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Gametime Lanes & Entertainment image
Amesbury, MA
(Range: 1 mile)
Gametime Lanes & Entertainment (formerly Leo’s SuperBowl) located in Amesbury, Massachusetts is Merrimack Valley’s newest bowling & entertainment center. (Curated content from www.gametimelanes.com)
Amesbury Golf and Country Club image
Amesbury, MA
(Range: 1 mile)
Amesbury Golf and Country Club is located at 3 Country Club Rd. in Amesbury Massachusetts. Amesbury Country Club is a public 9 hole golf course located in Northeastern Massachusetts, just minutes from New Hampshire, Boston and the Seacoast of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. (Curated content from www.amesburycountryclub.com)
The Brook image
(Range: 3 miles)
Welcome to The Brook, New Hampshire's premier destination for casino gaming and pari-mutuel wagering, and home to the state’s largest retail sportsbook location, The DraftKings Sportsbook at The Brook. (Curated content from www.livefreeandplay.com)
The Custom House Maritime Museum image
(Range: 4 miles)
From High Street to the shores of the Merrimack, the neighborhoods of Newburyport are steeped in maritime history, rich with stories of the people who helped build this city, explore these waters, and found our nation. From its settlement to its rise as a maritime hub to its rebirth, we’re here to tell its story. To share its legacy. To show you how you’re a part of where we will go. We are the Custom House Maritime Museum, the stewards of your maritime history. (Curated content from customhousemaritimemuseum.org)
Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm image
(Range: 5 miles)
Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm is a family-friendly National Historic Landmark with activities for all ages. The 230-acre site includes a 1690 manor house that served as the country seat of wealthy Newburyport merchants and an attached farmhouse that was home to a Lithuanian family for most of the twentieth century. (Curated content from www.historicnewengland.org)
Apple Hill Golf Club image
(Range: 5 miles)
The eighteen hole course was built in 1981. Bentgrass greens and Bermuda Grass fairways give golfers plenty of variety in shots. There are water hazards that come into play on more than half of the holes. There are out of bounds stakes on six holes. The fairways are wide and the course is well maintained. (Curated content from applehillgolf.com)
Coffin House image
(Range: 5 miles)
Coffin House, occupied by the Coffin family over three centuries, reveals insights into domestic life in rural New England. The house, which contains the family furnishings, began as a simple dwelling built in the post-medieval style. Tristram Coffin and his family lived, cooked, and slept in two or possibly three rooms; their possessions were few. Beginning in 1712 the house more than doubled in size to accommodate a married son and his family. (Curated content from www.historicnewengland.org)
Salisbury Beach State Reservation image
(Range: 6 miles)
Salisbury Beach overlooks the point at which the Merrimack River feeds the Atlantic Ocean. It's a great place to swim, boat, or camp.  (Curated content from www.mass.gov)
Joe's Playland image
(Range: 6 miles)
Established over 100 years ago on Salisbury Beach, this family run entertainment complex takes pride in it's safe, clean, well-lit environment in the heart of Salisbury Beach. Filled with state of the art and classic video games, as well as, a convenient snack bar, seafood stand and large redemption center, Joe's Playland is the place to bring family and friends for hours of fun. (Curated content from www.joesplayland.com)
Plum Island Light House image
(Range: 6 miles)
The Plum Island Light House also know as the Plum Island Light or the Newburyport Harbor Light, has a very interesting history. It was first lit in 1788 with a lantern burning whale oil. And it was the 13th lighthouse to be constructed in the U.S.. It was needed to guide boaters into the treacherous mouth of the Merrimack River and into Newburyport Harbor. (Curated content from www.newburyport.com)