Hull Travel Guide

  • By the sea, by the sea!!!
    By the sea, by the sea!!!
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  • Things to Do
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  • Things to Do
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Hull Things to Do

  • Lovely seaviews for an event

    Went to a wedding at Raffael's at Nantasket Beach which is part of the Nantasket Beach Resort & Spa and it was a lovely spot for it. The room has ocean facing windows that wrap around it so you see the beach and the water from every table. The colors of the room are mellow so you can infuse your theme colors easily and even if the power goes out...

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  • Fort Revere Park

    The views from Fort Revere Park, which sits on Telegraph Hill in Revere, are absolutely amazing. A beautiful spot to sit and relax, explore the Fort, or walk up to the top of the observation deck.

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  • Lets Go Kayaking

    There is a great kayak rental hidden in Hull. We were welcomed and given instruction and all the gear. We got into the boats on a dock and slid into the water, no problem. The bay or Estuary as we were told is beautiful, calm and peaceful. There were birds to see and rock cliffs. I always went to the beach but this place on the other side was a...

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  • Go on....you know you wanna!

    Everyone should enjoy or relive childhood by taking a ride on the carousel at Nantasket Beach. I'm told that the horses on it are all original and if that's true you can tell as some of them have cracks along their surface. They play that fun and typical carnival type music and it's housed in a gazebo like structure which has openings all around it...

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  • Hit the Beach!

    Although it was too cold to go into the water or lay on the beach the last time I was there, I have spent many a day laying on this beach, tanning and yes, even swimming occasionally! Generally, New Enland beach water is WAY too cold for my tastes but I'll never stop visiting beaches - any beaches!

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  • fort revere park

    on a hill, this park offers panoramic views of hull and all of boston harbor, as well as the city of boston in the distance. includes historic ramparts from wwII. free plays/music in the summer on weekends.

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Hull Restaurants

  • Fresh seafood with lovely harborside...

    Jake's is a typical seafood restaurant by the beach. It has a fun, casual and familiar feel to it. We were seated almost immediately on a busy Saturday night and lucked out by getting a table on the patio which was open to a beautiful sunset on the inner harbor.The service was great, the food was fresh and we had a really good meal here. I had the...

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  • Fresh Seafood

    Jake's has been around for years. It is Seasonal, so they are closed through the Winters. The food is sometimes great, sometimes average, but when they get it right it is a treat. But the view is fantastic. Clams

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  • Fresh off the boat seafood, good view

    overlooking Hull harbor, seasonal. gets busy on weekend nights- but worth the wait. If it's cold, the lobster bisque in a bread bowl with caesar salad is perfect. In the summer, try the lobster (of course!) or the seared tuna steak.

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Hull Nightlife

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    by maitEifion Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Formerly only open on Friday and Saturday nights, now you can hang at Jo's Thursday thru Sunday evenings. It's like visiting your uncle's basement bar. It's been here for 50 years or more, run by the same couple. Jo is Josephine and she was a feisty lovely lady who went to join her husband, Jack, in the jazz club of the stars this past June. They are dearly remembered by anyone who was lucky enough to meet them.
    The new owners were friends of Jo and Jack D'Arcy, they are keeping the walls of Jo's covered with nautical memorabilia from the past 50 years from coast guard badges to signs from ships. The juke box still plays Elvis and Aerosmith. And the bar still serves liquor and domestic beers such as Pabst Blue Ribbon and Michelob all at VERY low prices.
    It's a neighborhood bar but all strangers are welcome to drop in.

    Dress Code: Very Casual--you can wear anything

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Hull Shopping

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    by garridogal Written Aug 27, 2006

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    This is one of those typical beachside shops that sell t-shirts, shell jewelry, post-cards, souvenirs and kinda scary clothes! I went in to buy some batteries for my camera and to take a look at everything - especially the shell jewelry. I love seeing what new pastel colors they dye them!

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Hull Warnings and Dangers

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    I'm STAHVIN'!

    by maitEifion Written Dec 9, 2002

    Watch out! keep your dogs leashed and your small children near you if walking around any wooded areas or the beach at night here. the coyotes are on the prowl. My dog has been chased twice and my neighbor's dog was attacked. Two dogs have been killed so far.

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Hull Off The Beaten Path

  • Contrasting Windows

    I have no idea what this building was used for. It's right on the strip and obviously, old and uncared for. I felt the need to snap a picture of the ornate window and then one of the, well....not so ornate one! We were nosy and peeked into one of the ground level windows. Looks like it might have been used for some aspect of the park services at...

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  • View the Blue Hills and Boston from...

    I put this under adventure travel because romping around this 1775 Revolutionary War fort can be an adventure. The stairs are crumbling and coyotes lurk after dark, but from the top of the water tower (stairs in fine condition, open on summer weekends, call for other times in the year) it's a marvelous view of Boston Light, Graves Light and the...

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Hull Favorites

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    What a peninsula!

    by maitEifion Written Feb 25, 2003

    Favorite thing: Nantasket Beach is gorgeous--a 4 mile long wide strip of sand and surf.

    Fondest memory: I miss the view and the safe feeling of walking around the village any time of day or night. It's a small town just south of the big city of Boston.

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