Welcome to the Garden City
Beverly, Massachusetts is a desirable North Shore destination with recreation, shopping, and dining options for all tastes and styles. Located about 30 minutes from Boston, and offering miles of coastline, public parks, and open spaces, Beverly is aptly called the "Garden City."
Beverly has a unique personality—small town charm coupled with a city identity. A strong partnership between local business, government, and community results in a thriving downtown with many attractions, activities, and amenities. Excellent access to Route 128, five commuter rail stations, and a municipal airport make it a desirable place to live and work.
Local Amenities and Attractions
Beverly Golf & Tennis Club
This public facility offers an exquisite 18-hole golf course and 10 outdoor clay tennis courts. The clubhouse is the focal point of the property, housing the 19th Hole Pub, the Great Room for special functions, and Fireside Rooms for smaller, more intimate events.
Beverly Arts District
Beverly Arts District was launched in 2014 by Beverly Main Streets, in partnership with the city of Beverly and Montserrat College of Art, as a demonstration of our collective commitment to arts and culture and working artists. A diverse community of talented artists study, open their businesses, and hone their crafts here.
Beverly Arts District
Beaches and Waterfront
Beverly is home to some of the North Shore's finest beaches and recreation. Picnicking, sailing, windsurfing, and leisurely sunset beach strolls are just steps from your door.
This beautiful 16-acre oceanfront park has beaches and a formal rose garden for weddings and pictures. Enjoy kayaking, concerts, events, and food concession.
Nearly 1,000 recreational boaters enjoy Beverly as their hailing port. Beverly Harbor offers a variety of services, as well as pump-out facilities, transient moorings, rental slips, fuel, haul out, and various marine services.
Beverly Depot (MBTA Commuter Rail)
Beverly Depot is served by every train from both branches of the Newburyport/Rockport Commuter Rail line, as well as several short turn runs, for as many as 30 departures to Boston on weekdays. Beverly Depot is one of five such stations in the city of Beverly.
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Beverly Regional Airport provides aerial access to Beverly and the North Shore region for private, business, and corporate aircraft. It also supports recreational and instructional flying.
The Cabot Theatre is a North Shore treasure, a legacy of the visionary showmanship and architectural passion of the Ware Brothers. The theatre opened on December 8, 1920 as a dream palace for vaudeville and silent movies and it was hailed as “the most impressive auditorium of its size east of New York.”