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AMUSEMENT PARKS
1.     Breezy Picnic Waterslides, Douglas, $$$
       A family-owned recreational water facility complete with sandy beaches, alpine water slides, picnic areas and a
       snack bar. Fun for all ages. 2 300' Alpine slides, 1 twister slide, plus lake swimming with 500 ft. beach & sandy
       areas for kids.
2.     Bromley Family Fun Mountain, Vermont, $$$$
       You’ll find all sorts of outdoor family fun at Bromley Park, best known for featuring the Alpine Slide. The Alpine
       Slide takes advantage of the mountain during the off-season for skiing.
3.     Canobie Lake Park, New Hampshire, $$
       Canobie Lake Amusement Park is chock full of fun for children of all ages. Adults and families with children alike
       will enjoy a day trip here!
4.     CoCo Key Indoor Water Resort Fitchburg, Fitchburg, $$$$
       CoCo Key Water Resort opens December 17th, 2008! Be the first to splash in the fun with family and friends.
5.     CoCo Key Indoor Water Resort: Crowne Plaza Boston, Danvers, $$$$
       Key West moves to Massachusetts at CoCo Key Water Resort at the Crowne Plaza Boston North Shore in Danvers!
       New England’s first indoor water park resort, it’s a great anytime getaway for the whole family.
6.     Edaville USA, Carver, $$
       Edaville USA is a fun family amusement park in South Carver, Massachusetts. The family fun park is less than an
       hour from both Boston and Providence.
7.     Jay Gee's Ice Cream & Fun Center, Methuen, $$
       Jay Gee's Ice Cream & Fun Center offers Ice cream, go-karts (Family Track or Slick Track, bumper boat rides, a
       batting cage, mini-golf, an arcade, and birthday parties.
8.     Lake Compounce, Connecticut
       Lake Compounce, the nation's oldest amusement park, features Connecticut's biggest water park and has added
       two thrilling new rides as it prepares to open for the season.
9.     Six Flags New England & Hurricane Harbor, Western Mass, $$$
       The Northeast's largest theme park. Eight mega coasters twist and turn throughout the park including the
       Superman ride of steel, one of the tallest and fastest
10.    StoryLand, New Hampshire, $$
       Fairy Tale based amusement park geared toward younger children (ages 0-5). Lots of Story Book themed rides &
       amusements, sightseeing train, flume, antique cars, a great circus and more.
11.    Water Country, New Hampshire, $$$
       Cool off this summer and enjoy the thrills and chills of Water Country's super slides, giant wave pool, adventure
       rivers, rafting and more!
12.    Water Wizz, Wareham, $$$
       Fun for the whole family, Water Wizz has something for everyone, including a giant wave pool, toddler areas,
       super slides, a relaxing river float, & mini golf.
13.    York's Wild Kingdom, Maine, $$$
       Located in York Beach, Maine, York's Animal Kingdom has something to offer every member of the family. Enjoy a
       variety of family rides, paddle boats, an 18 hole miniature golf course, a petting zoo, scenic picnic grounds and
       even a Haunted House.
14.    Bousquet: http://www.bousquets.com Pittsfield, 413-442-8316
       Open Daily: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Weather permitting). Chairlift Rides: Weekends, noon - 4 p.m. (Weather Permitting)
       3 waterslides, activity pool go-karts, mini-golf, Bungy Trampoline, Climbing Wall, Castle Bounce and other
       activities are available. Remember to call ahead if weather is questionable. Chairlift rides and Deval Karts July and
       August - weekends only.


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HISTORIC AND LANDMARKS
15.       Babson Globe, Wellesley, FREE
       Quite the funky roadside attraction, Babson College in Wellesley, MA boasts having one of the largest 'worlds' in
       the world on their grounds near the Coleman Map Building. The Babson World weighs 25 tons, is 28' diameter.
16.       Boston Haymarket, Boston, $
       Haymarket is Boston's great outdoor market, where you can buy everything from fruits and vegetable to sugar
       cane to fish just off the boat.
17.       Boston State House, Boston, FREE
       The State House is the oldest building on Beacon Hill. The building and its grounds cover two city blocks. The
       Bulfinch Front faces south, its red brick walls,
18.       Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown, FREE
       The Bunker Hill Monument commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill. It's been open to the public since 1842.
       Climb the 294 steps to the top of the granite obelisk
19.       Castle Island and Fort Independence, Boston, FREE
       FREE tours of the Fort run every Saturday & Sunday from 12:00 noon to 3:30pm. Tours last approximately 30
       minutes, but can be longer depending on your guide. Strollers can not be accommodated on the tour.
20.       Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, FREE
       Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a favorite destination for both locals and
       tourists alike.
21.       Fenway Park Tours, Boston, $$
       Tour the home of the Boston Red Sox, including the press box, dugout, field, and more. Tours run daily and leave
       from the Souvenir Store across Yawkey Way.
22.       Old South Meeting House, Boston, $
       When you follow the Freedom Trail's red line you'll eventually arrive at the Old South Meeting House. It was built
       in 1729 as a Puritan Church but has become better known as the site of the Boston Tea Party.
23.       Quincy Market, Boston, FREE
       Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Quincy Market has great shops and nifty peddler carts galore.
24.       Regent Theatre, Arlington, $$
       Enjoy a wonderful mix of family shows, live theater, musical performances, and art films.
25.       Swan Boat Rides, Back Bay, $
       The Boston Common is oldest public park in the country, with relaxing swan-boat rides in the park's lake.
26.       The Hatch Shell, Boston, FREE
       The Hatch Shell is an outdoor concert venue adjacent to the Charles River Esplanade near downtown Boston. The
       Hatch Shell is best known for hosting the Boston Pops Orchestra annually for the Boston Fourth of July
       celebration.
27.    Adams Academy/Quincy Historical Society, Quincy, $
       Built on the site of the birthplace of legendary patriot John Hancock - and funded by an endowment left by John
       Adams - Adams Academy began its life in 1872 as a boys' preparatory school, which operated until 1908.
