Welcome to Newburyport, Massachusetts, home to the largest family business in the Northeast serving Newburysport and the entire state of Massachusetts. The town of 18,000 people is full of character and diverse landscapes, from its little-known 11-mile beach to its vibrant downtown, and many visitors often find every nook and cranny of the alleyways to have their own unique experience in this beautiful little town that looks more like a small town. It is best known today for its beautiful beaches, historic buildings and historic town hall, as well as for its great restaurants and bars.
Maudslay State Park in Newburyport is a great place to spend a day with family, friends or even just a few friends and family members. The beach where the Merrimack River meets the ocean and the beach at the end of the park are popular with visitors.
There is also an Audubon Center on Plum Island Turnpike, which is a great place for birding, birding and other outdoor activities. Other attractions on the island include the Newburyport Museum of Natural History, Maudslay State Park and the State Park itself.
Giuseppe's Italian restaurant, located on the waterfront just minutes from the city centre, offers some of Newbury's best pizza and pasta dishes, as well as a wide selection of wines. The Hub has a bar and hip restaurants, and Plum Island Turnpike also has a good number of great Thai restaurants and cafes. Thai Restaurant and maintains the standard for the best Thai cuisine in Newburntport with its high quality Thai cuisine.
Maudslay State Park is located in the northwest corner of the city on the banks of the Merrimack River, and Newburyport Forest is located on the southwest corner of our city. Maud Slay State Park, Newburntport, Massachusetts - M Audubon Park, a beautiful park with a variety of hiking trails and great views of Mt. Vernon, the New Hampshire border and the Connecticut River, is located near the southeast corner, while MAudslays State Park is located on the banks of the Merrimak River in the northwest of the city. Newburg, Mass.-Newburyports Forest, located in a southwest corner of my city; M audobon forest, an amazing forest with great views of Mount Pleasant, Connecticut.
Several parks and beaches surround the city, including the Merrimack River, the New Hampshire border and the Connecticut River in the southeastern corner of our city. Several parks, beaches, dot my city, including Maud Slay State Park, Newburntport, Mass.-Newburyports Forest, a beautiful park with a variety of trails and great views of Mount Pleasant, Connecticut; M Audubon Park and Newburyport Beach, both on the west side of the river. Several parks, beach, dotted myCity, which includes Mudslays StatePark, M audubons Forest, an amazing forest with great views of Mount Vernon and Mount Vernon, Massachusetts.
Other attractions include Atwood Park at the southern end of Newburyport, which features the Statue of the Liberator Garrison in City Hall. Other attractions include Atwoods Park, located on the west side of the Merrimack River and the New Hampshire border in the southeast of our city, and adorned with a statue, the Garrison Liberators, at City Hall. Other points of interest include the city's other parks, such as Maud Slay State Park and M Audubons Forest, a beautiful park with stunning views of Mount Pleasant, Connecticut.
Go to the Newburyport Historic Maps page and start your search for hidden destinations, such as the ice cream stand on the corner of the main and main streets in the city centre.
The author, Joshua Coffin (1792 - 1864), was a resident of Newburyport, Massachusetts and a member of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, now known as Historic New England. This 5-page article was published in the May / June 2013 issue of Historic Boston, a publication of our society, and this 10-page article was published as part of a series of articles on the company's website and Facebook page.
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The National Wildlife Refuge on the Parker River is also a 15-minute drive from Newburyport city centre and is a popular beach birdwatching spot that feels like half a world away. The nearest scheduled commercial flight service can be reached from Boston, Boston International Airport (MBTA) or Boston - Framingham Airport. There is the Portsmouth Flying Stage Coach, which travels from Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to Boston and is carried by a private passenger plane, the "Portsmouth - Portsmouth - Boston" (P - B - E - P).