You Have Friends in Town for 24 Hours Who Have Never Visited Cape Ann Before, What Do You Do?

We’ve talked about this before, but I want to hear your answers! You have friends in town for 24 hours. They have never visited Cape Ann before. Where do you take them and what do you do? Give me your ultimate 24 hours playing tour guide to show off our great city! Ready, set, go…….. and, thank you in advance!

7 thoughts on “You Have Friends in Town for 24 Hours Who Have Never Visited Cape Ann Before, What Do You Do?

  1. #1 Cape Ann Museum #2 Schooner Lannon #3 Whale Watch #4 Beach #5 Downtown Stroll Coffee/Pastries Virgilios, Caffee Sicilia, Sclafanis you pick,#6 Lobster Rolls #7 Fried Clams #8 Halibut Point State park stroll #8 Bearskin Neck #9 Rocky Neck stroll #10 Walk The Dog Bar Breakwater.

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  2. Breakfast at Charlie’s
    Trip around the Back Shore with a stop at GHB
    Drive out to breakwater and hike to the end and back.
    Sclafani’s for sandwiches and head to Stage Fort Park for a picnic lunch
    Drive to Rockport and browse the shops then hike to headlands and back.
    Head to Stacy Blvd to do photos by the statue(s) then stroll the gardens.
    Loop through Magnolia stopping at the Hammond Castle then hike to Raif’s Chasm
    Back to Lobstaland to catch dinner and the sunset

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  3. a swim in Little Parker ala CODA style . Tour the harbor on the water shuttle , stop at Rocky neck for drinks and gallery walk. All of the above in any order.

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  4. I actually did this marathon when friends came up to Gloucester from New Jersey to visit me in October many years ago. They stayed at Ocean View Inn, toured Yankee Clipper Inn, went to Helmut’s Strudel, drove along the shore to see Magnolia, took pictures in Manchester, passed through Beverly Farms and over the Beverly-Salem Bridge to check out Haunted Happenings. Return trip included the Blue Marlin Inn in Essex and Rocky Neck. Whew!

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