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Visit Marblehead


131 Essex St.
Marblehead, MA 01945
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Visit Marblehead


(??.? miles from you)

131 Essex St.
Marblehead, MA 01945
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Acclaimed as the Yachting Capital of America and the Birthplace of the American Navy, Marblehead, MA is a town which honors its history and maritime heritage. Experience Marblehead's diverse, salty surroundings, w

Steeped in history, Marblehead is alive with over two hundred homes and buildings that pre-date the Revolutionary War. Tour historic mansions and hear tales of the founders, all of whom played a crucial role in America's struggle for independence.

Savor a scrumptious meal at any one of Marblehead's fabulous restaurants and enjoy hours of sensational shopping. Numerous specialty shops and boutiques offer selections hand-chosen by local retailers. Revel in endless discoveries throughout this highly walkable town in a relaxed and friendly fashion.

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Why You Should Go...

Acclaimed as the Yachting Capital of America and the Birthplace of the American Navy, Marblehead, MA is a town which honors its history and maritime heritage. Experience Marblehead's diverse, salty surroundings, which have beckoned visitors since the early 1600s.

Steeped in history, Marblehead is alive with over two hundred homes and buildings that pre-date the Revolutionary War. Tour historic mansions and hear tales of the founders, all of whom played a crucial role in America's struggle for independence.

Savor a scrumptious meal at any one of Marblehead's fabulous restaurants and enjoy hours of sensational shopping. Numerous specialty shops and boutiques offer selections hand-chosen by local retailers. Revel in endless discoveries throughout this highly walkable town in a relaxed and friendly fashion.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Access: Public Transportation

Parking: Street, Bus, Bicycle

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Café, Restaurant, Bar, Private Dining, Patio Dining, Kids Activities, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

Extra Fun...

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See "The Spirit of 76," painted by Archibald M. Willard, which symbolizes the spirit of the American Revolution. Gen. John Devereaux presented it to his native town, Marblehead, "whose history is so interwoven with Colonial and Revolutionary times and whose patriotism shone forth in every epoch."

Members of Glover's Marblehead Regiment assume the roles of specific characters of the time, with most members presenting themselves as mid-18th-century common sailors or officers.

Points of interest include the King Hooper Mansion, Jeremiah Lee Mansion, Abbot Hall, Marblehead Light, Fort Sewall, the Old Town House, Old North Church, St. Michael's Church, Doliber's Cove/Grace Oliver's Beach, Powder House (1755), the Hearth & Eagle House, and Crocker Park.

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  • 47th Annual Marblehead Christmas Walk

    Thursday

    9:00 AM EST

    Visit Marblehead

    47th Annual Marblehead Christmas Walk

    Visit Marblehead

    47th Annual Marblehead Christmas Walk
    One of the finest holiday happenings in New England, this signature event captures the warmth of the holiday season. Enjoy a weekend-long extravaganza of family activities, entertainment, shopping, dining, craft fairs, concerts, and more.

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Why You Should Go...

Acclaimed as the Yachting Capital of America and the Birthplace of the American Navy, Marblehead, MA is a town which honors its history and maritime heritage. Experience Marblehead's diverse, salty surroundings, which have beckoned visitors since the early 1600s.

Steeped in history, Marblehead is alive with over two hundred homes and buildings that pre-date the Revolutionary War. Tour historic mansions and hear tales of the founders, all of whom played a crucial role in America's struggle for independence.

Savor a scrumptious meal at any one of Marblehead's fabulous restaurants and enjoy hours of sensational shopping. Numerous specialty shops and boutiques offer selections hand-chosen by local retailers. Revel in endless discoveries throughout this highly walkable town in a relaxed and friendly fashion.

More...

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Access: Public Transportation

Parking: Street, Bus, Bicycle

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Café, Restaurant, Bar, Private Dining, Patio Dining, Kids Activities, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

CALENDAR

  • Nov

    30

  • Dec

    1

  • Dec

    2

  • Dec

    3

  • More

  • 47th Annual Marblehead Christmas Walk

    Thursday

    9:00 AM EST

    Visit Marblehead

    47th Annual Marblehead Christmas Walk

    Visit Marblehead

    47th Annual Marblehead Christmas Walk
    One of the finest holiday happenings in New England, this signature event captures the warmth of the holiday season. Enjoy a weekend-long extravaganza of family activities, entertainment, shopping, dining, craft fairs, concerts, and more.

Show more

Extra Fun

Insider Info

See "The Spirit of 76," painted by Archibald M. Willard, which symbolizes the spirit of the American Revolution. Gen. John Devereaux presented it to his native town, Marblehead, "whose history is so interwoven with Colonial and Revolutionary times and whose patriotism shone forth in every epoch."

Members of Glover's Marblehead Regiment assume the roles of specific characters of the time, with most members presenting themselves as mid-18th-century common sailors or officers.

Points of interest include the King Hooper Mansion, Jeremiah Lee Mansion, Abbot Hall, Marblehead Light, Fort Sewall, the Old Town House, Old North Church, St. Michael's Church, Doliber's Cove/Grace Oliver's Beach, Powder House (1755), the Hearth & Eagle House, and Crocker Park.

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