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All of my Marblehead reviews start the same. Marblehead is like a wonderful little jewelry box. By foot, walking just a few blocks... By car, driving just a few miles... You can see and feel all of the jewlels. Ft. Sewall is a place you...More
My kids have always loved to hang out at Fort Sewall. We often take picnic lunches there. At low tide, the beach is also fun. Lots of critters in the water and rocks to climb. There are bathrooms, but they are not always open.
Fort Sewall sits on a small cliff at the mouth of Marblehead Harbor, across the harbor from the famous Corinthian Yacht Club. During the Revolutionary War, this harbor was important since the American ships could attack the British and then take off for the safety...More
After a nice lunch at the Barnacle, it was a perfect walk to help digest our lobster rolls! The view is spectacular, and it is then a ice short stroll through the lovely old streets to the shops along Washington.
Whether your a resident taking your morning constitutional with your dog, or a tourist hoping to see some historical sights, this is a great destination. With spectacular views of Marblehead harbor and the Marblehead light, a stroll around the Fort is well worth bearing any...More
Ft. Sewall dates back to the early 1700s, when it was built by the British. It has the remains of an earthen fort, one of the first in the Colonies.
A walkway around the fort provides a beautiful view of the harbor and the lighthouse...More