28.    Battleship Cove, Fall River, $$
       Battleship Cove holds six Navy Warships from WWII including a submarine. Explore the Battleship Massachusetts'
       nine decks (great for kids!)
29.    Battleship Massachusetts, Fall River, $
       Explore the Battleship Massachusetts, a submarine, a PT boat, a Japanese suicide boat and more among the fleet
       of six vessels open to the public.
30.    Boston Common, Boston, $
       Boston Common is Boston, Massachusetts' most famous public park and the oldest city park in the United States,


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       dating as far back as 1634. It includes 50 acres of open park space with sports fields, a spray fountain & ice rink
       and access to popular Boston locations.
31.    Boston National Historic Park, Boston, $
       Boston National Historic Park is an association of sites that together tell the story of the city's role in our nation's
       history.
32.    Boston Opera House, Boston, $$$
       The newly renovated Boston Opera House, located in the heart of Boston's theatre district, has quickly become
       one the best theatre venues in Boston.
33.    Boston Public Garden, Boston, FREE
       The Boston Public Garden is the oldest public park in the country, with swan-boat rides in the park's lake,
       beautiful winding paths and gardens. Lots of benches to sit and relax.
34.    Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum (REOPENING SUMMER 2011), Boston, $
       The Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum is a re-creation of the famous protest in a full scale replica of the tea party
       ship, also museum exhibits.
35.    Brattle Theater, Cambridge, $$
       Independent, classic, and cutting-edge films. The theater also features Parents' Afternoons - movies where babies
       are welcome to attend.
36.    Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, Ipswich, $$
       Castle Hill exemplifies the American Country Place Era with its farm and estate buildings, designed grounds and
       gardens, and diverse natural areas.
37.    Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation, Waltham, $
       The Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation explores the inventions that powered America into the
       modern age -- steam engines, generators, timepieces, machine tools, bicycles, automobiles, and hundreds of
       other gizmos - plus the geniuses who perfected them.
38.    Chevalier Theatre, Medford, $$$
       Located in Medford, Massachusetts, the Chevalier Theatre is one of the Boston area's hidden gems, an historical
       landmark, a memorial to a hero and a cultural icon.
39.    Community Solar System Trail - Museum of Science, Boston, FREE
       This unique tour is the creation of the folks at the Museum of Science. The sun is at the museum, and the nine
       planets are spread around the Greater Boston Area.
40.    Dillaway-Thomas House at Roxbury Heritage State Park, Roxbury
       The Dillaway-Thomas House was built in 1750 and served as headquarters for General John Thomas and the
       Continental Army during the siege of Boston in 1775.
41.    Dr. Suess National Memorial Sculpture Garden, Western Mass, FREE
       The Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden is now open at the Quadrangle in Springfield, MA, the city
       where Theodor Seuss Geisel was born.
42.    Forbes House Museum, Milton, $
       The Forbes House Charitable Trust was established in 1984 to ensure the preservation of the house, collections,
       and grounds at 215 Adams Street. These treasures are interpreted through tours, lectures, programs, and special
       exhibitions and events.
43.    Freedom Trail Tours, Boston, $$
       Walk into history on the Freedom Trail! Join a costumed Colonial guide as he or she takes you on a 90-minute
       walking tour of The Freedom Trail, from Boston Common.
44.    Gibson House, Back Bay, $
       Built in 1859, the Gibson House is a historic house museum of Back Bay --filled with the Gibson's original furniture
       and personal possessions. Visitors enjoy a
45.    Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center (GMHC), Gloucester, $
       With a wide range of facilities, exhibits and learning opportunities, GMHC champions the preservation of
       Gloucester's maritime history and traditions and promotes study of marine science and technology.
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46.    Golden Ball Tavern Museum, Weston
       A fascinating glimpse of Americana, learn about the history of a colonial tavern, a gracious home, and the six
       generations of the Weston Colonial family that lived in it.
47.    Gore Place Mansion, Waltham, $$
       Visit Gore place, a beautifully renovated mansion & estate built in 1806. Explore the grounds of this 45-acre estate
       as a family! Children ages 3-9 with accompanying adults can explore the gardens, brook, and open spaces & visit
       the farm
48.    Grist Mill at Wayside Inn, Sudbury, FREE
       The Wayside Inn Grist Mill opened on Thanksgiving Day, 1929 and was built under the direction of former
       Wayside Inn owner and automobile maker Henry Ford.
49.    Hancock-Clarke House, Lexington, FREE
       Dr Joseph Warren of Boston sent William Dawes and Paul Revere to Lexington with news of the advancing British
       troops. Arriving separately, they stopped to warn Hancock and Adams, then set off for Concord.
50.    John F. Kennedy National Historic Site, Brookline, FREE
       John F. Kennedy National Historic Site preserves the birthplace in 1917 and boyhood home of the 35th President
       of the United States in Brookline, MA.
51.    Lexington Historical Society, Lexington, FREE
       The Lexington Historical Society operates three historic houses: Buckman Tavern, Hancock Clark House and
       Munroe Tavern. Guided tours are available from April
52.    Liberty Ride, Lexington, $$$
       Visit the birthplaces of American liberty and 19th century literature! Ride along the historic Battle Road while your
       costumed guide recounts exciting events that defined America.
53.    Mayflower II, Plymouth
       Reproduction of the 17th-century merchant ship Mayflower that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth in 1620.
       Interpreters and role-playing re-enactors and exhibits relate the story of the journey.
54.    Minuteman National Park, Concord, FREE
       Created in 1959, Minute Man National Historical Park (NHP) preserves and protects the significant historic sites,
       structures, properties, and landscapes associated with some of the first battles of the American Revolution.
55.    Museum Of African American History, 2 Locations, FREE
       Exhibits and programs are dedicated to accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans during the
       colonial period in New England.
56.    North End Old North Church, Boston, FREE
       Revere's 'One if by land, and two if by sea' ride. Built in 1723, it has the city's tallest steeple in Boston at 191 feet.
