Newburyport Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Newburyport; our list of the best things to see, including Full Moon Classic Yacht Charters, Coastal Discoveries and Maudslay State Park.
  • Full Moon Classic Yacht Charters

    253 Low Street
    Certified for up to 49 people year round. Summer only.
    food nearby
  • Coastal Discoveries

    55 Hay Street
    Marine environmental education program. Charterboats for fishing, evening cruises, etc.
    eat nearby
  • Maudslay State Park

    Curzon Mill Rd
    Daily 8AM-Sunset. A 480-acre state park with 19th century garden plantings, rolling meadows, pine forests and mountain laurel. Walking, biking, horseback riding, picnics and cross-country skiing are available to the public. A seasonal outdoor theater and performance center are on the grounds. A real gem along the banks of the Merrimack River. Best in May and June. Parking is $2.
    restaurants nearby
  • Atlantis Charter

    18 Russell Terrace
    Charter (fishing, whale watching, etc.) 6 passengers.
    food nearby
  • Yankee Clipper Harbor Tours

    1 Merrimac Street #26
    Jun-Oct daily. Harbor tours leaving Waterfront Park. Adults $12, Children $6. Sunset cruise 6:30PM - 8:00PM; Adults $18, children $10.
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  • Plum Island Kayak

    38R Merrimac
    Instruction or guided river, wildlife refuge, full moon or Isle of Shoals tours.
    restaurants nearby
  • Tunacious Sportfishing Charters

    Merrimac St
    Sportfishing charters aboard a 33' Blackfin for Giant Bluefin Tuna, Sharks, Cod, Haddock, Striped Bass and Bluefish.
    food nearby
  • Custom House Maritime Museum

    25 Water St
    Mar-Dec, Tu-Sa 9AM-5PM, Su 12PM-4PM. Housed in the restored 1835 granite Custom House, the museum exhibits artifacts form Newburyport’s rich maritime history as a major shipbuilding center and seaport, sending ships to the Far East and around the world. Admission charged.
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  • Cushing House Museum and Garden

    98 High St
    This 21-room brick Federal home houses the Historical Society of Old Newbury. Visitors are treated to the treasures of the area’s rich historic past, encompassing every aspect of life from the countryside to the city and its merchants. There are guided tours, exhibits, special events, and lectures. Open May-October, Tue-Fri, 10am-4pm, Saturday, 11am-2pm.Last tour begins one hour before closing. Admission Charged.
    restaurants nearby
  • Lady Diane Charters

    68 Curzon Mill Road
    ladydianecharters.com]. Lady Diane Charters offers Bass, Bluefish & Mackerel fishing, whale watching, dive charters and scenic cruises from May 15 through October 15.
    food nearby
  • Upstairs at Michael's Harborside

    One Tournament Wharf
    11:30AM-1AM.
  • Gallery and Grille

    26 Market Square
    Sun-Thur 11:30-8PM; Fr,Sa 11:30AM-9PM. Hours reduced in winter. Nice casual atmosphere with art displayed. $10-$17.
  • Aquatini

    27 State Street
    Dinner W-Su 5PM-?; Lunch Th-Su 11:30AM-3PM. Great food and drinks.
  • The Purple Onion

    44 Inn St
    in off season.) Fun, funky, different stuff.
  • Rosie O'Sheas Irish House

    84 State Street
  • Newburyport Lighthouse

    61 1/2 Water St
    Climb the 55 stairs to the top of this lighthouse, then select (for delivery) from multi-course gourmet meals offered by Newburyport's finest. Reservations required months ahead. $375 per couple, all you can eat, includes membership in the Lighthouse Preservation Society (with possible tax deductibility). Bring your own liquor.
  • The Grog

    13 Middle Street
    Daily 11:30AM-10PM. Dinner $10-$20.
  • Glenn's Restaurant and Cool Bar

    44 Merrimac Street
    Acclaimed chef.
  • Bluwater Cafe

    140 High Street
    Best choice for fish.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Newburyport uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.