slides: Great Places to Get Ice Cream in Central MA
Sunday, July 16, 2017
GoLocalWorcester Lifestyle Team
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SEE SLIDES BELOW: Great Places to Get Ice Cream in Central Mass
More than 30 years ago, President Ronald Reagan made what some ice cream lovers consider one his best decisions ever as President, designating July as National Ice Cream Month.
Reagan called for Americans to celebrate National Ice Cream month with "ceremonies and activities," noting that ice cream is enjoyed by more than 90 percent of the nation's population.
So in order to help you celebrate National Ice Cream month, the slideshow below has 20 great places to get ice cream in Central Massachusetts
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50 Sunderland Road, Worcester
Gibby's Dairy Farm serves over 60 flavors of ice cream and over 20 flavors of soft serve ice cream for your enjoyment.
Be sure to get to Gibby's Dairy Farm and treat yourself to some of the best ice cream in down.
481 Purgatory Road, Whitinsville
West End Creamery offers hand dipped ice cream flavors such as butter pecan, coconut almond and graham central station. As well as classic flavors like chocolate chip, chocolate, vanilla and many more.
West End Creamery is a 4th generation farm in Blackstone Valley equipped with a mini golf course, animals int he barnyard other super cool things.
There is plenty to do while you eat your ice cream.
193 Lake Avenue, Worcester
Madulka's Ice Cream shop is located on Lake Quinsigamond and serves more than 40 flavors of hard ice cream, yogurts, soft serve and more.
Some of their cool flavors include Cotton Candy, Coffee oreo, regular Oreo or maybe even a sundae.
165 W Boylston St., West Boylston, MA
Meola's has more than 75 flavors of ice cream and yogurts, just what everyone needs in this heat.
For more than 100 years, Meola's has been a family-run business, opening their first ice cream stand in 1980. It served 35 flavors.
655 Farm Road, Marlborough
Trombetta's Farm has been making their own ice cream since 1978 using fresh local ingredients in every recipe.
Their flavors change with the seasons.
Trombetta's farm also has a garden center and a mini golf course.
117 Chace Hill Road, Sterling
Rota Spring serves homemade ice cream that you can only buy on location.
Rota spring has been open since 1998. Along with great ice cream, Rota also includes a petting zoo.
Their ice cream menu offers more than 50 flavors such as wild maine blueberry, java lava, cowabunga crunch and many more.
274 South Street, Shrewsbury Ma
Blue Coast serves ice scream all year round and has a walk up ice cream window that is open during the summer.
Milkshakes and hot fudge sundaes are among the highlights of eating ice cream from Blue Coast.
1 Swanson Road, Auburn, MA
Coco's Tropical Ice has added ice cream to their menu and their vanilla soft serve is something to be had.
Coco's is a cool place to stop in and grab an ice cream or maybe a frozen ice.
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743 Washington Street, Newton
Open since 1969 Cabots serves dozens of flavors of ice cream, including ice cream sundaes.
Ice cream flavors include bubble gum, coffee, chocolate chip, ginger and many more.
There is a reason that Cabot's tag line reads "taking life one scoop at a time."
22 West St., Millbury, MA
Christopher's offers handmade ice cream at reasonable prices with a great variety of flavors.
Check out flavors like mint chocolate chip, cotton candy, bubble gum or another flavor of your choosing.
Christopher's is open from noon to 9:30 p.m. on weekends.
871 Southbridge St., Auburn
Ronnies has been serving ice cream since 1957 and they are still going strong.
The flavors at Ronnies include crazy vanilla, oreo, moosetracks and rasberry chunky fudge.
Ronnies will be put together and ice cream cake for you for an upcoming party with one of those flavors. Pretty cool.