57.    Old Manse House, Concord, $$
       No house in Concord has a more evocative atmosphere or a greater variety of historic associations than The Old
       Manse. Inhabitants like Nathanial & Sophia Hawthorne and Ralph Waldo Emerson fill the rich history of the home
       with interesting details.
58.    Old North Bridge, Concord, FREE
       Site where the shot heard round the world was fired. Stroller friendly paths give passage to a serene park area
       with a view of the river.
59.    Old North Church Gardens, Boston, FREE
       Surrounding Old North Church are some wonderful, relaxing gardens, including an 18th century garden, complete
       with rose arches, and terraces.
60.    Old Ordinary Museum, Hingham, $
       Take a step back in time through three hundred years. This fourteen room house museum contains an extensive
       collection of period furniture export porcelain, glass, paintings, textiles, tools and more.
61.    Orchard House - Home of the Alcotts, Concord, $
       Orchard House is the former home of author Louisa May Alcott (Little Women). Very homey and informal - shown
       by 30 minute tours only.
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62.    Paul Revere House, Boston, $
       The Paul Revere House is the oldest standing private home in Boston and once belonged to Paul Revere. It is a
       small museum comprised of rooms decorated in authentic colonial style.
63.    Prudential Tower Skywalk, Back Bay, $$
       Children love this birds eye view of the city. The Skywalk provides a full, 360-degree view and opens up to a wide-
       open space with lots of running room
64.    Richard Sparrow House, Plymouth, $
       Built in 1640, the Richard Sparrow House is Plymouth's oldest surviving wooden frame house. A neat view of an
       authentic early Pilgrim life.
65.    Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site, Saugus, FREE
       Learn about the nation's first integrated iron works (1646) in the iron-making plant, museum collection, the 17th-
       century Iron Works House, and the reconstructed ironworks complex.
66.    Seaman's Bethel (Moby Dick), New Bedford, FREE
       Chapel visited by Herman Melville and described in the novel Moby Dick. The chapel is a memorial to whalers who
       were lost at sea.
67.    Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, FREE
       Visit remains of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Nathanial Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, among
       many other notables.
68.    The Mapparium: Mary Baker Eddy Library, Boston, $
       This world-famous, three-story, stained-glass globe is one of the key attractions at the Mary Baker Eddy Library.
       The Mapparium is a three-dimensional perspective of the world of 1935.
69.    The Paper House, Rockport, $
       If you drive up Pidgeon Hill Street in Rockport, you may not notice anything unusual about the house at #52. The
       only giveaway is the sign on the front: 'Paper House'.
70.    Trustees of Reservations Properties, Massachusetts, FREE
       The Trustees of Reservations preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic,
       and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their many properties include including Crane Beach, World's End, Rocky
       Woods, Cape Poge, and Notchview.
71.    United First Parish Church: Church of the Presidents, Quincy, $
       Known as the 'Church of the Presidents,' this historic church was built from Quincy granite in 1828. Tours of the
       church include a visit to the Adams Family crypt.
72.    USS Constitution ('Old Ironsides') & Museum, Charlestown, FREE
       Old Ironsides is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world. A tour of this 200-year-old ship may give
       your little landlubber a chance to get his sea legs. The USS Constitution Museum offers interactive exhibits and
       events.
73.    Wayside Inn, Sudbury, FREE
       Walk around the beautiful grounds of the historic inn - view the big water wheel, tour the house, dine at the
       upscale tavern, bunk in a lovely room.
74.    Winnekenni Castle, Haverhill
       This favorite Haverhill landmark, built in 1875, is a valuable part of the community, still serving as a recreational
       park and offering, concerts, plays, workshops, craft fairs, Halloween parties, fundraisers and so much more.




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P A RK S & N A T URE
75.      Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, FREE
       The Arnold Arboretum is one of the area's truly great places to get away during the spring, summer and fall. The
       two-mile-long main walking trail is paved and allows for leisurely stroller walks. Plant, flower and woodland life is
       labeled according to species.
76.      Blue Hills State Reservation, Milton, FREE
       With its scenic views, varied terrain and 125 miles of trails, the Blue Hills Reservation offers year-round enjoyment
       for the outdoor enthusiast. Great trails for any level.
77.      Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area, Boston
       The Boston Harbor Islands offer countless opportunities for visitors to tour historical sites, observe wildlife, and
       participate in recreational activities.
78.      Breakheart Reservation, Saugus, FREE
       Breakheart Reservation is a 640-acre hardwood forest with an extensive trail system, year-round ranger
       programs, and summer fishing and swimming.
79.      Francis William Bird Park, Walpole, FREE
       Over three miles of walking paths wind through the park, traversing streams via old granite bridges and passing
       through rolling, grassy meadows punctuated with mature shade trees, tree groves, and ponds.
80.      Garden In The Woods: New England Wild Flower Society, Framingham, $$
       This ever-changing living museum — New England's premier wildflower garden — has more than 1600 kinds of
       plants, and beautiful walking trails.
81.      Maudslay State Park, Newburyport, FREE
       An exquisite place for walking, biking, and informal picnics. Walk through fragrant evergreens and keep your eyes
       peeled for the wishing well and the pet cemetery, hidden in the magnificent rhododendron forest.
82.      Stage Fort Park Beaches, Gloucester, $$
       The Park consists of Half Moon and Cressy's beaches. Half Moon is a lovely small beach ideal for families with
       children. Cressy's Beach is a rocky, more natural beach.
83.      Walden Pond State Park, Concord, FREE
       Henry David Thoreau lived for two years at Walden Pond in the mid-nineteenth century and wrote of his
       experiences in the well-known book Walden. The area offers swimming, hiking, fishing, boating for car-top boats
       and canoes (w/life vests), cross country skiing, marked trails.
84.    Acton Arboretum, Acton, FREE
       The Acton Arboretum, in the town’s center, consists of 64 acres of woods, meadows, swamp, ponds, old apple
       orchards, a glacial esker, and a bog.
