Packages in Gloucester
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Gloucester Vacation Packages
Gloucester Vacation Packages
The population of this fun North Shore destination is nearly 29,000.
Boston, the state capital, is about 25 miles southwest of Gloucester, while Long Beach is 3 miles to the northeast.
For some tranquil, shady spaces in Gloucester, drop by one of its many well-maintained parks and gardens. Ravenswood Park, Mount Ann Park and Stage Fort Park are the perfect places to get lost in a book.
People in Gloucester who are after a nice place to enjoy some time outdoors will find plenty of scenic coastline. You will have plenty of options with the popular Half Moon Beach and Wingaersheek Beach nearby. Good Harbor Beach and Niles Beach are two other places to consider.
This destination also has some wild nature parks which offer picturesque landscapes and some interesting wildlife. Head out to Dogtown and appreciate your escape from the urban landscape.
This destination is a treasure trove of great stories and quirky facts, and there's plenty to explore at its exhibition spaces. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the displays at Sargent House Museum and the Cape Ann Museum. Another two worth considering are Cape Ann Historical Museum and Bryan Gallery.
While in the area, also make sure to travel back in time at the Schooner Adventure. It's one of the area's main maritime museums. The Maritime Gloucester is another maritime museum in the town that your entire family can visit.
Some travelers believe that you can never truly understand a place until you know its history. Thankfully, Gloucester has carefully preserved the Fishermen's Memorial Monument, one of its more important historic places. Explore the site, snap some pictures and discover some of the events that happened here in times gone by.
Sometimes imposing, sometimes wonderfully romantic, the castles in this part of the world are always good to tour. When you see the iconic outer defenses of historic Hammond Castle, it's easy to imagine how nobles once defended this area.
One of the more picturesque buildings in this coastal destination is the elevated beacon called Eastern Point Lighthouse. Read more about its place in history in Gloucester before seeing another lighthouse, Ten Pound Lighthouse.
Gloucester offers some great theater and dance venues. The most popular is the popular the Gloucester Stage Company. After the concert, follow your fellow theater goers to the nearby restaurants and enjoy the local specialties.
The Rocky Neck Art Colony and Capt Bill & Sons Whale Watch are a couple of must-see attractions for visitors in this area.
Accommodation in Gloucester
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Those with a taste for life's little luxuries are sure to enjoy the Bass Rocks Ocean Inn, at 107 Atlantic Rd, and the Julietta House, at 84 Prospect St. If those don't grab you, be sure to check out the Atlantis Oceanfront Inn, at 125 Atlantic Road, and the Sea Lion Motel and Cottages, at 138 Eastern Avenue, two places where you'll be sure to find a bargain.