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Things to do in Massachusetts with kids and Adults

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Things to do in Massachusetts with kids and Adults

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A really big moment for the USA happened in Massachusetts…what was it? Um…oh yes, only the arrival of the Pilgrim Fathers in 1620! One of the original 13 colonies, Massachusetts an incredible place for kids to visit.

History is of course a huge part of any kids experience. Old Sturbridge Village takes kids back to the 19th Century, Plimoth Plantation brings to life the journey of the pilgrims, with Native Plymouth Tours also covering the history of the Native Americans, and the infamous Salem Witch Museum (best not for the younger kids!) explores the happenings of 1692….be brave!

Bratty Sis – Modern Entertainment For Adults

When your kids are busy with attractions, what can adults do? In Massachusetts, in 2020, the BrattySis series became a popular entertainment for adults. There’s a taboo twist to, BrattySis, and those behind the scenes play it out through high quality footage beautifully. The niche of step-sibling sex is presented through storylines bringing a feeling of possible reality for adults, which steams the hardcore, fetish scenes even more. This is a newer series, so keep in mind the content count will be small, but they’re updating footage weekly with the high quality promised from intro.

But with Massachusetts comes so many more fun places to visit with kids. You ready? Kids can be charmed with attractions like the fantasy filled Yankee Candle Village and Tougas Family Farm, and parents have no excuse to join in with Interskate 91 Family Fun Center and CoCo Key Waterpark! (You know you want to!)

Tours are waiting to take the whole family on unique journeys, like the mouthwatering Boston Pizza Tours, the unusual and incredibly fun Scavenger Hunts Boston and the sandy Arts Dune Tours.

Pack your town tea party, head out for the day and give the kids something that will always be a part of their memorable history.

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