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Discover Gloucester



Gloucester, MA 01930
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Discover Gloucester


(??.? miles from you)


Gloucester, MA 01930
United States


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Why You Should Go...

For nearly four hundred years, Gloucester has been a city of explorers, fisherman, artists, shipbuilders, and romantics. With over six hundred miles of stunning coastline, Gloucester offers a wealth of diverse possibi

Just one half-hour's drive north of Boston, Gloucester is a gem of a getaway for visitors hoping to experience the ocean, seafood, arts, authenticity, and zealous community spirit.

Enjoy Gloucester's world-class museums, vibrant fishing community, dazzling beaches, maritime history, breathtaking harbor views, nature trails. Explore the city's thriving music scene, great spots for shopping and eating, and art colony that dates back to the late nineteenth century.

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Why You Should Go...

For nearly four hundred years, Gloucester has been a city of explorers, fisherman, artists, shipbuilders, and romantics. With over six hundred miles of stunning coastline, Gloucester offers a wealth of diverse possibilities to enjoy both by land and sea.

Just one half-hour's drive north of Boston, Gloucester is a gem of a getaway for visitors hoping to experience the ocean, seafood, arts, authenticity, and zealous community spirit.

Enjoy Gloucester's world-class museums, vibrant fishing community, dazzling beaches, maritime history, breathtaking harbor views, nature trails. Explore the city's thriving music scene, great spots for shopping and eating, and art colony that dates back to the late nineteenth century.

What You Should Know...

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The book and movie, “The Perfect Storm,” are set in Gloucester.

Whale watching season runs from April until October.

Lobster and cod are the two most important seafood species landed in Gloucester.

Fun Facts

Gloucester is America’s oldest seaport, settled in 1623.

The Gloucester Harborwalk is a free self-guided walking tour of the waterfront.

Schooners were invented in Gloucester- and you can still sail on one, there are three still in town.

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Why You Should Go...

For nearly four hundred years, Gloucester has been a city of explorers, fisherman, artists, shipbuilders, and romantics. With over six hundred miles of stunning coastline, Gloucester offers a wealth of diverse possibilities to enjoy both by land and sea.

Just one half-hour's drive north of Boston, Gloucester is a gem of a getaway for visitors hoping to experience the ocean, seafood, arts, authenticity, and zealous community spirit.

Enjoy Gloucester's world-class museums, vibrant fishing community, dazzling beaches, maritime history, breathtaking harbor views, nature trails. Explore the city's thriving music scene, great spots for shopping and eating, and art colony that dates back to the late nineteenth century.

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What You Should Know...

Extra Fun

Insider Info

The book and movie, “The Perfect Storm,” are set in Gloucester.

Whale watching season runs from April until October.

Lobster and cod are the two most important seafood species landed in Gloucester.

Fun Facts

Gloucester is America’s oldest seaport, settled in 1623.

The Gloucester Harborwalk is a free self-guided walking tour of the waterfront.

Schooners were invented in Gloucester- and you can still sail on one, there are three still in town.

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