Gloucester Tourism Commission

Gloucester Tourism Commission

9 Dale Avenue | Gloucester, MA 01930

(978) 281-9700 x4126

www.gloucester-ma.gov

Mission

Created by City ordinance, section 2-471. It shall be the purpose of the tourism commission to encourage and promote tourism throughout the year and throughout the city. The commission shall undertake but not be limited to the following activities:

  1. Recommend an overall coordinated tourism program that is related to the city’s community and economic development activities, historical resources, recreational opportunities and natural and scenic attractions.
  2. Recommend the organization, creation and maintenance of tourist attractions.
  3. Recommend and implement an advertising program for the city.
  4. Coordinate public and private efforts.

Nearby

Ipswich Essex Explorer

Operating June to September, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Travels between Ipswich and Essex, stopping at beaches, parks, and historic sites.

Schooner Thomas E. Lannon

Help the crew raise the sails or just sit back and relax as the schooner sails past lighthouses, castles and Gloucester's working waterfront.

The area from Boston, Massachusetts' doorstep extending to the New Hampshire border is a diverse and beautiful place with historical and cultural significance. Distances are short, prices are reasonable, and the people are friendly and welcoming. Known for cozy hotels and inns, delicious restaurants, fascinating museums and great beaches, North of Boston, MA is the ideal vacation destination. The North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau proudly promotes the thirty-four cities and towns of Essex County as a tourism destination.

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