Photo of State Street, Marblehead

State Street, Marblehead by June Rhodes

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Abbot Hall

A town hall and historical museum located at 188 Washington Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts. It is open year-round, though with restricted hours in the colder months.

 
Castle Rock Park

This 1.20 acre park, located off Ocean Avenue on Marblehead Neck, gets its name from the castle-like private home next to the park.

 
Chandler Hovey Park

Chandler Hovey Park, also known as Lighthouse Point, is located at the end of Follett Street, off Ocean Avenue on Marblehead Neck.

 
Crocker Park

Crocker Park, with some of the best views of Marblehead Harbor, is situated on 2.82 acres of land off Front Street.

 
Devereaux Beach

Located on Ocean Avenue just before the causeway, Marblehead's most popular beach offers more than five acres of sand, picnic tables, pavilions and playgrounds, plus a nearby restaurant and...

 
Fort Sewall

Fort Sewall was first established in 1644 as a defensive breastwork on Gale's Head, one of this area's rocky headlands.

 
photo of the Jeremiah Lee Mansion

The Jeremiah Lee Mansion is a magnificent colonial Georgian home built by American craftsmen in 1768 when Lee was the wealthiest merchant and ship owner in Massachusetts.

 
King Hooper Mansion

The gracious King Hooper Mansion, built in 1728 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is home to the Marblehead Arts Association.

 
Little Harbor Boathouse

Kayak, Standup Paddle and Row Center. Our mission is to make human-powered water sports accessible to all!

 
Marblehead Information Booth

We welcome you to the charming New England community of Marblehead, MA.

 

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