We all scream for icecream! Here are six places to get icecream before the chill of Fall hits. Yum! Check out a few additional icecream shops featured on Boston.com.
Kimball Farm has Massachusetts locations in Westford, Lancaster, and Carlisle, and offers over 50 flavors of ice cream. The Westford location also has fun activities like mini golf, batting cages, and bumper boats. This is the location I frequent and love. Try it today!
Cedar Hill Dairy Joy in Weston offers a variety of soft serve that customers are willing to wait in line for.
Four Seas Ice Cream in Centerville is a great stop for a refreshing treat after a hot day at one of the nearby beaches.
Holy Cow Ice Cream Cafe in Gloucester has 35 flavors, ranging from the classics to some that are more creative. They even have unique ice cream sandwiches like their maple bacon option—and, they offer delivery on orders over $10 for a $3 fee.
Farfar’s Danish Ice Cream in Duxbury has been using the same recipe for their ice cream since they opened in 1979. I love going here! The service is great and they have incredible flavors!
Cravings in Wakefield is an authentic 1920s soda fountain that’s been upgraded to an ice cream parlor. They have 35 ice cream flavors available at any time, and they always have more than 100 made-to-order soft serve and frozen yogurt flavors. The possibilities are endless.
You can visit some of these icecream shops all year long, which we totally encourage. Devour the details of your next sundae at one of these delicious end of summer stops!