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National Cranberry Festival

When

Date: 10/05/2013 to 10/06/2013

Time: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm



Where
Carver, Massachusetts, United States 02330 5 Pine St.

508-866-8190

http://www.edaville.com


Good for: Family


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$10 festival admission plus unlimited train rides (All ages 2 and over). $19 above plus unlimited ... Read More >>

$10 festival admission plus unlimited train rides (All ages 2 and over).


$19 above plus unlimited amusement rides (Ages 2-59) / $16 Seniors / Under 2 is always free


Edaville’s annual National Cranberry Festival has been delighting visitors since the 1950’s, when the park was just a sprawling cranberry plantation.  Then as now, guests could take a scenic, authentic train ride through working cranberry bogs, oftentimes past actual harvesting.  You can get up close with the cranberry in its natural environment, and then get in depth with its history in our one-of-a-kind Cranberry World Museum.  An artists’ marketplace of handmade goods and seasonal delights will beckon you to stroll the grounds while enjoying a variety of live music and other entertainment, as well as helicopter rides, pony rides, and much more.

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