4.5 based on 546 reviews
Danielle was our tour guide. She was phenomenal! Very informative. She absolutely knew just about everything there was to know about the house, the family, trial etc. She was able to answer all questions...even the curve balls :). Very good. I would recommended it to anyone looking for something to do in Fall River.
4.5 based on 529 reviews
The most amazing display of naval firepower you will ever see. Battleship, Cruiser, Destroyer, PT Boats, Submarine and Cruiser. Definitely worth a visit. You can find coupons on line to limit the cost,. I don't think that kids under 8 should be visiting here. There are steep stairs and small hatches to crawl through.It will take a day and a half to see everything in detail so allow some time.....but definitely tour this site!
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Though on a rainy day, the grounds were very well kept and the burial site was prepared well. The construction on one of the entry gates was not convenient, but what must be done for upkeep, must be done. Everything went smoothly, with the groundskeepers leading the way from the entry gate we used.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Bring comfortable shoes because this ship is huge and there's a lot of walking, climbing and exploring inside. Give yourself ample time to explore everything without rushing. There's a cafeteria with good food located on board this ship. There's no a/c in the majority of the ship so wear comfortable clothes since you're gonna sweat and be warm unless you decide to visit on a cool day. Toilets are conveniently located near the cafeteria. There's lots of history to explore on board and definitely recommended for all military history buffs and naval enthusiasts. Even the kids enjoyed it!
4.5 based on 71 reviews
The historical society is full of beauty and interesting things that one will enjoy. The curator, Mr. Michael Martins, is extremely knowledgeable and I could have spent hours discussing architecture, history, art, etc. with him. I would recommend visiting the historical society to obtain accurate information about the Lizzie Borden Case. I've been several times and Christmas time is the most amazing. They decorate the museum in such grandeur and meticulous uniqueness. I highly recommend this as a stop on your trip to Fall River.
5 based on 57 reviews
I love this place so much. The acoustics are fabulous and seeing music here is such a great experience - BYOB, bring food, sit with friends and enjoy! It's such a special place! The only thing is what others have mentioned - I truly wish they would get rid of the poles in the front of the stage so there is nothing blocking views. Perhaps a large beam??
4 based on 25 reviews
We cannot reflect another place that returns to old fashioned fun where kids can do about anything, from painting to playing music on various instruments.
This is a wonderland of various event rooms each specializing in a different kid setting. Water rooms to color rooms with everything in between.
We enjoy a family annual membership that allows us to visit as often as we want without additional charge .
The staff are super friendly and they keep the place spotless clean.
A grandparents dream for us.
4 based on 19 reviews
The Marine Museum has an extensive collection of marine artifacts dealing with the local history and seafaring in general. There are models of the local steamships from the Fall River Line, models of a wide variety of naval vessels and displays about the Titanic along with the detailed history of them. If you have any interest in the sea or boating it is a worthwhile stop when in the area.
5 based on 15 reviews
" Fall River's Link to American Revolution" This is the home of Col Joseph Durfee who led the Fall River militia during the War for Independence and was frequently visited by the Marquis de Lafayette during this time period. Displays will include clothing, furniture, weaponry medical and surgical instruments and much more. We are open April to October with Events in Nov & Dec Admission is three dollars for adults. Children under 12 are free.
Arrived twice on a Wednesday afternoon, but could not find a sign that it was open that day. Someone else had posted a review from Aug. 1 stating that they had visited, but not open on Aug. 2really sorry we are only open Sundays 1- 4 Pm labor Day to Christmas then occasionally through the year. Please, email us next time before you come and we will open up for you!
3.5 based on 21 reviews
No visit to Fall River is complete without a drive-by of Maplecroft. Nice to see when you consider the history involved.Worth a look.
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