When it comes to beautiful places to visit, Rockport stands tall. Lighthouses, a quntessential and picturesque New England town featuring shops and galleries, restaurants, harbors, sandy and rocky beaches, and of course the sea. There are breathtaking views, play for adults as well as children, the invitation to a slower pace, and the the chance to enjoy moments of pure bliss. We love it and think you will too.
Here is a listing of a variety of resources you can use to help you create the perfect trip, no matter the season. Need some insider information? Feel free to ask!
Rockport USA—The Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce online travel guide
Rockport's Motif #1: the World's Most Celebrated Fishing Shack (NE Historical Society)
Visit Massachusetts video—some is outdated (no pirate ship!), but it's the right feel
Inns of Rockport—Features inns and bed & breakfast locations
Atlantic Vacation Rentals—real estate and vacation rentals on the North Shore
Rockport Art Colony Galleries—The official Facebook page of the community of working artists and gallery owners continuing the artistic and cultural tradition of Rockport MA. New website coming soon!
The Art of David Arsenault—My official Facebook page, visited at least once daily in order to share art or art-related matters. A way to better get to know me, and for me to better get to know you.
Rockport Art Association—one of the oldest and most active art organizations in the country, founded by artists. David was juried in as a new member in 2015.
Rockport Cultural District—The Facebook page of the Rockport Cultural District, dedicated to those interested in discovering more about the Cultural District's events, activities and partners.
Shalin Liu Performance Center—a state-of-the-art music venue which features world-class performers in a striking setting at the water's edge.
Cape Ann Museum—showcasing Cape Ann's rich and varied culture of nationally significant historical, industrial, and artistic achievement.
Peabody Essex Museum—celebrating outstanding artistic and cultural creativity by collecting, stewarding and interpreting objects of art and culture.
Museum of Fine Arts Boston—world-class exhibitions and collection in a beautiful space and a short 45-minute trip from Cape Ann!
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum—A living yet preserved legacy to one woman's love of art and culture in Boston.
Portland Museum of Art—an extensive collection and nationally renowned exhibitions, the Portland Museum of Art is the cultural heart of nearby Portland, Maine.
Farnsworth Art Museum—Celebrating Maine’s role in American Art, the Farnsworth offers a nationally recognized collection from many of America’s greatest artists.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority—The "T" will take you into Rockport and Gloucester, so leave the driving to them!