There are many great fall activities for kids north of Boston. From apple picking and corn mazes to Halloween in Salem, check our list of the most family-friendly things to do in fall on the North Shore.
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Things to Do on Cape Ann
There are a million reasons to visit Cape Ann for a September getaway. Discover events in Gloucester MA, Rockport MA and across Cape Ann.
Cape Ann is one of the top destination locations for on-the-water adventures, especially guided whale-watching tours. Whale watching is a family-friendly activity. Get ready to have a "whale" of a time and creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Enjoy the outdoors and learn about Cape Ann's rich history, art, and architecture on an outdoor walking tour, or through virtual programming and events through the Cape Ann Museum.
Planning a spring break? Take a trip to Cape Ann, Massachusetts to enjoy whale watching, festivals, concerts, art exhibitions, and other cultural events.
Explore the many wonders of Cape Ann through these virtual experiences directly from your home.
Are you stuck at home and in need of a diversion? Try your hand at our Atlantic Vacation Homes custom jigsaw puzzles.
It seems like everyone is using video conferencing these days, including the Atlantic Vacation Homes team. Bring a little Cape Ann into your next online meeting with our custom Zoom backgrounds.
A day at the beach has many powerful health benefits, whether you are swimming, or just enjoying the sun, the sounds, and the sand. Explore Cape Ann's many beaches, and reap healthy rewards, when you stay with Atlantic Vacation Homes.
The local craft beverage industry is booming on Boston's North Shore! Follow the Toast the Coast Trail any time of year and experience the best local flavors of the North Shore. Enjoy locally made beer, wine, mead, rum & more.