National Ice Cream Cone Day locations in the Brockton area


Falling on September 22, the first day of fall, National Ice Cream Cone Day is a great way to celebrate late summer or early fall.

Here are nine places in the Brockton area to grab an ice cream cone this Wednesday.

Cream (Abington)

Cream offers over 55 flavors and countless ways to personalize your order. So there is something for everyone, according to its website. Fall flavors include pumpkin, cranberry harvest, and apple crisp.

Cream is located at 1209 Bedford St., Abington,

Cream, located at 1209 Bedford St., Abington, offers over 55 flavors of ice cream and endless ways to personalize your order.  Fall flavors include crisp apple, cranberry crop, and pumpkin.

Hilliard Chocolates (Easton)

Hilliard’s homemade ice cream and frozen yogurt are made on site with the freshest and finest ingredients, including their own homemade flavors and candies that they’ve been perfecting for over 90 years, according to their website. Crispy apple ice cream is their new fall flavor. You can enjoy your ice cream sitting in their old fashioned ice cream parlor.

Hilliard’s Chocolates is located at 316 Main Street, North Easton,

This crispy apple ice cream cone is available at Hilliards Chocolates at 316 Main Street in Easton.

Magoo’s Ice Cream & Sandwich (Rockland)

Family-owned Magoo’s Ice Cream & Sandwich offers 40 flavors of Richardson’s Farm hard ice cream, 50 different flavors of soft dough. Fall flavors include pumpkin and crisp apple ice cream, which can be complemented with fall nuggets or candy corn. You can also play 18-hole mini-golf while you’re there.

Magoo’s Ice Cream & Sandwich is located at 190 VFW Drive, Rockland,

Peaceful prairies (Whitman, Middleboro and Plymouth)

Peaceful Meadows has been a favorite with local residents since 1962 with 24 flavors of ice cream. Peaceful Meadows is open year round.

Locations at 60 Bedford St., Whitman; 109 West Grove Street, Middleboro; and 170 Water Street, Plymouth;

Peaceful Meadows in Whitman on Wednesday August 11, 2021

Skinners (East Bridgewater)

Skinners Sugar House has been a family business for over 100 years. They are open all year round and offer candy, ice cream, nuts and gifts. Try one (or two) of the over 50 flavors of Richardson’s Farm ice cream in a cone at Skinners. Pumpkin ice cream is back for fall.

Skinners Sugar House is located at 24 Union St., East Bridgewater,

Heidi’s Hollow Farm Ice Cream (Hanson)

Heidi’s Hollow Farm Ice Cream serves Richardson’s favorite ice cream flavors and The Greenery’s non-dairy hard ice cream flavors.

Heidi’s Hollow Farm Ice Cream is located at 165 Liberty St., Hanson,

Kate Holmes, 19, from Pembroke, makes a cup of ice cream at Heidi's Hollow Farm in Hanson on Friday, August 13, 2021.

Ice cream and hot cocoa from Frankie & Dia (Raynham)

Frankie & Dia’s serves Crescent Ridge ice cream. Its fall menu includes Apple Pie Sundae, Pumpkin Pie Mash, Apple Cider Chars, and Pumpkin Chai.

Frankie & Dia’s is at 407 New State Highway, Raynham,

Ice cream in a waffle cone available at Frankie & Dia's Ice Cream and Hot Cocoa, 407 New State Hwy, Raynham.

Tom & Jimmy’s Ice Cream & Del’s Lemonade (West Bridgewater and Taunton)

Tom & Jimmy’s Ice Cream & Del’s Lemonade offers over 50 flavors of hard ice cream, over 40 flavors of soft serve and Del’s Lemonade, as well as plant-based ice cream, sundae and frozen yogurt options.

The West Bridgewater location is at 235 North Main St. and the Taunton location is at 337 Winthrop St.,

Former Taunton Mayor Tom Hoye and Jimmy Gracia are pictured at their Tom & Jimmy's ice cream shop in Taunton on March 2, 2020. They have a second location at 235 N. Main St. in West Bridgewater

Prisco Market and Delicatessen (Bridgewater)

Prisco’s Country Creamery is on the market and grocery store property opened by owner Stephen Prisco in 2006. They’re ready for fall with ice cream flavors that include pumpkin, pumpkin Oreo, and dutch ice cream. apples.

Prisco’s Market & Deli can be found at 8 Romney Road, Bridgewater,

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