Weymouth is a Massachusetts city offering hundreds of years of history, natural landscapes to explore, museums, parklands, wildlife viewing and unique entertainment opportunities for the whole family. Webb Memorial State Park offers waterfront views and relaxation backed with views of the city skyline. At Great Esker Park, you’ll find playgrounds for the kids as well as hiking trails and canoeing along the water. On Grape Island, visitors explore a wide range of outdoor recreational activities. Whitmans Pond is a peaceful relaxation space with waterfront strolls and benches to relax.

    The United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum gives you the opportunity to board and explore an actual Navy heavy cruiser. The Abigail Adams Birthplace allows you to see the pristinely-maintained home where Adams grew up. The Bare Cove Fire Museum and Green Dock Museum offer a focused look at quirky local history, artefacts and ephemera. Blanchard’s Tavern is a museum that provides a look at hospitality from hundreds of years ago.

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    • 10 Places Locals Love to Eat in Weymouth

      If you’re looking for the best local food and where to find in Weymouth, you've come to the right place. From trendy cafes to classic fish and chips shops near the water, this seaside town has plenty of places serving great food. Many of these restaurants are known for showcasing authentic local flavours, Weymouth's fishing heritage, and dedication to quality...

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