Gloucester Stage is Cape Ann’s premiere professional theater company nestled on the harbor, neighboring the Rocky Neck Cultural District.
Along coastal Route 127, the communities of Beverly and Manchester-by-the-Sea form what became known as "The Gold Coast" in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when wealthy elites from Boston...
The first European arrivals to Lynn chose the beautiful Goldfish Pond area as their settlement in Lynn in 1629.
Good Harbor is a beautiful beach with lovely, white sand facing the Atlantic. At low tide, one can walk out to Salt Island while at high tide one can enjoy body surfing or boogie boards.
Goose Cove Reservation features wooded upland, rocky shoreline, and tidal mudflats. Geologic features include Cape Ann granite, glacial erratics, glacial outwash, and moraine.
Located on a peninsula on the Ipswich River Estuary, Greenwood Farm comprises pastures, meadow, woodlands, salt marsh, and three tidal islands: Diamond Stage, Widow's, and Homestead.
Built in 1694, the John Hale House was home to many generations of the Hale family.
Facing Gloucester Harbor, this is a relatively small sandy beach with great swimming. It's a very pleasant setting with a high rocky knoll behind.
The view from Halibut Point stretches from Crane Beach in Ipswich to Mount Agamenticus in Maine and the Isles of Shoals off the New Hampshire coast.