While we love our towns beaches and restaurants, we also love these Newburyport museums when it comes to learning about our towns nautical history.
Whether you're searching for something classic or an original creation, we've got a list of spots where you can find the best cocktails in Newburyport.
Whatever you're craving, use this guide when you're visiting Plum Island to find a great meal at one of the best Newburyport restaurants.
Enjoy some retail therapy with some shopping in Newburyport during your next visit! We recommend these three boutiques, each with a unique yet New England vibe.
For those times when you just can't leave the pup at home, check out these recommendations for dog-friendly activities in Newburyport.
After a day spent relaxing at the beach or exploring the shops and the historic district of downtown, enjoy the best oysters in Newburyport.
After a day of relaxing on the beach, head into town for an evening of live music in Newburyport and check out these three local venues!
For those looking to get out on the water during their visit, we've got recommendations for the best boat tours in Newburyport.
Whether you're looking for a rainy day activity or just need a break from the beach, head downtown and check out the various art in Newburyport!
After a long day in the sun, there's almost nothing better than some fresh Mexican food and a cold drink. Check out our favorite Mexican spots in Newburyport.
We think any good beach vacation should include a leisurely morning at the coffee shop so we picked our top three choices for coffee shops in Newburyport.
There's no shortage of things to do with kids in Newburyport, whether it's exploring museums, spending the day at the beach on Plum Island, or picking out a new toy in the shops.
Newburyport has several breweries and beer bars in town where you can enjoy a cold one after a day at the beach or exploring Plum Island.
Newburyport's food scene has grown exponentially in the past few years and we've got a list of some unusual and tasty ways to experience both local cuisine and culture.
Yet another local favorite that is literally a madhouse during busy hours, Newburyport's The Poynt always seems to have a lot going - and for good reason.
There's plenty of winter birding to be done during your next stay at Blue - Inn on the Beach, so be sure to pack your binoculars.
Billing itself as “New England’s first oyster, crudo, and chop bar,” the menu at Brine certainly lives up to the diverse nature of that claim.
It happens to all of us – you’re excited about spending a long weekend relaxing beachside, and you’ve arrived several hours early for check-in. Next stop? Lunch in Newburyport.
Fall is here, and it's reflected in the changing foliage of Plum Island and in the kitchens of our favorite Newburyport restaurants.
Summer on Plum Island is all about the beach, but even the heartiest beachgoers may need a little "perk-me-up" after a long day spent seaside.
Our hotel's signature hue may be obvious, but there's nothing blue about the smiling face that awaits guests behind the front desk.