Gloucester, Massachusetts

Discover Gloucester Massachusetts, just 45 minutes from Boston! Home to America’s oldest seaport, Gloucester offers rich maritime history, fresh-caught seafood, an active working waterfront, and several of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Enjoy adventures by land, and by sea, and experience the best of New England’s natural beauty on the coast. Gloucester is alive with arts and cultural attractions, theater, museums, boating, events & festivals, award-winning cuisine, boutiques, and a walkable downtown. There is so much to explore!

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3rd Annual Winter Lights on Cape Ann

Winter Lights on Cape Ann is back for a third year! 2022 Winter Lights on Cape Ann is a collaboration between Discover Gloucester and the Greater Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce.
This year, 100+ displays of festive lights are expanding to businesses across Greater Cape Ann: in Essex, Gloucester, Ipswich, Manchester-by-the-Sea, and Rockport! Businesses are getting into the festive spirit by decking out their storefronts with holiday lights and creative window displays. The 3rd Annual Winter Lights on Cape Ann kicks off on Small Business Saturday, November 26 and runs through New Years Day. New to Winter Lights on Cape Ann this year is a decorating contest! Visit bit.ly/2022WinterLightsCapeAnn to find the online map, brochure, participating businesses, and to vote on your favorite holiday decor.

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