Amusement Parks in Easton


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  • Jake's Place Clubhouse
    The fashion-savvy stylists at Frenzy Boutique rotate garment racks with the latest looks for women and girls by Soul Revival, Level 99, Ankh, and other high-profile designers. Off-the-shoulder shirts by Vain reveal the skin's funkier flairs ($62); pairs of wedge gladiator sandals by Sergio Zelce embellish feet in black-and-brown hues and act as a backup weapon in the event of sword failure ($58). Royal Plush jeans shower lucky legs with snug streaks of attention ($79?$225), pairing primly with T-shirts designed by Inappropriate ($62) and accompanying handbags ($75). As patrons peruse Frenzy's clothing, they can discuss fashion trends or the benefits of bathing in dust with the in-store mascot, a chinchilla named Toby.
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    253 Mansfield Avenue
    Norton, MA US
  • Ghoulie Manor
    Locals are going missing, and rumors swirl around the Goulet family manor—earning it the sinister nickname of "Ghoulie Manor." So begins the lore of this haunted house, home to countless spooky characters and more than 30 rooms of horror, including an unsavory kitchen, a bedroom full of dolls and a toy clown, and a family crypt. Visitors explore the wheelchair-accessible manor at their own peril, screaming at the sight of zombies, a mad scientist, and other diabolical family members.
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    2 Galleria Mall Dr.
    Taunton, MA US
  • F1 Boston
    Most Popular Attraction/Offering: European-style kart racing Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Established: 2000 Staff Size: 50+ people Average Duration of Services: 30–60 minutes Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Recommended Age Group: Adults Pro Tip: Wear loose-fitting clothes and closed toe shoes. Participants must be 18 or older with a valid drivers license. Q&A with F1 Boston As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected? F1 Boston's staff makes every race a thrilling experience for the racers. They are also trained to keep races fair and safe for each driver. What’s your favorite part of your job? Watching our customers get fired up from the adrenalin-pumping race action.
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    290 Wood Rd.
    Braintree, MA US
  • Seekonk Speedway
    In 1945, Dr. Anthony Venditti—known as the godfather of New England auto racing—broke ground for the Seekonk Speedway. Today, his wife, son, and grandson carry on his legacy by managing the oval, 1/3-mile track with its 7-foot banking and 420-foot straightaway lengths. They also oversee the track’s concessions, but spectators can tote along their own six-pack coolers of frosty libations in the wheelbarrow full of gold bars they plan to wager during the races.
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    1782 Fall River Ave.
    Seekonk, MA US
  • Edaville USA
    In 1946, Ellis D. Atwood began to build a sanctuary for one of America's most magnificent beasts: the railway train, which was then on the brink of extinction. He rescued equipment from short lines in Maine and laid tracks around his cranberry bogs, where they would cart his harvests and carry visitors on scenic tours. These daytrips became such a draw that Ellis decided to augment his plantation with carnival attractions and holiday light displays. The park borrowed his initials to form its name, Edaville, and today, more than 65 years since Ellis purchased the first of his rails, the park continues to welcome families who flock there for the classic rides, outings aboard the train, and panoramas of growing cranberries. A looming Ferris wheel rewards guests of all ages with a view of Edaville's layout. From the Tilt-a-Whirl and Red Baron plane rides to the old carousel and souvenir general store, the surroundings comprise a whimsical escape designed with young children and their parents in mind. To complement the 1,300-acre cranberry plantation, the Cranberry World exhibit provides a glimpse of antique cars and cranberry-harvesting gear, enlightening visitors with historical narratives about the fruit. Ellis's Playhouse contains a ball pit, maze, and train tables, which enable youngsters to see what subways looked like before they got shy and burrowed into the earth. Fall and winter seasons transform the park into a sparkling venue for Christmas lights and visits with Santa, with select dates offering magical rides aboard a train designed after the Polar Express.
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    7 Eda Ave
    Carver, MA US
  • Cartland of Cape Cod
    Most physical confrontations involve a level of personal risk, but at Cartland of Cape Cod, fun-loving competitors let robotic Boxerjocks do the swinging. Safely tucked away in a cage of steel, operators trigger sidesteps with the thrust of a joystick and jabs with the punch of a button. The unusual attraction is just a taste of what the epicenter of family fun has to offer, from vintage Indy-style go-karts to colorful bumper boats and water-balloon slingshots. Visitors who want to keep dry can head to the 20-hole mini-golf course and batting cages, and can sate their hunger with chili, barbecue pork, and other meals, or a scoop of ice cream rather than laboring to befriend an iceberg.
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    3044 Cranberry Hwy
    East Wareham, MA US

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