85.    Adams National Historical Park, Quincy, $
       Travel back in time at the Adams National Historical Park, where you'll visit the birthplaces of not one, but two
       U.S. presidents: John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams.
86.    Agassiz Rocks, Manchester-by-the-Sea, FREE
       Ascend a small hill to where a massive granite monolith juts into the sky, then pass a swamp where another huge
       boulder has sat as silent witness for millennia. Big and Little Agassiz Rocks are dramatic examples of giant
       boulders plucked from bedrock and carried far away by the last glacier
87.    Amesbury Town Park, Amesbury, FREE
       The Amesbury Town Park, located between Friend and Highland Streets, is expansive and modern, offering a
       place for children of all ages to play.
88.    Appalachian Mountain Club Outdoor Activities, New England
       The nation's oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization sponsors thousands of outdoor activities a
       year, many for families. AMC trips and facilities are a wonderful way to introduce your kids to the outdoors.


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89.    Blue Hills Trailside Museum, Milton, $
       The Blue Hills Trailside Museum is the interpretive center for the 7,000-acre Blue Hills Reservation and is managed
       by the Massachusetts Audubon Society.
90.    Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation, New Hampshire, FREE
       Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation is based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. In the summer, they host a
       Marine Life Touch Tank in Portsmouth and the Sea Life Discovery Center in Salisbury Beach.
91.    Boston Common, Boston, $
       Boston Common is Boston, Massachusetts' most famous public park and the oldest city park in the United States,
       dating as far back as 1634. It includes 50 acres of open park space with sports fields, a spray fountain & ice rink
       and access to popular Boston locations.
92.    Boston Public Garden, Boston, FREE
       The Boston Public Garden is the oldest public park in the country, with swan-boat rides in the park's lake,
       beautiful winding paths and gardens. Lots of benches to sit and relax.
93.    Bradley Palmer State Park Wading Pool, Topsfield, $
       This toddler-friendly pool features a mushroom that showers, a turtle to climb on, and ice-cream trucks. Bridge
       construction is complete; no more detours.
94.    Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center & Wildlife Sanctuary, Worcester, $
       Spend a summer afternoon canoeing at Green Hill Park. Canoes, paddles and basic instruction provided. Swim
       skills required. Under 18 requires accompanying adult.
95.    Callahan State Park, Framingham, FREE
       Callahan State Park is an 820-acre reserve area with 7 miles of marked trails for fishing, hiking, horseback riding
       and cross-country skiing.
96.    Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge, Martha’s Vineyard, $
       Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife refuge on Chappaquiddick Island (Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts)
       owned and managed by The Trustees of Reservations. The refuge consists of 516 acres and includes the 1893
       Cape Poge Lighthouse.
97.    Cashman Park, Newburyport, FREE
       A waterfront park that has activities for everyone: a jungle gym, open fields, tennis and basketball courts, soccer
       and softball fields, and a public boat ramp!
98.    Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, Ipswich, $$
       Castle Hill exemplifies the American Country Place Era with its farm and estate buildings, designed grounds and
       gardens, and diverse natural areas.
99.    Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, Boston, FREE
       The Columbus Waterfront Park has a great playground, FREE views of the waterfront, a pretty rose garden, and
       plenty of room for kids to run around and burn off
100.   Cochituate State Park, Natick
       A popular day park featuring water based activities including boating, swimming, windsurfing, and fishing on its
       three large lakes.
101.   Community Recreation Spots In Massachusetts, Boston
       Rediscover the incredible public resources that are available all around Massachusetts, including facilities for
       canoeing, swimming, camping, hiking, walking and bike riding at Massachusetts Parks, and much more...
102.   DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park, Lincoln, $$
       The DeCordova Sculpture Park, encompassing 35 acres of rolling woodlands and lawns, is the largest park of its
       kind in New England. The Sculpture Park provides
103.   Dillaway-Thomas House at Roxbury Heritage State Park, Roxbury
       The Dillaway-Thomas House was built in 1750 and served as headquarters for General John Thomas and the
       Continental Army during the siege of Boston in 1775.
104.   Dinosaur Footprints, Western Mass, FREE
       Dinosaur footprints, fossilized plants, and delicate ripple marks of a prehistoric pool are preserved in stone at this
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       reservation. Since at least 1860, ichnologists have acclaimed the Connecticut River Valley for its abundance
       dinosaur tracks.
105.   Dr. Suess National Memorial Sculpture Garden, Western Mass, FREE
       The Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden is now open at the Quadrangle in Springfield, MA, the city
       where Theodor Seuss Geisel was born.
106.   Duxbury Beach Park, Duxbury
       Two beaches in one as the beach is sort of a thin peninsula with a parking lot in the middle: Outer Beach offers a
       great spot for sun-bathing, walking and swimming. At Inner Beach you'll discover protected clam beds, kayaking,
       & a boat launch.
107.   EcoTarium, Worcester
       3-story museum and park dedicated to learning about our natural world. Animal exhibits, hands-on exhibits,
       special programs, train ride & planetarium.
108.   Elm Bank at Mass Horticultural Society, Wellesley, $
       Mass Hort’s 36-acre hands-on horticulture center offers adults and children the opportunity to experience, enjoy
       and learn about plants and the environment. Perfect for walking, running, hiking, playing, picnicking, bike riding,
       exploring, kite flying, relaxing -- and for taking beautiful photos!
109.   Emerald Necklace, Charles River & Boston Harbor, Boston
       Emerald Necklace, The Charles River, and the Boston Harbor Islands - three of Boston's recreational gems!
       Discover these great parks and all they have to offer.
110.   Endicott Park, Danvers, $
       Offers a large playground, animal farm and nature hiking path. Picnic tables are available throughout the grounds.
       Bathrooms and drink machines can be found in the main building.
