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Cape Ann Museum

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Downtown in the Captain Elias Davis 1804 house, this is Gloucester's surprising museum and gallery. It reflects the town's commitment...

Good Harbor Beach

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This beach has calm waters and soft sand, and is surrounded by grassy dunes, making it perfect any time of year. In summer (June, July,...

Hammond Castle Museum

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Inventor John Hays Hammond Jr. built this structure in 1926 to resemble a "medieval" stone castle. Hammond is credited with more than...

Long Beach

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Just as its name implies, this soft-sand beach is long, and it's also broad. It draws crowds from the houses that border it, particularly...

Rocky Neck

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The town's creative side thrives in this neighborhood, the first-settled artists' colony in the United States. Its alumni include Winslow...

Wingaersheek Beach

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With white sand and dunes, Wingaersheek Beach is a well-protected cove. The white Annisquam lighthouse is in the bay. The beach is known...

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