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Gloucester, MA 01930, USA
Built in 1925, this monument lists the Gloucester fisherman who have lost their lives at sea since the 17th century. It's a sobering reminder of the dangers faced by these seafarers. The surrounding boulevard, facing the ocean is a lovely spot to...
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49 Middle St, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA
History buffs will delight in the period information learned from visiting this museum built in the Georgian style. Judith Sargent Stevens Murray was a philosopher, writer and early suffragette. Her relative, John Singer Sargent's paintings can be...
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11 Pirates Ln, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA
Cape Ann has long inspired many an artist to capture its beauty. The light, the water, the picturesque harbors have all contributed to the allure that draws them in. When the local hotels could no longer house the exhibitions of the many artists...
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Wingaersheek Beach, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA
One of the things I like most about living in Boston, is how quickly you can change your scenery. About 40 minutes north, Wingaersheek Beach is a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city. At low tide, the beach goes on forever and...
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75 Eastern Point Blvd, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA
A hidden gem perched on a rock ledge overlooking Gloucester harbor is the Beauport Sleeper McCann House. Built as the summer home for one of America's first interior designers, the collection of folk art, china, furniture and silhouettes will...
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9 Dale Ave # 9, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA
The greater Gloucester area offers several ways to spend an afternoon, both in its historic downtown as well as on day trips to nearby sights. In tribute to its seafaring past, some visitors start the day at the Fisherman’s Memorial and walk north...
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6 Wonson St, Gloucester, MA 01930, USA
Rocky Neck Art Colony is the oldest working art colony in the US. Leonard Craske, the sculptor who created 'Man at the Wheel', marking the Fisherman's Memorial, called the area home. Louisa May Alcott and Rudyard Kipling worked in studios here....