111.   Franklin Park, Boston, FREE
       Franklin Park is home to Boston's largest forest. It boasts an 18-hole public golf course, tennis courts, baseball
       fields, old stone ruins, and New England's largest Zoo.
112.   Franklin Park Playstead, Dorchester, FREE
       Playing fields next to the rear entrance to the Franklin Park Zoo. Near the corner of Seaver Street and Elm Hill Ave.
       Enter the park by the main road from Blue Hill Avenue or the Arborway and turn on Pierpont Road across from
       the golf course.
113.   Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, $$
       One of the first outdoor museums in America, at Fruitlands visitors discover the stories, experiments and ideals of
       the Alcotts, Shakers, utopians, artists and Native peoples. Fruitlands four galleries, singular collections, over 200
       pastoral acres, trails and vistas stir the imagination.
114.   Fruitlands Museum Walking Trails, Harvard, FREE
       Take a morning stroll over the land of Fruitlands Museum. Enjoy a peaceful walk through Fruitlands' varied
       landscapes on 3.2 miles of well-marked walking trails.
115.   Great Brook Farm State Park, Carlisle, FREE
       The park is open year round from sunrise to sunset and is available to the public FREE of charge. The ice cream
       stand, and daily barn tours are available
116.   Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, 2 Locations, FREE
       Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located just 20 miles west of Boston. Roughly 85 percent of the
       refuge's 3,600 acres is comprised of valuable freshwater wetlands stretching along 12 miles of the Concord and
       Sudbury Rivers. There is an easy walking loop less than 2 miles that is great for discovering wildlife.
117.   Green Briar Nature Center & Jam Kitchen, Sandwich, $
       On the shores of Smiling Pool and next to the famous Briar Patch of Thornton Burgess’s stories, Green Briar offers
       interpreted nature trails and a spectacular wild flower garden. Look for year-round natural history programs for
       children and adults that include story times, classes, field trips, guided walks, and workshops
118.   Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary, Belmont, $
       Just 6 miles from downtown Boston, Habitat is an 88-acre Mass. Audubon urban oasis devoted to environmental
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       education. Over 2.5 miles of gentle trails wind through deciduous and evergreen forests, across meadows, around
       2 ponds, and along a wetland containing a vernal pool.
119.   Halibut Point State Park, Rockport
       Halibut Point is made of sheets of 440 million year-old granite that now descend from rocky headland to the tidal
       pools below.
120.   Hitchcock Center for the Environment, Amherst, $
       The Hitchcock Center for the Environment on the Larch Hill Conservation Area in Amherst, Massachusetts offers
       natural history programs for people of all ages and backgrounds.
121.   Horn Pond, Woburn, FREE
       Horn Pond is a great area to visit for nature, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, sunset watching, bird watching, dog
       walking, a place to take the kids, hill climbing or just relaxing. There is a large network of walking trails through
       varying landscape. there is also a designated walking route around the pond. you can climb up the mountain for a
       great view of Winchester and Woburn.
122.   Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, Topsfield, $$
       Ipswich River, Mass Audubon’s largest sanctuary, offers more than 10 miles of interconnecting trails that invite
       you to explore the forests, meadows, and wetlands.
123.   Johnny Appleseed Trail, Central Mass, FREE
       Located along scenic Route 2 between the Freedom Trail and the Mohawk Trail, the Johnny Appleseed Trail of
       North Central Massachusetts offers a charming New England flavor and a wide range of beautiful foliage, unique
       getaways, and fall fairs and festivals.
124.   Joppa Flats Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary, Newburyport, $
       The Joppa Flats Education Center is located at the gateway to the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge and the
       Plum Island estuary. Come see and learn about the many species of birds that utilize the area’s extensive salt
       marshes, mudflats, rivers, bays, and coastal waters. Indoor and outdoor activities are offered.
125.   Lowell National Historical Park, Lowell, $
       Enjoy learning all about the Industrial Revolution through many hands-on activities, programs, and tours.
126.   Lynn Woods, Lynn, FREE
       Lynn Woods Reservation is the second largest municipal park in the greater Boston area. This 2,200 acre forest
       reserve consists of ponds, wetlands, streams, deciduous/evergreen forest and rocky ledge.
127.   Maudslay State Park - Theater in the Open, Newburyport, $$
       Theater in the Open is an outdoor performance stage that transforms the magical tradition of storytelling into
       theater using puppetry, pageantry, music, movement, and acting.
128.   Middlesex Fells Reservation, Stoneham, FREE
       2,000 acres of trails, rocks, ponds & fields. Hike up to the stone tower that overlooks the Boston basin. See
       coyote, red fox, and white tail deer. Enjoy frequent nature events for the whole family.
129.   Misery Islands, Salem, Salem, FREE
       A system of trails provides access to most parts of The Trustees' Great Misery Island, including spectacular
       overlooks, stony beaches, and grassy fields. Little Misery Island is accessible from Great Misery Island by wading
       across a narrow, shallow channel at very low tide.
130.   Moseley Woods, Newburyport, FREE
       A seasonal, shady, not-too-crowded park located right on the Merrimack River offers play areas for toddlers and
       older children.
131.   Moswetuset Hummock, Quincy, FREE
       This wooded area located at the intersection of East Squantum St. and Quincy Shore Dr. was the seat of the Indian
       chief Chickatabot, who was visited by Captain Myles Standish and the Indian guide Squanto in 1621.
132.   NARA Park, Acton, $
       During the summer, the beach portion at NARA has a daily rate for swimming. Families can rent boats, use the
       playground, walk the trails, or take in a concert at the ampitheatre.

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133.   Nashua River Watershed Association, Groton, FREE
       The Nashua River Watershed Association serves as an educator, advocate, and steward for the 31 watershed
       communities in north central MA and southern NH.Youth programs are offered for school groups as well as to the
       public.
134.   New England Mountain Bike Association, New England, $
       New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA) is a recreational trails advocacy organization. Join in on many
       rides for adults and families.
