bedford Art Museum - Here to help you to understand and appreciate art. Take a stroll through several beautiful galleries and learn from the experienced staff.

Pilgrim Hall Museum - The oldest continuously operating public museum in the nation, a gallery museum that uses the actual 17th century Pilgrim possessions - the cradle of Peregrine White, the bible of William Bradford, the sword of Myles Standish - as well as Native American artifacts to tell the story of the Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony.

Plymouth Cruises - All cruises operate aboard Lobster Tales, a comfortable, 45-foot passenger vessel which sails from April - October. Offering unique cruises that are affordable and fun for all ages including Pirate Cruises, Lobster Excursions, Wine Tasting & Sunset Cruises.

New Bedford Whaling Museum - To help make history inviting and meaningful in everyday life, the Museum offers a dynamic and diverse schedule of programs and exhibits.

Buttonwood Park Zoo - The park and zoo encompass 97 acres in the west-central part of the city. The newly renovated zoo houses almost 150 animals of 35 different species including two Asian elephants, Emily and Ruth. The zoo reopened on August 12, 2000 after a major four-year renovation.

Capron Park Zoo - Dedicated to the professional management of animal species, and providing the public with educational programs and recreational activities. The zoo features animals from around the world, Asian rain forest, nocturnal building and more.

Children's Museum of Easton - A 'learning playground' where parents and children explore, imagine, and learn about our everyday world. The museum sparks curiosity, encourages questions and fosters creativity in children and adults through it's exhibits and programs. The Museum is a friendly place for children to explore.

Attleboro Area Industrial Museum - The Museum collects and preserves the artifacts, photographs, documents, publications, tools, and machinery that relate to the industrial history of the Attleboro.

Hull Lifesaving Museum - The museum of Boston Harbor Heritage, preserves the region's lifesaving tradition and maritime culture through collections, exhibits, experiential and interpretive education, research and service to others.

Paragon Carousel - The antique Paragon Carousel is the last vestige of Paragon Park and is a lasting reminder of the "Golden Age" of Hull, when the town was teeming with thousands of visitors each day in the summer for decades.

Ryan Family Amusement Center - Offers a clean, fun environment. This family entertainment center features bowling and a huge games room with the hottest, newest arcade games.

Whale Watching - Discover the great whales of the North Atlantic during a 4-hour Capt. John Boats Cape Cod whale watch adventure. Among the whale and marine mammal sightings are the Humpback Whale, Finback Whale, Minke Whale, Right Whale and Pilot whale, as well as dolphins, porpoises and seals.