Fun things to do during April School Vacation Week

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Looking for fun things to do during April School Vacation Week in North Central Massachusetts? Here’s a list of family friendly activities to enjoy during April School Vacation Week.


Check out Launch Trampoline Park in Leominster! With trampolines, bowling, arcade, ninja course and more. It’s a great way to stay active while having fun with your family.

Head over to Davis Farmland and visit the farm animals! With plenty of outdoor activities and attractions there’s something for everyone.

Attend one of the Kid’s Workshops at In the Meadow Farm! With a variety of hands-on activities and learning opportunities, it’s a great way to engage young minds and inspire their creativity.

Take a hike at the Massachusetts Audubon Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary! With its beautiful trails and abundant wildlife, it’s the perfect place to enjoy nature and get some exercise.

Head to Great Wolf New England and experience the region’s largest indoor water park! With its thrilling water rides, wave pools, and water slides, Great Wolf is the perfect place to cool off and have fun with your family.

FunStuf-Party-PlaceEnjoy inflatables, arcade games, and other exciting attractions at FunStuff Party Place!

Looking for a delicious treat? Head to Red Apple Farm and enjoy their famous apple cider donuts! But that’s not all – the region is home to a variety of year-round orchards and farm shops where you can sample local produce and treats.

Take your family to meet an alpacas and llamas family at Plain View Farm.

Visit the Johnny Appleseed Visitor’s Center on Route 2 and see New England’s largest apple! While you’re there, discover the story of Johnny Appleseed, the official folk hero of Massachusetts who was born in the local area.

Discover the exciting school vacation week events happening at your local library! There’s no better place to keep your children engaged and learning during their break than at the library. With a range of events such as story time, crafting sessions, and educational workshops, you’ll find something for kids of all ages and interests.

Take a scenic drive to Gardner, MA and see the Bicentennial Giant Chair! Don’t forget to stop by the Gardner Ale House for a delicious lunch while you’re there.

Kimball-FarmIndulge in some of the tastiest and freshest locally made ice cream at Kimball Farm, Rota Spring Farm or Cherry Hill Farm.

Visit the Fitchburg Art Museum and explore their impressive collection of historic and modern art! With a variety of exhibits showcasing diverse forms of artistic expression, it’s a great opportunity for kids to glimpse into the past and discover new perspectives.

Make a stop at the Museum of Russian Icons and explore their fascinating exhibits! While you’re there, be sure to visit their family area on the lower level, which features a variety of books, coloring pages, and traditional Russian toys for kids to enjoy.

Cornerstone-RanchVisit your local parks and take advantage of their playgrounds! It’s a great way to get outside, get some exercise, and let the kids burn off some energy.

Head over to the St Bernard’s Elementary School Carnival! From April 13th to April 23rd, come join in on the fun at 254 Summer Street in Fitchburg. The carnival is guaranteed to have something for everyone, with exciting rides, fun games, and delicious food.

Make your way to Cornerstone Ranch in Princeton and indulge in the exciting activities of horseback riding, private lessons, or the leisurely horse-drawn wagon rides.

Discover your artistic side at Art on the Rocks in Fitchburg or Pottery Paintin’ Place in Lunenburg, where a range of enjoyable activities awaits you, including painting your own pottery, ceramics, canvas, and much more.