- Our list of the best things to do in Hull, Massachusetts, features the top 666 nearby activities — including 299 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Year-round, lifeguard-monitored Nantasket Beach is a 1 1/3 mile long oceanfront beach reminiscent of the area's historic amusement park history. Visitors can take in musical band concerts, dance lessons or the historic Paragon Carousel while enjoying the ocean front
A grand carousel in operation for over 80 years, Paragon Carousel has four rows of 66 horses and two Roman chariots. It is decorated with 35 original paintings, 36 cherubs and 18 goddesses looking down as the organ plays.
Established in 1978, the Hull Lifesaving Museum is a museum dedicated to telling the stories of all things lifesaving. In addition to displaying lifesaving devices, guests at the museum learn stories about men who have saved lives on the waters.
At Hull Artist Studio Connection, visitors can explore art studios and meet the artists behind the work featured in the gallery. These artists are skilled with paint mediums like pastel, watercolor, acrylic, and more.
The Pemberton Bait and Tackle Company features fishing charters, island taxis to Boston Harbor islands, and a waterfront cafe located on the pier that offers breakfast and lunch starting at 5:30a.m. Bait and tackle rentals also on the premises.
Considered to be one of the last remaining throwback arcades of the old Nantucket boardwalk, Dream Machine of Nantasket offers a wide range of classic games like skee ball and games of chance. Directly adjacent to the beach, this indoor arcade even has prizes in exchange for game tickets.