Located on Cape Ann, and surrounded by the sea, Gloucester is America’s oldest seaport with a wild and rocky coastline. Annisquam, a popular summer getaway, and Eastern Point showcase some of Gloucester’s most exquisite waterfront properties. Abundant recreational and cultural opportunities are available, including sandy beaches—Wingaersheek, Good Harbor, Niles and Plum Cove—fishing, yachting, the Rock Neck Art Colony and downtown Gloucester with its restaurants, museums and shopping. Gloucester is located on Boston’s North Shore, approximately fourty miles from downtown Boston and Logan International Airport. Gloucester is easily accessible from both Routes 128 and 1A, as well as via commuter train service from Boston. 

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City of Gloucester: http://gloucester-ma.gov/
Gloucester, MA: http://www.gloucesterma.com/
Gloucester museums:  http://gloucesterma.com/indoor-museum.html
Beaches: http://gloucesterma.com/out-beaches.html
Parks: http://gloucesterma.com/outdoor-parks.html