The City of Gloucester has a rich history and plays an important role in New England’s fishing industry.
There are many restaurants specializing in seafood as well as local and ethnic cuisine. Gloucester has many art galleries, museums, theaters and boutiques. The coast of Gloucester is diverse and is home to several popular beaches including the fabled Wingaersheek Beach.
Stanwood Point is close to the T Station and is easy access to Route 128. Boston is just 40 miles to the south. A short drive to the Gloucester Boardwalk, home of the “Man at the Wheel” also known as the Fishermen’s Memorial Cenotaph and the Fishermen’s Wives Memorial, where you can walk, jog, cycle, or just relax on one of the many benches and enjoy the scenery.