Want to venture beyond our CoCo Key Danvers water park? With so many things to do in Danvers, MA and the Boston area, your vacation is sure to be one you’ll always remember.
From world-renowned museums, to legendary sports teams, to historic walking tours, Boston offers no shortage of things to do and is one of the world’s favorite vacation destinations.
- Museum of Science
Boston’s Museum of Science is a feast for any imagination. With regular and featured exhibits, the Mugar Omni IMAX® Theater and the newly renovated Charles Hayden Planetarium, the Museum of Science offers a world of wonder for both children and adults.
- Boston Children’s Museum
A day at Boston Children’s museum is sure to ignite your child’s creativity. Boston Children’s Museum has hundreds of exhibits focused on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts, designed to engage your child and to cultivate learning.
- New England Aquarium
Learn about aquatic animals from around the world. With more than 70 exhibits and a Giant Ocean Tank with over 600 animals, the New England Aquarium lets kids examine creatures and their habitats. For a more personal encounter, visit the new Shark and Ray Touch Tank, where your little ones can literally reach out and touch cownose rays, bonnethead sharks, Atlantic rays and epaulette sharks.
- Fenway Park
Visit the home of the Boston Red Sox. Opened in 1912 and celebrating its 100th year anniversary this year, Fenway Park is the nation’s oldest professional baseball stadium still in use. A tour of “America’s most beloved ballpark” is a must-see for all sports enthusiasts.
- Boston Duck Tours
Unique to Boston, these tours are a great way to explore the city’s sights. You’ll enjoy a guided tour of Boston’s historic landmarks and neighborhoods while aboard a W.W.II style amphibious landing vehicle that ends with the DUCK splashing right into the Charles River.
- Faneuil Hall
Also known as Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall is the nation’s premier urban marketplace attracting 18 million visitors annually. Faneuil Hall has served as a central meeting place since 1742 and continues this tradition today. With an assortment of shops, restaurants and outdoor entertainment, it’s the perfect place to wander, find one-of-a-kind souvenirs and sample cuisines from around the world.