Maritime Gloucester is a working waterfront museum with hands-on maritime exhibits.Learn More
Internally collected, award winning, expressive, encaustic, mixed media.
A fine art and craft gallery featuring original work by local artists.
Summer Concert Series on the Green Year-round concerts and events in Gloucester’s 1806 Meetinghouse Corner of Church and Middle Streets in Gloucester’s Historic District Tour Gloucester’s oldest standing… Read more »
Discover the rich history, landmarks, lighthouses, scenic seaside and stories on our sightseeing bus tours. Friendly local guides, hundreds of scheduled tours, private groups and walk-ons are welcome.
The Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library is a public charitable corporation.
Cape Ann Cinema and Stage has been providing a variety of movies, both indoor and outdoor, as well as puppetry programs.
Hammond Castle is located on the Atlantic coast in the Magnolia.
Also known as Sleeper–McCann House, Little Beauport, or Henry Davis Sleeper House.
Learn about the early history of Gloucester from its beginnings as a farming outpost to its evolution into a premier seaport.
Gloucester’s largest ice manufacturer. Cape Pond Ice has a great gift shop as well!
A mecca for lovers of American folk art.
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