The Adventure Park at Heritage Museums & Gardens was recently awarded Yankee Magazine’s Best of New England Editors’ Choice Award for Best Family Adventure in Massachusetts. The Editors’ Choice Awards are featured in the May/June issue which is on newsstands now.
“We are extremely honored to receive this distinction from Yankee Magazine,” stated Pam Salokangas, Park General Manager. “The team here strives to make sure all of our guests have the best experience. We are thrilled to be recognized, especially since we are still new in the community and improving every day!”
YankeeMagazine.com states that the Best of New England Editors’ Choice designations are “awarded by Yankee’s editors and contributors, who name select restaurants, lodgings, and attractions in New England to the exclusive list.” Yankee Magazine claims that “Best of New England includes Yankee’s state-by-state listings of what to eat, where to stay, and what to do.” Yankee Magazine is the only magazine devoted to New England. The magazine covers travel, home, food, and features in New England.
The Adventure Park at Heritage Museums & Gardens was recently awarded Cape Cod Magazine’s Best of Cape Cod 2016 “Outdoor Adventure” Award . The winners of nearly 150 categories are highlighted in the July 2016 edition of the Cape Cod Magazine.
“Thank you to Cape Cod Magazine and its readers for recogizing The Adventure Park as a great family-oriented, healthy, outdoor activity,” stated Pam Salokangas, Park General Manager. “We’re so exicted that your readers made the effort to vote for us! Thank you to everyone!”
Check out the list of winners, starting on page 56!
Adventure Awaits You Here In The Trees at The Adventure Park! | Zipline MA!
Zipline MA: What is an Adventure Park?
What to Expect
There’s nothing like a day at The Adventure Park! Within four beautiful acres of woodland you will find our amazing “aerial forest park.” Come to the Adventure Park to experience “adventure in the trees” on your own or with friends, family and parties. Ages seven to adult.
Look up—You’ll see a series of platforms in the trees connected by cable, wood, rope and zip lines to form bridges. Each bridge presents a different challenge of how to get to the next platform. A series of bridges form “aerial trails” throughout the forest.
Look Around—The Park also is home to a network of educational forest trails. The trails offer a delightful way to observe the tree-top adventures of others as well as educational signs sharing information about this special forest. Note that non-climbing observers are welcome to enjoy the Forest Walk at no charge.
Relax—You don’t have to be a circus acrobat or Tarzan! Choose from five different color-coded trails, from “beginner” (easier and lower to the ground) to intermediate, to advanced (the most challenging).
Climb with Confidence—You will receive a complete safety orientation before your climb. Our double-connected, “always-locked-on” climbing system helps keep your climbing harness securely attached to the safety line at all times. The trails are intentionally designed for your self-discovery, making lessons unnecessary. Our Park Guides are available to assist throughout your visit.
Outdoor fun in nature’s beauty
- For kids, teens and adults—ages seven and up
- Great for group events and birthday parties
- Challenge at your pace and level
- Environmentally friendly
- Builds self-confidence
- “Feel-good” exercise
- Surprise yourself at what you can do
- Tree-friendly—Designed to keep trees and forest healthy
- Family/friends togetherness
- Five different aerial trails
- Convenient location in Sandwich, MA.
Explore all of The Heritage Museums & Gardens
Heritage Museums & Gardens is comprised of three galleries and expansive gardens located in historic Sandwich, Massachusetts. It includes galleries for American Folk Art, a vintage carousel, automobiles and traveling exhibitions.
The gardens feature a collection of thousands of rhododendrons, including a collection of the world-renowned Dexter variety. Their typical bloom time is from Memorial Day Weekend to mid-June. Other horticultural areas of interest include: holly, daylily, herb, hosta, and heather gardens, as well as more than a thousand varieties of trees, shrubs and flowers.
The grounds also include the Old East Mill, a windmill built in Orleans, Massachusetts in 1800, and extensively restored in 1999-2000. In 2002, a labyrinth was also added to the grounds, designed by Marty Cain, one of the best-known labyrinth designers in North America. Also located on the grounds is the Hart Family Maze Garden and the Cape Cod Hydrangea Garden.
Reserve Your Tickets Online or Call for General Admission, Climb & Museum Visit Combo Ticket, and the Last Call Climb
Climb & Museum Visit Combo Ticket
Last Call Climb