Newburyport ArtWalk – Explore a Community of Talent Step by Step
A Walking Tour Featuring Exceptional Local Art
Newburyport Art Walk
The Newburyport ArtWalk is a FREE, self-guided tour that allows you to explore galleries throughout Newburyport’s Historic District.
Four times a year the artists from the Newburyport community showcase special exhibits, as well as participate in discussion about art and offer painting demonstrations. Mark your calendar now for the 2019 schedule: May 4th and November 2nd.
Live music and a casual reception is also available at the Newburyport Art Association gallery on Water Street.
You’ll also receive a free brochure and map to assist you on your journey. These items can be found at the Newburyport Chamber of Commerce, and the passageway between State and Inn Streets, as well as at ArtWalk Partner locations.
Artwalk 2019 Schedule
Saturday’s from 11 AM – 6 PM
2018 Artwalk Participants
Check back soon for 2019 list
Alan Bull Studio
Connor Summers Gallery
Firehouse Center for the Arts
Indigo Artist Studio
Newburyport Art AssociationPaper Moon Gallery
Paula Estey Studio & Gallery
Sisters We Three
Somerby’s Landing Sculpture Garden
The Plum Island Light House also know as the Plum Island Light or the Newburyport Harbor Light, has a very interesting history. It was first lit in 1788 with a lantern burning whale oil. And it was the 13th lighthouse to be constructed in the U.S.. It was needed to guide boaters into the treacherous mouth of the Merrimack River and into Newburyport Harbor.
Maudslay State Park features breathtaking 19th century gardens, carriage roads and walking trails, stunning fields and meadows as well as stone arch bridges and a flowering reflection pond. If you appreciate history and the outdoors, a trip to Maudslay State Park is a must. Enjoy miles of hiking and walking trails and join the equestrian group if you enjoy horse back riding.
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.