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Make Visits to Children’s Museum, Historical Landmarks and Parks in Fall River MA

Although Fall River have moved along from being an industrial and textile center of the country, much of its culture and changes are well documented and reflected in many of the city’s historical landmarks, centers and museums. The city’s motto has always been ‘Wel’ll Try’ and this was an after-effect of the Great Fire back in 1843 and some residents have also fondly referred to Fall River as ‘The Scholarship City’.

When it comes to important landmarks, two historical tourist attractions will automatically come to mind – Lizzie Borden’s former home and Battleship Cove. However, thanks to a huge influx of immigrants from Europe (due to the city’s burgeoning textile industry), there is a rich Portuguese culture and a historic soccer history in the city. Fall River won the American Cup back in five times in quick succession. There are many other landmarks to check out in Fall River and it includes sites like The Marine Museum, Fall River Historical Society, Old Colony and Fall River Railroad Museum, Kennedy Park, The First Congregational Church, Columbia Street and many more.

Visitors are encouraged to make the most of their time in Fall River by using a charter bus, tour bus, mini bus, chartered coach, school bus or other large ground transportation services, especially there is time constraint. US Coachways is one of the country’s leading charter bus rental companies that have been providing Massachusetts residents with reliable, safe and comfortable vehicles. Cities that we service include Fall River, Boston, Lexington, Cape Cod, Springfield, Plymouth, Quincy and many more.

Go Shopping, Museum-hopping and Check in at Art Centers in Fall River MA

There is something for everyone of all ages in Fall River MA. Visit Lizzie Borden’s former home, check out Battleship Cove, bring the kids to Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River or head to Columbia Street for some shopping. Check out other points of interests in the city below.

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  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — What does one do when the weather dampening kids’ moods during a Fall River visit? It is time to take the charter bus around to North Main Street where visitors will find Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River. Bring the little ones for some fun at themed rooms like World of Water, Lego Room, Education Station Room, Violet's Music, Dino Dig, Circle Room, All About Colors, Transportation Room and more.
  • Art & Cultural — While there are other art centers and galleries in Fall River, our charter bus customers recommend Narrows Center for the Arts for art lovers. The location of this site of interest offers an amazing view too because it is where the North and South Watupa Ponds meet, a direct result of its name, ‘The Narrows’. It also provides views to Mount Hope Bay and Battleship Cove. Past exhibits at the gallery are The Sculpture and photographs of Sedneser Seeds, Damn The Torpedoes: Third Annual Poster Exhibition, Curtain Call, A Collaborative Journey, Narrows Textile Exhibition and Landscape X2. Visit its website to find out what is showing and catch a current performance at its small but intimate performance venue during your visit. When it comes to learning about the culture in Fall River, it is best done at Fall River Historical Society on Rock Street. A tour guide will take you around some exhibits showcasing Lizzie Borden’s life in the city and also visit the city’s growth through discovered artifacts. After the tour, stop by the gardens outside for a rest and a breather. Remember to take pictures of the building which was built in 1843 out of granite and styled by Andrew Robeson Jr. after Greek-Revival architecture. With a charter bus, we are sure you will have ample time to visit other cultural sites like The First Congregational Church, St. Anne’s Church and Shrine and Fall River YMCA.
  • Restaurants & Shopping — For some shopping, dining and people-watching, bring the charter bus to Columbia Street, a Portuguese-American neighborhood at the heart of Fall River. Local residents make their way to New Harbor Mall for their daily shopping needs so, this is where you will get your daily essentials.
  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — A visit to Lizzie Borden House on Second Street is a must for those who are into murder mysteries and history. Lizzie Borden was tried and acquitted of double murders of her father and stepmother and to this very day, the murder remains unsolved. The home, although was vacated and later sold off, underwent restoration efforts with similar furnishing during Borden’s stay. Today, it is also a bed and breakfast in Fall River. Located on Water Street is another unique site in Fall River – Battleship Cove. Visitors can easily spend a few fun hours exploring the site of this non-profit museum and memorial as it is, after all, the world’s largest collection of World War II naval vessels. Learn more about USS Massachusetts during your visit and don’t forget to check out The Fall River Yacht Club which maintains a dock and not forgetting the neighboring Lincoln Park. Located right across the street from Battleship Cove is Marine Museum, another Fall River hidden gem that others would have given a miss. After much excitement from visiting Battleship Cove, Marine Museum gives visitors the chance to cool things off and slowly explore what they have just seen and learned from the former attraction.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities —  Looking for a way to unwind after a day of touring multiple Fall River attraction? Time to head over to Copicut Woods to enjoy scenic trails on foot or bike, enjoy a very unique ‘historic’ feel when walking along swampy sceneries. A visit to Fall River Heritage State Park’s 14-acre worth of greenery is far more scenic and exciting as it offers a wider variety of recreational activities. Sitting on the shoreline of Taunton River and managed by Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, is naturally the city’s waterfront’s focal point. Visitors can also do some hiking at Freetown-Fall River State Forest’s scenic trails, stop for picnic along the way and enjoying its fields, wading pool while others have a go at fishing and hunting. Other public parks worth checking out at Kennedy Park, North Park and Ruggles Park.
  • Other Points of Interest — If the sight of buildings that goes back more than two centuries takes your breath away, include visiting Oak Grove Cemetery as a site to visit when in Fall River MA. Well-maintained and always a tourist magnet, get ready for totally unique and beautifully laid out grave stones, family plots and unique architecture. Old Colony and Fall River Railroad Museum on Water Street offers a host of activities suitable for kids of various age groups. Expect to see and learn all about railroad history in the city of Fall River.

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