Things to Do in Newburyport
Are you an adventure seeker? Have interest in the arts? Maybe you're just looking for a fun, casual night? Look no further!
Start your day at Plum Island, an 11-mile long barrier island, home to miles of sandy beaches and the this Refuge. Bring your binoculars and you’ll join the thousands of birdwatchers who flock to the area.
Explore the protected marshes and waterways of the New England coastline with a wide variety of guided Kayak and Stand Up Paddle Board tours. Paddle with the Seals for a truly unique experience! Beginners are welcome!
Here, you can explore the region’s wildlife-rich habitats (salt marshes, mudflats, rivers, bays, and coastal waters) through guided tours, marine touch tanks, art exhibits, drop-in programs, and interpretive displays.
See Humpback, Finback, and Minke Whales as well as Porpoise, Seals, Sharks and an array of Sea Birds. The open ocean holds many species of diverse wildlife, making every trip a unique and exciting experience.
Explore the city via bike.The Clipper City Rail Trail is a 1.1 mile trail between the Merrimack River and the MBTA Commuter Rail Station. The trail is open to non-motorized uses such as bicycling, jogging, and walking.