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Beverly, MA

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With miles of beautiful coastline, picturesque beaches, and easily accessible public parks offering lots of open space, Beverly, MA, has earned its nickname, “The Garden City.” Beverly recreational sites are a captivating and enlightening experience for all visitors, friends, and family alike.

You’ll never run out of the things to do in Beverly, MA whether you’re seeking a historical day out, places to eat, the local cultural arts, or to taste locally made craft beer. Just 17 miles from Boston, this seaside city makes a perfect day getaway for both Massachusetts locals and out-of-state tourists alike.

Founded:
1626

Population:
42,312

City Website:
http://www.beverlyma.gov/

Did You Know?
In the early 1900s, Beverly Hills in California was named after Beverly Farms in Beverly, MA.

Accommodations

There are a wide array of gorgeous and relaxing hotels in Beverly, such as the Wylie Inn and Conference Center, as well as the Misselwood at Endicott College if you need to make overnight accommodations or event plans.

Beaches & Lighthouses

Lynch Park Beach and Beverly’s Hospital Point Light Station are just two examples of the city’s beautiful and historic beaches and landmarks, filled with local history and abundant stories to share.

Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries

Let’s not forget about Beverly’s local breweries such as Gentile Brewing Co., where you can taste and take home unique and yummy Beverly-made local craft beer, perfect for beer lovers.

Business Resources

Small businesses thrive in Beverly, allowing visitors to truly immerse themselves in the city-culture when they visit the shops along Beverly’s main street.

Educational Institutions

When visiting the Endicott or Montserrat College of Art campuses, stop into our downtown area to see the local flair where these excellent educational institutions call home.

Historic Sites

Don’t forget to stop by Beverly’s historical sites such as Cabot House, Hale Farm, and Long Hill and Sedgwick Gardens to learn more about Beverly’s rich history.

Local Resources

Beverly Main Streets, the Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce, and Historic Beverly offer various local resources to Beverly citizens, visitors, and small business owners, keeping Beverly’s culture alive and vibrant.

Museums & Attractions

The seaside city’s enriching history is on full display at various historical museums thanks to Historic Beverly and an incredible collection of local art from the Montserrat College of Art.

Music, Theatre & Arts

Home to some of the North Shore’s best cultural experiences, you’ll find many opportunities to take in local art, music, and theatre in Beverly. Catch a performance at the North Shore Music Theatre or visit the art collections at the Montserrat College of Art, to name a few of Beverly’s artistic possibilities.

Getting Here

MBTA: From North Station, take the Newburyport/Rockport Line about 35-40 mins to the Beverly Depot stop, and that’s it! You’ll be right in the heart of Beverly.

Logan Airport: Fresh off the plane or looking to take out-of-state visitors to experience all that the North Shore has to offer? Just hop on 93 North to exit 37A to 95 North. Then, be sure to look out for Exit 22, taking MA-62 into town.