Rainy day on vacation? Come indoors to play in Massachusetts
Into every life a little rain must fall. When it does, Massachusetts turns up the indoor fun and competition. You can find indoor climbing gyms with sky ropes courses that test your balance and agility, including specially designed courses for kids ages 2-7. Indoor play spaces allow teenagers to enjoy their favorite multi-player video games and dance games; the youngest in the bunch can climb jungle gyms and ride slides in a three-story-tall play space. Parents will find spaces and places to join in the fun, eat great food, watch TV, and relax. Nearby are family friendly lodging
and museums and galleries
for more indoor adventures.
200 Daniel Webster Highway
Nashua, NH, 03060
Rainy Day Solution #1 – Get the Family Over to Fun World
Rainy weather shows no courtesy for people on vacation. But there's no need for tears in Nashua. Fun World is an all-indoor play space where everyone in the family can find action to fit their tastes. Teenagers will flock to the multi-player video games and dance games, or bunch up at the prize showcase to claim prizes for their redeemable tickets. Meanwhile, the tots of the family can wear themselves to a frazzle climbing jungle gyms and riding the slides in the three-story-tall play space, which also has a ball pit for little-kid foolishness. Parents will appreciate the beautiful carousel imported from Italy, and they might even take a spin on the indoor roller coaster. Eat a pizza lunch, and keep on playing!
1098 Fall River Avenue
Seekonk, MA, 02771
Rain or shine the action never stops
When the tracks are wet and the weather cold or rainy, the action doesn’t stop at Seekonk Grand Prix, it just moves indoors. Find yourself at the arcade and challenge your family and friends on more than 60 of your favorite games including Guitar Hero, Ski Ball, Air Hockey and Dance Dance Revolution and more. Rain or shine there’s always great competitive fun at an affordable price. When the weather clears, be sure to come back for all the on-track action that never fails to amaze and amuse. The new updated state of the art facility has all your go-kart fun to test your skills and moxy, now even two-seater go-karts that can race up to 12 at a time.
50 Walkers Brook Drive
Reading, MA, 01867
Come indoors for high adventure on a sky ropes course
Get everyone out of the rain and up and out on the exciting BeanStalk™ Adventure Ropes Course. Enjoy high thrills as you test your balance and agility moving from one activity to the next. Challenge the zig zag beams, crisscross angled rope ladders, and spaghetti hand lines at 12’ and 24’ and while you’re there, walk the plank, step out on a 6 inch standalone beam, and if you dare, pivot and return. Two levels of rope courses feature 30 exciting activities and a specially designed course for children ages 2-7, the BeanSprout.™ Adventurers must be at least 48" tall or 42" if accompanied by a chaperone. Groups of 10 or more on the same transaction receive a 10% discount.
101 Kingston Collection Way
Kingston, MA, 02364
Indoor Fun from Shopping to Trampolines Entertains at Kingston
The occasional rainy day during your vacation in Plymouth County is actually good news. That’s because the Kingston Collection, a mall packed with shopping, dining, and entertainment for kids and adults, is just a short drive from Plymouth. “Mall” usually denotes shopping, but Kingston Collection offers far more. In addition to shopping at national brand-name stores, a day here can offer play time at Big Top Playland or Billy Beez or Mystery Room or Sky Zone Trampoline Park; haircuts and eyebrow shaping; dining and live entertainment at Waxy's Modern Irish Bar; and seasonal special events, like the Yankee Candle Halloween Event. You can even leave your car back at home or your hotel; new commuter rail line that connects the region to Boston and Cape Cod.