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Peabody has more than 51,000 residents. Not a bad feat for an area that used to be largely farmlands. Today, you could come to Peabody to get away from the hustle and bustle of Boston and Cambridge and other big metropolitan areas, and just chill out and relax. So gather your friends on a bus rental in Peabody, MA, and check out the following places.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

You can check out Metro Bowl (Peabody, MA 01960), where you could play bowling, pool and video games.

Arts & Cultural

Visit the Elizabeth Cassidy Folk Art Museum, where you could see the works of the city's artists. The museum features great examples folk art, including funerary pieces, portraits, needlework, pottery, and other works. The museum also houses the Peabody Art Association Gallery, where you could see paintings and photographs by the artist members, and hosts group shows.

If you want to catch a musical performance, then go to the Donn Carr Performance Center.

Restaurants & Shopping

Go to Brooksby Farm, where you could pick strawberries, blueberries, apples and other fruits that are in season. Here, you could also buy baked goodies, coffee and cider. However, if you like upscale shopping, Peabody has the Northshore Mall. The mall has 120 stores, and is anchored by Nordstrom, JCPenney, Macy's and Sears.

If you get hungry after all that shopping, do not worry. Peabody has some great restaurants offering different cuisines. Be sure to try:

  • Brodie's Pub
  • Champions Pub
  • Pellana Prime Steakhouse
  • Petrillo's Italian Kitchen
  • Pho Triple 888
  • Plum Tomatoes Brick Oven Pizza
  • Su-Chang's Restaurant
  • Sugar Cane
  • Tennessee's Real BBQ Real Fast
  • The Little Depot Diner
  • Trackside Bar & Grill

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Peabody is where you would find the Salem Country Club, which once hosted the U.S. Senior Open in 2001. The private country club also hosted the U.S. Women's Open twice. You could also play golf at the Meadow at Peabody (Peabody, MA 01960), which is one of the best golf courses in the state that is guaranteed to challenge all players no matter what their skill levels are.

You could also go skating at the McVann O'Keefe Skating Rink.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the George Peabody House Museum, where you could learn more about the life and times of George Peabody. Next door, you would find the Peabody Leather Museum, where you could learn more about the time the city was known as the Leather Capital of the World with exhibits such as leather-working tools, machinery, and tanning artifacts.

Meanwhile the Peabody Historical Society & Museum tells people about the story, history and contributions of Peabody through exhibits such as greeting cards, paintings, furniture, decor, ceramics, metalwork, glass, artifacts, documents, textiles, and others.

Other historic places and landmarks you can see here:

  • First Unitarian Church
  • Gen. Gideon Foster House
  • Hickey-Osborne Block
  • Moore-Hill House
  • Nathaniel Felton Houses
  • Peabody Central Fire Station
  • Peabody City Hall
  • Peabody Civic Center Historic District
  • Samuel Brown School
  • Second O'Shea Building
  • Southwick House
  • Washington Street Historic District

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Emerson Park has a baseball field that is used by the city's Little League team. Not only that, you also get tennis courts, picnic tables, basket courts and a playground that has a jungle gym.

The Centennial Park, or Lt. Ross Park, has a playground, softball field ad baseball fields.

Other parks you should go to:

  • Raddin Park, which features tennis courts, basketball courts, softball field, baseball field and a jungle gym.
  • Dr. Francis J. Marrs Park, where you could play basketball, tennis and baseball. Younger kids can have fun at the swings and jungle gym.
  • Kennedy Field, where you have a variety of athletic fields.
  • Puritan Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
  • James Street Park.

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