Hop on the train to the end of the line at northern Newburyport. A lively downtown area, beaches, and access to the beach & bird sanctuary of Plum Island makes for a great day by the sea.

Parker River National Wildlife Refuge (Plum Island)

A national treasure, this wildlife refuge hosts miles of unspoiled, undeveloped land. With ample opportunity for public access, this is the perfect location to experience seaside nature at it`s most raw.
Location: 6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport

Maudslay State Park

Home to a population of American Bald Eagles, Maudslay State park isn`t one to miss if you`re a nature lover. Take a tour with the Park Association or explore on your own.
Location: 74 Curzon Mill Rd., Newburyport

Custom House Maritime Museum

Explore the maritime history of the Merrimack valley at he eastern seacoasts first commercial port - Newburyport. This museum hosts a fantastic collection of maritime art, historical objects, and ship models
Location: 25 Water Street Newburyport

Newburyport Brewing Company

Stop by the Newburyport Brewing Co for a taste of the local beers. Their varieties pay homage to the character of Newburyport. Not to be missed for beer lovers!
Location: 4 New Pasture Rd, Newburyport

Firehouse Center for the Arts

Immerse yourself in culture. Check out the website for up to date shows and exhibitions.
Location: 1 Market Sq, Newburyport

Newburyport Foodie Tour

Looking to eat your way through this historic seaside destination? Enjoy the local flavours with this foodie tour of Newburyport.
Location: Market Square, Newburyport