Four months and $4.4 million later, Marblehead's Grown Ups 2 experience has officially come to an end.
The filming of Adam Sandler's next big comedy hit was the story of the summer in Marblehead and many local residents were along for the ride from start to finish.
Next, storefronts across downtown Marblehead were transformed to depict actual businesses found in Manchester, N.H., and the Old Town House became an aerobics studio.
Lafayette Street was temporarily shut down while scenes were filmed at the mock Ice Cream House and at Gatchell's Park. Adam Sandler's Headers Hat was seen everywhere and a mansion on Marblehead Neck became a summer getaway for the stars.
After filming moved to the sound stage in Swampscott and all was said and done in Marblehead, Location Manager Mark Fitzgerald returned to thank town officials and announce that more than $4.4 million had been spent locally.
Click through the interactive timeline above for a look back at Grown Ups 2 in Marblehead from start to finish.