135.   New England Wildlife Center, Weymouth
       The New England Wildlife Center (NEWC) is a twenty-two year-old humane, nonprofit organization dedicated to
       preserving wildlife and the environment with a wildlife teaching hospital, education, advocacy and public health
       and habitat intervention. You can tour the center's new “green” facility in South Weymouth and view their
       extensive specimen collection.
136.   Odiorne Point State Park, New Hampshire, $
       Odiorne Point, the largest undeveloped stretch of shore on New Hampshire's 18-mile coast, offers lots of fun for
       nature-lovers: picnicking, boating, fishing, hiking, biking, nature walking, cross-country skiing, and more!
137.   Old North Bridge, Concord, FREE
       Site where the shot heard round the world was fired. Stroller friendly paths give passage to a serene park area
       with a view of the river.
138.   Old North Church Gardens, Boston, FREE
       Surrounding Old North Church are some wonderful, relaxing gardens, including an 18th century garden, complete
       with rose arches, and terraces.
139.   Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Newburyport, $
       Parker River National Wildlife Refuge occupies in part, the southern 3/4ths of Plum Island, an 8 mile (12.9
       kilometer) barrier island, and offers excellent wildlife-oriented recreational and educational opportunities with
       visitor facilities and programs provided to enhance your experience.
140.   Peaked Mountain, Western Mass, FREE
       From the 1,227-foot summit of Peaked ('pea-kid') Mountain, a panoramic view unfolds taking in Connecticut's
       Shenipsit State Forest to the south, Mount Monadnock to the north, and Mount Wachusett to the northeast.
141.   Percy Rideout Playground In West Concord, Concord, FREE
       Excellent playground for all age groups. Has baby & swings & a huge wooden jungle gym with tandem slides & lots
       of activities. Hoops & Tennis.
142.   PhotoWalks In Boston, Online, $$$
       Explore Boston with PhotoWalks, historical walking tours with a photographic edge. Learn how to capture
       Boston's natural beauty and charm in your photos.
143.   Planet Playground, New Hampshire, FREE
       A giant, wooden play structure in Exeter, NH, designed with the input of 1200 elementary age children, local
       artists, and representatives from the special needs community. Come to the playground 'for out of this galaxy
       fun!'
144.   Powisset Farm, Dover, FREE
       Powisset Farm features a classic old barn, pond, pigs “Tink” and “Molly,” chickens, 104 acres of fields, and more
       than a mile of new hiking trails. Come discover what makes this a special place for the community! Event is FREE
       to all.
145.   Puddlestompers Nature Exploration, Wellesley, $$
       Puddlestompers gives children ages 2 to 5, and their parents or caregivers, an opportunity to explore and discover
       the great outdoors.
146.   Ravenswood Park, Gloucester, FREE
       Long treasured by residents of Gloucester and neighboring towns, Ravenswood Park offers a tranquil wooded
       setting for walking, cross-country skiing, or snowshoeing along almost ten miles of trails and carriage paths.

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147.   Rock Meadow, Belmont, FREE
       Lots of green fields, community gardens, and easy terrain trails in the woods lets you make believe that you have
       a little bit of the country nearby.
148.   Roger Williams Park, Rhode Island, $
       The 'Jewel of Providence,' the award-winning Roger Williams Park, designed by Horace Cleveland in 1878, attracts
       more than 2 million visitors per year. Enjoy a carousel, boating, botanical gardens, zoo and natural history
       museum.
149.   Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, FREE
       The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway encompasses gardens, plazas, and tree-lined promenades. Offering
       beautiful places for relaxation within the rhythm of the urban environment, the Greenway is a key feature of the
       modern reinvention of Boston, Boston Harbor, the South Boston Waterfront, and the Harbor Islands.
150.   Salem Willows Park, Salem, FREE
       Beautiful shaded seaside grounds, scenic ocean views, public pier, picnic areas, beaches, children's rides, activities
       and many eateries.
151.   Seacoast Science Center, New Hampshire, $
       Located in Rye, NH, the Seacoast Science Center offers a variety of indoor exhibits highlighting some of the
       fascinating features of coastal New Hampshire. Your children will love to explore in the touch tanks, watch
       beautiful fish in their tanks, and burn off some energy on the outdoor trails and at the seaside picnic area!
152.   Slocum's River Reserve, Dartmouth, FREE
       Formerly known as Island View Farm, Slocum's River Reserve includes mature woodlands, agricultural fields, and
       pastures that slope down to the western bank of the Slocum's River.
153.   SMILE Sudbury Playground, Sudbury, FREE
       The new Sudbury Playground includes a Boundless Playground area designated for 5 – 12 year olds and a new 2 –
       5 year old tot lot. Loads of unique climbers & slides to explore for children of all abilities.
154.   South Shore Natural Science Center, Norwell, $
       The South Shore Natural Science Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about the
       natural and cultural environments of the South Shore.
155.   Spring Brook Park Swim Area, Bedford, $$
       Beach, dock, playground, sprinkler park, volleyball, picnic area, grills, basketball court, concession. Daily rates &
       memberships available. June 15 - Labor Day.
156.   Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, New Hampshire, $
       Through spectacular live animal exhibits, natural science education programs, and lake cruises, the Science Center
       has educated and enlightened visitors for forty years about the importance of our natural world.
157.   Sudbury Valley Trustees, Massachusetts, FREE
       Join SVT staff and volunteers in exploring the Concord, Assabet and Sudbury watershed in a variety of locations
       through a variety of land and water-based activities
158.   The Charles River Esplanade, Boston, FREE
       One beautiful area of Boston is the 17-mile stretch of land along the banks of the Charles River. To many people,
       this area is known as the Esplanade, especially near the Hatch Shell.
159.   The Russell Orchards Property, Ipswich, $
       On the Road to Crane Beach is a 120-acre farm comprised of fields, gardens, orchards, and barns. Come visit many
       different types of animals, taste 25 varieties of apples, try some famous cider donuts, enjoy old-fashioned penny
       candy, visit the winery, and pick your own fruits to bring home!
