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These meals are served on the lawn, so it's come as you are. There’s no end in sight to the great things waiting for you just 30 minutes north and west of Boston In the scenic and vibrant Greater Merrimack Valley.If you want to experience Cape Cod the way your grandparents remember it, the place to stay is Shore Way Acres Inn in Falmouth. The main part of our inn is an historic sea captain's home, built in 1806 and located in downtown Falmouth.That means we're within walking distance to everything -- the beach, the village, bird sanctuary, day spas, shops, galleries, museums, churches, trolley stop, library, and more than twenty restaurants, pubs, and sidewalk cafes.Find great, fun things to do and fresh places to explore in the Bay State for every age and taste, from antique shopping to rock climbing to slithering through a water park.Check attractions' websites for updates to scheduling and other details, especially for activities affected by weather.There’s, flamingos, tamarins, sloths and Meerkat in Windows to the Wild.
See jaguars, cougars, coati and falcon at the Treasures of the Sierra Madre exhibit.
Our guides are trained in both safe zipping practices and in interpreting the environment around you so you can fully appreciate this unique journey through the forest canopy. Then move on to fabulous views of the valley on the Mountain Top Tour. This tour has been featured in the Washington Post. This beautiful library and museum, originally built for the Christian Science Publishing Society, has become an historic landmark in Boston’s Back Bay celebrating the life of Mary Baker Eddy.
Berkshire East is New England's largest zip destination with three tours to choose from. Mountain Top zipping is a great family experience and summer memory. Born in rustic Bow, NH in 1821, Eddy lived an extraordinary life as founder of the Christian Science movement and whose work lives on through the Christian Science Monitor and in reading rooms across the globe.
You’ll find books, documents, photographs, and exhibits as well as the Mapparium, a three-dimensional perspective of the world of 1935 and a symbol of the global outreach of The Christian Science Monitor.
A World of Ideas illustrates how ideas cross time and geography to change the world.
Our 3-hour-long zip line canopy tour leads adventurers on an aerial trek through the woods by means of 11 zip lines, 2 sky bridges and 3 rappels suspended in the trees in the northern Berkshires and connected through platforms that sit high above the forest floor.