Located 18 miles north of Boston on the North Shore of Massachusetts, Marblehead is known for its contributions to the American Revolution. Marblehead features narrow streets and plenty of 17th and 18th-century architecture.
Devereux Beach features pavilions, benches, picnic tables, a playground, parking, and a restaurant. It is a 3/4 mile long public beach.
Grace Oliver Beach
Grace Oliver Beach is less than one acre and is located off Beacon Street. This beach offers shallow water ideal for children.
Located off Gerry Playground, Stramski's Beach is a great place for kids. It is located on the Marblehead side of Salem Harbor.
Fort Beach has gorgeous views of Chandler Hovey Park, Marblehead Harbor, and the town's lighthouse. The rocky shoreline provides many shells for treasure hunters.
Located across the Causeway from Devereux Beach. Riverhead Beach is a popular place to rent stand-up paddle boards or kayaks.
Gas House Beach
A small beach, Gas House Beach is a great place to sunbathe, swim, or paddleboard.
Barnacle Restaurant Inc.
141 Front Street, Marblehead, MA
Barnacle's is a 1960s era restaurant with a casual atmosphere with harbor and lighthouse views serving seafood.
5 Corners Kitchen
2 School Street, Marblehead, MA
5 Corners Kitchen is a mod space with marble bar serves French bistro fare. It's a great place if you're in the mood for an upscale meal.
Maddie's Sail Loft
15 State Street, Marblehead, MA
Maddie's has been a long time Marblehead favorite serving traditional New England seafood in a relaxed environment.