Walk ten minutes to Dane Street Beach for a picnic, or explore Beverly’s parks with a hike or bike ride. Charter a Fat Tuna fishing boat, or book tickets to a concert at The Cabot Theater, celebrating its 100th birthday in 2020. Walk steps to Montserrat College of Art, or take a ten-minute scenic drive up Route 127 to Endicott and Gordon College. As always, check Beverly Main Streets and Destination Salem to stay up to date with the latest local events!

Beverly Commons Conservation Area

With 126 acres of protected land, there's plenty to explore at the Beverly Commons. Enjoy biking, hiking, and bird watching on a beautiful sunny day! Visit www.ecga.org to learn more about all of the properties in the area.

North Shore Music Theater

Go enjoy a night out with tickets to an award winning musical! Since 1955, NSMT has been attracting crowds from near and far with their unforgettable performances. Visit www.nsmt.org to purchase tickets.

Beverly Main Streets

Take a stroll downtown to do some shopping at one of the many unique stores Beverly has to offer. You may also want to attend one of the downtown events like Arts Fest, Downtown Trick or Treat, or one of the Block Parties. Visit www.bevmain.org to stay up to date!

Salem Maritime National Historic Site

Visit America's first National Historic Site established in 1938. This park preserves over 600 years of maritime history. Visit www.nps.gov to explore Salem's history.

The Cabot Theater

Enjoy a night out at this spectacular 100 year old theater next door to the hotel. They present concerts, movies, magicians, and children’s programs daily. Visit www.thecabot.org to purchase tickets.

Beverly Historical Society

Take a tour of one of Beverly's iconic houses, or visit their museum to learn more about the history and genealogy of Beverly. Visit www.historicbeverly.net to purchase tickets and view tours.

Salem's Haunted Happenings

Learn about the history of Salem, MA and join in the Halloween festivities! This is one trip you'll be sure to remember. Visit www.hauntedhappenings.org for the most updated list of events.

The Larcom Theatre

This multi-purpose theater was built in 1912 and named after Beverly's poet Lucy Larcom. Visit www.thelarcom.org to buy tickets to live music, comedy, dance, and theatre.

Fat Tuna Charters

As seen on Wicked Tuna! Take a sunset cruise around the shores of Cape Ann, or try your hand at fishing. Visit www.fattunacharters.com to get more info and schedule your trip!

Coast to Coast Paddle

Rent a kayak or standup paddle board to explore the Beverly coastlines in style! Coast to Coast offers rentals, lessons, and guided tours. Visit www.coasttocoastpaddle.com to book today!

Peabody Essex Museum

The PEM offers a wide variety of art from the 1700s to present day. With pieces from all over the world, and ever-changing exhibits, the PEM has something for all ages to enjoy. Visit www.pem.org to purchase tickets and learn about the latest exhibits.

Beverly Recreation Beaches and Parks

Catch some sun rays at Dane Street Beach on a hot summer day. Or, take a walk around the iconic Rose Garden at Lynch Park, commonly used for weddings and events. Both are just a short walk or drive from the The Cabot Lodge. Visit www.bevrec.com for a full list of Beverly's public beaches and parks.