160.   Thornton W. Burgess Museum/Green Briar Nature Center, Sandwich, $
       Celebrate animals at this festive event. See a pet rabbit show, live animals, stories, and meet Peter Rabbit and
       Smokey the Bear.
161.   Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Boylston, $$
       Stroll the gardens and grounds to explore nature, take a Contemplative break from work or share some quality
       time with your family. Check for special events.
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162.   Trustees of Reservations Properties, Massachusetts, FREE
       The Trustees of Reservations preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic,
       and ecological value in Massachusetts. Their many properties include including Crane Beach, World's End, Rocky
       Woods, Cape Poge, and Notchview.
163.   Waterplace Park, Rhode Island, FREE
       Waterplace Park is a unique urban park and river walk in the heart of downtown Providence. Romantic Venetian-
       style footbridges, cobblestone walkways, and an amphitheater encircling a tidal pond set the tone at this 4-acre
       tract.
164.   West Concord / Percy Rideout Playground, Concord, FREE
       Wonderful outdoor playground with a jungle gym, swings, a double slide for racing, and cedar grounds.
       Equipment is shaded for sunny days.
165.   Winchester Climbing Tree, Winchester, FREE
       On the common in Winchester center is a gnarled old tree that is tremendous for climbing.
166.   Wolf Hollow, Ipswich, $
       Wolf Hollow is a non-profit org. offering a unique opportunity to view gray wolves in as natural a setting as
       possible.
167.   World's End, Hingham, $
       World's End comprises four coastal drumlins -- Pine Hill, Planter's Hill, and the double drumlins of World's End
       proper -- all connected by over four miles of walking paths that offer dramatic views of the Weir River, Hingham
       Harbor, and the Boston skyline.
168.   Zoar Outdoor, Western Mass, $$
       The Northeast's leader in outdoor adventure offers white water rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, and biking
       adventures in the Berkshires! Take a course or sign up for a guided outing - just get out there and enjoy the
       summer!




ZOOS & AQUARIUMS
169.      Franklin Park Zoo - Zoo New England, Boston, $$
       Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site, nestled in Boston’s historic Franklin Park. Long considered the “crown jewel” of
       Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace Park System, the Zoo opened in 1912. Located just four miles from
       downtown Boston, the AZA-accredited Franklin Park Zoo draws visitors from throughout New England and around
       the world.
170.   Animal Adventures, Bolton, $$
       See exotic animals from around the world at Animal Adventures. Features 'hands on' interaction for the
       adventurous, or simply watch, learn & have fun! Now open to the public.
171.   Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Natick, $
       Nine miles of walking trails guide you through a variety of field, woodland, and wetland habitats. See beavers,
       otters, and wood ducks in the marsh.
172.   Butterfly Garden at Museum of Science, Boston, $
       The fluttering flight of four hundred colorful butterflies and the scent of flower blossoms will welcome visitors
       into an unforgettable, multi-sensory experience.
173.   Buttonwood Park Zoo, New Bedford, $
       Nearly 200 species of animals are represented in the Buttonwood Park Zoo, ranging from tiny frogs to enormous
       elephants. Pony & Train Rides as well as a weekly music hour.
174.   Capron Park & Zoo, Attleboro, $
       The Capron Park Zoo is a great place to bring the entire family. This zoo is a small park with plenty of animals to
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       see. The river otters offer plenty of entertainment with their tricks and performances that they seem to do
       endlessly!
175.   Forest Park Zoo, Western Mass, $
       The Forest Park Zoo in Springfield, MA, features exotic and indigenous animals representing a large variety of
       species found throughout the world and in North America.
176.   Lupa Zoo, Western Mass, $$
       Non-profit wildlife facility dedicated to promoting appreciation and respect for the conservation of animals and
       their ecosystems
177.   Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory, Western Mass, $$
       Open 7 days a week - year round - this magical butterfly conservatory is relaxing and fun for all ages. See exhibits,
       live butterflies, beautiful gardens and more
178.   Mystic Aquarium, Connecticut, $$$
       Experience the Mystic Aquarium experience of marine creatures in their underwater world. A good new England
       day trip from points south and west of Boston.
179.   New England Aquarium, Boston, $$$
       The New England Aquarium features a unique central tank as the main attraction complete with small sharks,
       many varieties of fish and a huge sea turtle.
180.   Roger Williams Park Zoo, Rhode Island, $$
       Roger Williams Park Zoo is a great place for families to learn about and appreciate wildlife.
181.   Southwick's Wild Animal Zoo, Mendon, $$
       Privately owned and maintained, Southwick’s has the largest collection of animals and endangered species. One
       of the nicest zoos in the region.
182.   Stone Zoo, Stoneham, $$
       Visit the touchable barnyard (June & July) where children can touch and see goats and sheep. Wild animals
       include coatimundi, colobus monkeys, flamingos, llamas, markhor goats, bald eagles, Mexican gray wolves, river
       otter, emperor tamarins, ring-tailed lemurs, snow leopards, jaguars, black bears & tortoises.
183.   The Butterfly Place, Westford, $$
       The Butterfly Place is an indoor preserve which has been carefully designed for the development of magnificent
       colorful butterflies. At any given time, the atrium may contain up to 500 butterflies representing as many as 50
       different species from around the world.
184.   Woods Hole Aquarium, Cape Cod, FREE
       The Woods Hole Science Aquarium is a small public aquarium that displays approximately 140 species of marine
       animals found in Northeast and Middle-Atlantic U.S. waters.
185.   York's Wild Kingdom, Maine, $$$
       Located in York Beach, Maine, York's Animal Kingdom has something to offer every member of the family. Enjoy a
       variety of family rides, paddle boats, an 18 hole miniature golf course, a petting zoo, scenic picnic grounds and
       even a Haunted House.
