Learn More About Beverly, MA
Beverly offers something for everyone. Our City is a desirable North Shore destination with recreation, shopping and dining options for all tastes and styles. Located on the North Shore of Massachusetts, about 26 miles from Boston, Beverly has a unique personality– small town charm coupled with a city identity. Beverly has a first class public school system, excellent access to Route 128, five commuter rail stations, a municipal golf course and airport making it an easy place to work, visit or live. Beverly is a great place to live with stable, diverse communities in picturesque settings. With miles of coastline, public parks and open spaces, Beverly is aptly called the “Garden City.” A strong partnership between business, government and community coupled with a thriving downtown and many business hubs, attracts a wide range of businesses to Beverly. Beverly is also a hub for creativity that supports many artists who own their own businesses and studios.Priority Development Sites
Cultural Institutions & Attractions:
The Cabot Theatre; The Larcom Theatre; North Shore Music Theatre; Beverly Historical Society and Museum (and Visitors Center).
Beverly Historical Society and Museum; The Hale Farm; The Balch House; Long Hill Estate and Sedgwick Gardens; Beverly Arts District.
Dane Street Beach; Brackenbury Beach; Rice’s Beach; Independence Park; Lynch Park; Mingo Beach; Beverly Harbor; Bass River launch.
Municipal Golf Course:
Beverly Golf and Tennis Club