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Joan of Arc Statue

Downtown

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A gift by the French government in 1921, this statue was sculpted by Anna Hyatt Huntington.

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Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Memorial

Downtown

The Fisherman’s Wives Memorial is dedicated to the fishermen’s families.

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Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation

Downtown

(978) 821-5291

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Enjoy year-round concerts, symposia, and civic events in Gloucester’s oldest standing meetinghouse on historic Middle Street.

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World War II Memorial

Downtown

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Located at Kent Circle along Stacey Boulevard and Route 133, this memorial is dedicated to all of our Gloucester Veterans and their families who sacrificed so much during World War II.

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Maritime Gloucester

Downtown

(978) 281-0470

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Oceans of discovery at Maritime Gloucester, a working waterfront museum with hands-on maritime exhibits, aquarium, and schooner sails.

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Fitz Henry Lane House

Downtown

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Commanding one of the finest panoramic views of Gloucester Harbor.

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Gloucester Harborwalk

Downtown

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A free self-guided and interactive tour that is great for all ages. Start at St. Peter’s Square or Fitz Henry Lane.

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Cape Ann Museum

Downtown

(978) 283-0455

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Don’t miss this outstanding art and history museum located just north of Boston, MA. The Cape Ann Museum showcases the art and cultural history of maritime New England.

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Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library

Downtown

(978) 281-9763

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Need a book while on vacation? Visit the Sawyer Free Library for free Wifi access, free eBooks and eAudiobooks. Attend one of their many programs or events.

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Fisherman’s Memorial Statue (1925)

Downtown

Also known as the Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial, this iconic statue is often confused with the classic image of the Gorton’s Fisherman.

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Hammond Castle Museum

Magnolia

(978) 283-7673

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Step back in time and tour this unique treasure located on the coast between Gloucester and Magnolia, MA.

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Destination Salem

North of Boston

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Make your own magic exploring the arts, food, shops, ships, spooky tricks and history of Salem, MA.

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Town of Rockport

Rockport

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Discover Rockport’s beautiful beaches, quaint shops, historical landmarks, delicious restaurants, working studios, and its charm.

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Beauport, Sleeper-McCann House

East Gloucester

(978) 283-0800

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A designer’s dream, this national historic landmark is also known as the Sleeper–McCann House, Little Beauport, or Henry Davis Sleeper House.

Sargent House Museum

Downtown

(978) 281-2432

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Learn about the early history of Gloucester from its beginnings as a farming outpost to its evolution into a premier seaport.

Manchester Historical Museum

Manchester

(978) 526-7230

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Founded in 1823, this non-profit organization is dedicated to the education and preservation of historic Manchester-by-the-Sea. Visit museums. Go on guided history walks and hikes. Attend one of their many exhibits, lectures, and tours of the town’s historic properties. Perfect for all ages to enjoy.

Cogswell’s Grant

Essex

(978) 768-3632

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A mecca for lovers of American folk art.