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Cape Ann Museum

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Cape Ann Museum

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27 Pleasant St, Gloucester, MA 01930-5909
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Scenic Cape Ann Driving Tour in Gloucester and Rockport
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Discover Cape Ann with a self-guided drive along the scenic waterfront! Enjoy the vistas, beaches, and natural beauty of this quintessential New England coastline at your own pace. Visit the famous Fisherman's Memorial, beautiful Beauport, and the scenic Harborwalk, all while diving into the stories of Massachusetts of days past. The roundtrip tour through Gloucester and Rockport also visits Fort Point, Eastern Point Lighthouse, Bearskin Neck, Halibut Point State Park, and more.<br><br>This self-guided tour allows you to explore Gloucester and Rockport’s historic wonders with maximum flexibility and value. <br>-----<br>Recommended: Purchase one tour per vehicle. Everyone can listen at the same time!<br>-----<br>We’ll email or text you your unique password within 30 minutes after you book the tour. All audios play automatically based on location.
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Mark P wrote a review Mar 2020
Swampscott, Massachusetts1,721 contributions263 helpful votes
This is a nice museum focused on artists with connections to Cape Ann, along with local maritime items. This is a well curated museum with a number of nice items in its permanent collection, and generally offers interesting exhibitions.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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slychris43@gmail.com wrote a review Jan 2020
Montpellier, France50 contributions8 helpful votes
Visited Gloucester and Cape Ann to stay with friends just before Christmas and a visit to the museum was suggested. I have a reluctance to visit small municipal museums both in the UK and France finding them run by retired well wishers who have a narrow interest in a limited
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from 27CAM, Visitor Services at Cape Ann Museum
Responded Jan 17, 2020
We are delighted to hear that you had such a wonderful time visiting the museum. Thank you for your kind and thoughtful review.
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margaretmleblanc67 wrote a review Dec 2019
Newton, Massachusetts24 contributions3 helpful votes
A week ago, we visited the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester to see the temporary Winslow Homer beach exhibit. This museum is a wonderful find!!! The docent led us on a tour of the highlights of the museum, the temporary Winslow exhibit, and a captain's historic home. if you want
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Date of experience: November 2019
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robertwD7057IG wrote a review Dec 2019
Toronto, Canada1,092 contributions178 helpful votes
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I grew up in the area, Ipswich, and I am embarrassed to say this was my first visit. I had seen a PBS NewsHour segment on the Winslow Homer exhibit (which has now sadly closed) and decided to visit. This is a gem of a museum, well worth a stop when in the Cape Ann area. Great
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from 27CAM, Visitor Services at Cape Ann Museum
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Thank you for visiting the Cape Ann Museum, we are happy to hear you enjoyed your visit.
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Herb M wrote a review Dec 2019
Rockport, Massachusetts356 contributions74 helpful votes
The Cape Ann Museum is a very professional museum in a little building. The scale of what they do is surprising given the small size of the museum. The Homer exhibit is an excellent example of this - they performed as one would expect from a big museum in a big city. The Homer
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Date of experience: November 2019
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