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We took a wrong turn and found ourselves in Nantasket Beach. Since it was raining, we kept on driving and ended up exploring Hull for over an hour. We found it fascinating with many different types of houses. We enjoyed the views of Boston from...More
Fort Revere is an important part of Massachusetts history. It was very difficult to find: signage needs updating. Many of the parts of the fort have no explanation of what the various buildings were used for & how the weapons placements worked. Unfortunately, most buildings...More
We happened upon Fort Revere Park by accident - we were taking a coastal trip up the Massachusetts shore and decided to stop in Hull as neither one of us had been there before (we live on Cape). It was incredibly sad to see the...More
A piece of history to walk through. From the top of hill you can understand why they built this dirt here. It's unfortunate kids marked with graffiti but honestly it's a must for the views and history.
This was my first time visiting, and honestly I didn't know it was here. It's the site of an old, somewhat deteriorated fort that was used in the Revolutionary War. The fort walls are covered in graffiti now, and it seems like a hangout spot...More