Littleton in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Game & Entertainment Centers. Discover best things to do in Littleton with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Littleton
4.5 based on 178 reviews
Unfortunately I'm not going to give Kimball Farm a good review. Their ice cream was great though. We won a "Give Me Five" pass so recently went, all excited to go. The Give Me Five pass said it was good for ice cream as one of the 5 things you could use it for but when we ordered the ice cream we were told we had to pay for it, which we weren't expecting. Then there was a large corporate event going on so there were thousands of people there. I think they should put a sign outside letting you know that it will be overly crowded that day so you can choose to leave & come another day. Regardless we probably would have stayed since we traveled over an hour to get there. The first thing we did was the zip line. We stood in line for over 1 1/2 hours to go on a one minute ride. There was no rhyme or reason to the line so people were cutting the line. Then we played miniature golf which took us 2 hours to play because it was so crowded so you had to wait for the people ahead of you to finish their hole before you could play & then you felt rushed because there were so many people behind you. We are 2 60 + people and standing for over 3 1/2 hours was too much for us with no place to sit down due to the crowds. We asked if we could leave & come back another day to use the remainder of our 3 activities & we were told no, we used it that day or tough luck. We decided to go to the Animal Adventure since there was no line & by now we had been at Kimballs for 6 hours & only managed to do 3 things. Every place we went the line was at least an hour to two hour wait & we just couldn't do it, so we left. We would have REALLY been upset if we had paid the $42.50 price the Give Me Five is, but as I said we won the passes. Due to the crowds & the long long wait in line I can't give Kimballs a good review.
5 based on 8 reviews
The O'neil Cinema is a great theater with reserved, comfortable, reclining seats with seat trays and one of the largest screens I have seen. Patrons can enjoy a bite and a cocktail in the Backstage Lounge bar/restaurant and even carry an alcoholic beverage into the theater. Food, even Regina's Pizza, can be ordered and delivered directly to your seat. Tuesday is bargain day with special prices for tickets, candy, popcorn, and drinks. There are also specials for seniors on Wednesdays and special pricing for the military every day. Great theater!
4.5 based on 87 reviews
Discovery Museum is a hands-on museum that blends science, nature, and play, inspiring families to explore and learn together. The museum and its Discovery Woods accessible outdoor nature playscape and 550 sf treehouse blend the best of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) learning on a beautiful 4.5-acre campus abutting 180 acres of conservation land in Acton, MA, about 20 miles west of Boston. Originally founded in 1982 and expanded to two museums in 1987, the museum reopened in a single, 16,000sf accessible building after a complete renovation and expansion in early 2018. Hands-on, open-ended exhibits developed by professional educators inspire curiosity and exploration, providing a fun and engaging experience for children and adults to discover their world together.
Went with my vision impaired wife and was treated to a guided tour of the outdoor facility as the main building is being totally renovated. The outdoor facility is great for children in the 3 to 10 age range with lots to climb, hide and do things in the tree house. All is accessible for all.
4.5 based on 570 reviews
The "shot heard round the world," which signaled the start of the Revolutionary War, was fired from this spot.
loved visiting it. know history before you visit. was great to see. must se if you are in the area. neat area to walk around.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
Fruitlands Museum is comprised of four separate museums, showcasing Transcendentalists, Shakers, Native Americans and American paintings on 210 acres of meadows and woods with 2.5 miles of trails and a breathtaking view of the Nashua River Valley. The Fruitlands Museum Store sells fine crafts by local artists and the Museum Café, which is open during the main season (April 15 through November 7), focuses on locally sourced, sustainable cuisine reflective of the heritage of New England.
Interesting even on a bitterly cold day. We were passing on a trip to see the trees in the fall and saw the sign to the museum and entered out of curiosity. The farm itself and its history is very interesting comprising an early experiment in 'Shaker' communal living followed by another in offering work for vagrants. The house interiors are particularly interesting as there are many examples of 'Shaker' furniture. The most surprising thing was to find that the small art gallery had some of the best American paintings of the 19th century including by Alfred Bierstadt, Weir, Kensett and others. Unfortunately, we were too cold to appreciate the extensive walks around the property due to lack of time but mostly the cold! A return trip would be good if I was ever that way again.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
This great restaurant has amazing steaks, a beautiful view of Gibbett Hill and friendly staff. Enjoy your meal while watching the cattle graze peacefully on the hill. My favorite is the Steak Frites with delicious hanger steak, salad and their amazing french fries. Make weekend reservations weeks in advance if you have a special occasion coming up.
5 based on 15 reviews
The Happy Chocolatier™, LLC, founded in June 2011, spreads happiness with high-quality, all natural truffle Cubze™ and other chocolate confections, as well chocolate, candy, The Happy Chocolatier as an exceptional customer experience. Our signature chocolates, Cubze, are unique truffles in a cube shape. Each Cubze piece is coated in chocolate and hand foiled along with an inspirational message about happiness. The Cubze and other fine chocolates are available in single-serving sizes and in attractive, eye-catching boxes for gift giving. We hand make many seasonal chocolates for the Cubze, chocolate, happiness happy kid in all of us, plus elegant wedding and event favors. Our fine chocolates make excellent business gifts. We provide the service of creating chocolate selections to meet business gift-giving needs. In addition to our elegant boxed chocolates, we create custom gift baskets and towers. The Acton shop also offers a selection of ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet available year-round.
After watching a movie about chocolate, what choice did we have but to go out and find a chocolatier. Wish you could just walk around a sample everything. What we got was very good.
4.5 based on 612 reviews
The more than 900 acres of this national park run along the route of the battle of Lexington and Concord.
This is a great place filled with historical lessons while you walk. Highly recommend it. The trail is beautiful so hard to believe a battle happened in such a beautiful place. Walk across the bridge and read the battle descriptions. It will take you back in time.
5 based on 11 reviews
Harvard Alpaca Ranch is located on 5.7 acres of beautiful farmland, easily accessible from Route 495 and Route 2 in the heart of apple country. We are open for farm tours on most weekends, 10:00am and 5:00pm. Stop by and meet the herd and see our facility. Our alpaca shop is open on weekends for all your alpaca product needs. We have finished products as well as yarn made from our alpacas.
An interesting trip to visit this lovely little ranch. You are able to feed and stroke the Alpacas, Matt know their characters so well. Great place for kids. An interesting shop, selling alpaca products with the intention to start selling products made from the alpacas...MoreThanks for the kind review. We hope we made your trip to the states a little more interesting and enjoyable! Good luck with your farm plans. Don't hesitate to contact us if we can be of any help. Safe travels!
5 based on 10 reviews
Are you ready for an intense hour of mind-bending, adrenaline-pumping, puzzle-solving fun? Escape rooms are live, interactive, themed puzzles that encourage participants to use teamwork, wit, sleuthing skills, and sheer determination to find clues, solve puzzles and unlock a door within 60 minutes to escape the room.
Loved the cleverness and challenge of Titletown Ring Thief. The staff is happy to help orient newbies to this concept. The facility is very comfortable and user friendly. The main room has clever puzzles to get one "in the mood". There is a large conference...MoreThank you!
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