WHAT TO SEE
When you're visiting Hull, you don't want to miss these spots, so schedule your time to make sure you take in the best that we have to offer!
A fixture on Nantasket Beach since 1928, the Paragon Carousel has been providing joy and good old fashioned fun for generations,. More than 100,000 visitors ride the Carousel each season. Don't miss a chance to ride this antique "Grand" carousel when you visit.
The Hull Lifesaving Museum is a diverse crew of individuals committed to changing lives, and sometimes saving them, by preserving and teaching maritime skills and lifesaving heritage. One of the most unique museums in New England.
Fort Revere Park is an 8+ acre historic site located atop Telegraph Hill in Hull Village. The Park contains the remains of two seacoast fortifications, a water tower with an observation deck, a military history museum and picnic facilities. Fort Revere Park is open daily, sunrise to sunset, year round.
The views from this hill are spectacular. Tankers and pleasure boats surround you on all sides, with unubstructed views of the Boston skyline, Boston Harbor Islands as well as Boston Light and Graves Light. A great stopping place for a picnic lunch or a walk through the fort.
The Hull Artists Studio Connection, celebrating its 14th year this year, is a non-profit artist’s organization of 40 South Shore Artists whose purpose is to promote Hull as a destination for people interested in affordable fine art and crafts and to provide an outlet for local artists to exhibit and sell their work. Artists' studios are located throughout the town. Make sure you check their calendar. The artists have group exhibits, open studio tour weekends and special sales several times during the year.
A natural preserve where you can explore salt marshes, hidden trails, marine and other wildlife habitats. Every season brings something new to discover.
Owned by the Trustees of Reservations, this amazing 251-acre coastscape includes rocky shores, broad hillsides, and open fields bracketed by pockets of woodlands. The property, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, has 4.5 miles of carriage paths and foot trails, and is ideal for walking,biking, picnicking, jogging, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, or simply enjoying nature and the outdoors.