The coastal South Shore town of Hingham is home to lots of incredible ocean views, and plenty of history. Hingham Bay is a part of outer Boston Harbor and the Hingham Shipyard is filled with shops, restaurants, and plenty of entertainment. Make sure to stop to take in the views at The World’s End, a 251-acre Frederick Law Olmsted park with carriage paths, rolling hills, and views of the shorelines.

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Hingham, MA —
The Festival of Americana

Hingham's 4th of July celebration is one of the town's most cherished traditions. When I think of the 4th of July in Hingham, I think of quintessential small town New England. It is a festival of Americana where friends and family gather to celebrate our country. It is also the patriotic introduction to the summer.

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Hingham, MA —
A Town of History

It was about 10 years ago when I took my family to Washington, DC for a visit. We toured the majority of the typical tourist sites including the capitol building, monuments, and museums. Due to my love of history, my family and I were particularly interested in the two days that we planned to spend at the Smithsonian museums. During our visit to the National Museum of American History, we were surprised to learn that there was a connection to the place that we called home - Hingham, Massachusetts.

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