Most agree that one day is really not enough to enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of Rockport.
Rockport has an extensive range of attractions and activities to challenge the most energetic tourist, and then again, it’s a great place to rest and relax.
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Front beach is just down the street from the Linden Tree Inn; we provide beach towels, and the beach is especially suitable for children. Adults can take advantage of boat and sailing trips such as Harbor Tours of Cape Ann or hire a kayak from the Kayak center. Lunch or dine in one of the local bistros or restaurants and sample the local lobster and fish. A great Rockport tradition is lobster at Roy Moores on Bearskin Neck. Or pop over to Essex and sample Woodmans’ delights, frying clams since 1914! There are many other good places to eat in the Rockport / Gloucester area.
Photo by Vincent Mounier
Enriching Lives Through Great Music! For over 30 years Rockport Music has been committed to one enduring purpose–enriching lives through great music.
In June 2010 Rockport Music celebrated the opening of the state-of-the-art Shalin Liu Performance Center, designed by lead architects Alan Joslin and Deborah Epstein of Epstein Joslin Architects and acoustician R. Lawrence Kirkegaard.
Rockport Music presents exceptional musical performances and events year round, including the acclaimed Rockport Chamber Music Festival, as well as classical, jazz, folk, pop, and world music, including a film series and HD broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera and England’s National Theatre.
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Cape Ann Whale Watch
7 Seas Whale Watch
Yankee Whale Watch
Captain Bill and Son