186.   ZooQuarium, Yarmouth, $$
       It's a Zoo and an Aquarium in one! See live sea lion shows, learn about local sea life, or take a stroll through the
       petting zoo to see many interesting animals




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BOATING
187.   Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center & Wildlife Sanctuary, Worcester, $
       Spend a summer afternoon canoeing at Green Hill Park. Canoes, paddles and basic instruction provided. Swim
       skills required. Under 18 requires accompanying adult.
188.   Canoeing on the Nashua River, Central Mass, $$
       If you've tried canoeing/kayaking on the Concord River and/or Charles River, here's a great treat for you.
189.   Cape Ann Whale Watch, Gloucester, $$$
       This tour offers four-hour trips led by staff members from the Whale Conservation Institute. You can also listen to
       whale songs with headsets onboard.
190.   Cochecho River Tours & Cruises, New Hampshire, $$
       Located in Historic Dover Landing, Cochecho River Tours & Cruises offers a varied schedule of public tours of the
       Cochecho and Piscataqua Rivers. Enjoy the beauty of a New England autumn with a special Fall Foliage Tour!
191.   Cochituate State Park, Natick
       A popular day park featuring water based activities including boating, swimming, windsurfing, and fishing on its
       three large lakes.
192.   Community Boating & Sailing, Boston, $
       Community sailing & lessons for beginner and advanced sailors in a variety of boats, kids sail all summer for only
       $1.00. May-Oct. Charles River.
193.   Community Canoeing In Massachusetts, Boston
       Rediscover the incredible public resources that are available all around Massachusetts. There are facilities for
       canoeing, swimming, camping, hiking, walking and bike riding at Massachusetts Parks, and much more...
194.   Community Recreation Spots In Massachusetts, Boston
       Rediscover the incredible public resources that are available all around Massachusetts, including facilities for
       canoeing, swimming, camping, hiking, walking and bike riding at Massachusetts Parks, and much more...
195.   Courageous Sailing Center, 2 Locations, $$
       Whether it's your first time on a boat or you have years of experience under your belt, when it comes to sailing
       there's always more to learn. We offer a wide range of courses, led by expert, US Sailing-certified instructors.
196.   Emerald Necklace, Charles River & Boston Harbor, Boston
       Emerald Necklace, The Charles River, and the Boston Harbor Islands - three of Boston's recreational gems!
       Discover these great parks and all they have to offer
197.   Isles of Shoals Steamship Company New Hampshire, $$$
       Take a cruise to the legendary Isles of Shoals or along Portsmouth Harbor. The Isles of Shoals Steamship Company
       offers sightseeing cruises, educational and interactive fieldtrips, and special events for passengers young and old.
       In the evening, enjoy a lobster clambake or party on a Reggae Cruise.
198.   Jamaica Pond Boating & Sailing, Boston, $$
       Jamaica Pond is a good place to learn rowing and sailing. You can also fish there, and it is a fun place to go all year
       round. No swimming though.
199.   Seven Seas Whale Watching, Gloucester, $$$
       The brand new Privateer IV is a most comfortable and elegant vessel to whale watch on. Sightings guaranteed.
200.   Soft Paddling on the Deerfield River/Shelburne Falls, Bolton, $$
       Berkshire weekend canoe trip and overnight at a B&B.
201.   South Bridge Boat House, Concord, $$
       The South Bridge Boat House provides canoe, kayak, motor boat rentals for use on the Concord River. Life vests
       and seat cushions are provided at no extra cost.
202.   The Charles River Esplanade, Boston, FREE
       One beautiful area of Boston is the 17-mile stretch of land along the banks of the Charles River. To many people,
       this area is known as the Esplanade, especially near the Hatch Shell.
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203.   Zoar Outdoor, Western Mass, $$
       The Northeast's leader in outdoor adventure offers white water rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, and biking
       adventures in the Berkshires! Take a course or sign up for a guided outing - just get out there and enjoy the
       summer!
204.   Hopkinton State Park
       Outdoor Recreation of Hopkinton Inc. provides seasonal boat rentals (508) 435-3965.



G O K A RT S
205.   Checkered Flag Indoor Karting, Haverhill, $$
       Checkered Flag's 30,000 square foot indoor facility is designed for intense racing, family fun, and corporate team
       building. This 23,000 square foot speedway track boasts a 100 foot back stretch, two switchback turns, and a
       racing line like no other. The Mini Cup Track: 100 feet of track that's Safe and fun for children ages 4-9. All drivers
       must be licensed.
206.   Jay Gees Miniature Golf & Go Karts & Batting Cages Lawrence, MA 01841. 978-689-0456                      jaygees.com
       Come ride our newly advanced go-kart track! On our longer track with new curves and speedy new cars, you will
       enjoy racing your family or friends all day long! Fun for all ages, if you are less than 54” just hop in a car with a
       licensed driver over the height requirement and you are ready to race! Save money by buying tickets in bulk or
       enjoy all our activities with our Fun Pass!
       Are you above 54” and want to slide or “drift” a little, just like a race car driver? Jump in line for our slick track!
       Our oval shaped track with slick corners is double the fun! Great fun for kids and adults!
207.   FUNWAY USA – FOXBORO, 2 Washington Street • Foxboro, MA 02035. Route 1 • One Mile North of Gillette
       Stadium. Phone: 508-668-2000
       Mini Golf, Go-Kart Racing, Bumper Boats, Rock Climbing, Moon Walk, Bungee Trampoline*
208.   Starland Sports and Fun Park Hanover MA                                                          www.starland.us
       27 Hole Mini Golf Complex - 2 separate miniature golf courses!, 8 Batting cages-5 Baseball and 3 Softball, Laser
       Tag Arena, 24 foot Rock Climb Wall, Go Kart Track featuring both Single and Double Karts, Golf Driving Range,
       Arcade games
209.   Jay Gee's Ice Cream & Fun Center, Methuen, $$
       Jay Gee's Ice Cream & Fun Center offers Ice cream, go-karts (Family Track or Slick Track, bumper boat rides, a
       batting cage, mini-golf, an arcade, and birthday parties.




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