In Newburyport, all roads lead to something special.
Newburyport by land
Newburyport is 35 driving miles north of Boston, and less than an hour from Manchester Airport in New Hampshire.
If you’re traveling the open roads, take exit 57 East from Route 95 and follow the signs to Downtown Newburyport.
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Parking Tip: If you catch a spot on the street, watch for time limits. Otherwise, these lots only charge .50 cents an hour from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pay at the kiosks and get to enjoying Newburyport.
The Newburyport Turnpike Bridge is where Route 1 and Route 1A cross the Merrimack River, connecting Newburyport with Salisbury, Massachusetts. Just west of the Turnpike Bridge sits the Chain Bridge, one of the oldest bridges along the river.
Whether interested in running, cycling or skipping throughout Newburyport, our nature trails, historic tours and bike clubs do a body good.
Clipper Heritage Trail. Dozens of Historic Tours to Experience
Clipper City Rail Trail and Harbor Walk. MBTA to the Merrimack
Maudslay State Park. Former Family Estate with Breathtaking Beauty
Newburyport ArtWalk Weekends. Perfect for Creative Adventurers
Taste Newburyport. Cape Ann Food Tour
WalkJogRun. Hundreds of Routes in Newburyport
The Newburyport Art Association (NAA) forms the heart of the local arts scene, hosting exhibitions and workshops designed to support and encourage a vibrant arts community in the Greater Newburyport area. For the past 70 years this nonprofit arts organization has dedicated itself to the creation of art, art education, and community outreach.
This Thanksgiving the Newburyport High School football team will have the opportunity to play its traditional rivalry game against Amesbury High School on the newly renovated turf field atop of Mt Rural. Mt Rural, as the hill was called where the magnificent NHS now sits, is home to one of the grandest high school stadiums […]
Whether you live local to the Newburyport area or you are just coming for a visit, the Clipper City Rail Trail is a great way to experience the natural beauty of the area. The path runs from MBTA Commuter Rail Station over to the Merrrimack River and provides a picturesque spot to exercise or just enjoy a leisurely stroll.