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World's End, Hingham

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
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  • I cannot say enough good things about World's End, and if we lived closer, I'd be there daily. The park is beautifully manicured and dog-friendly, with clean paths, grassy knolls, and plenty of giant ...  read more »
  • The scenery at World's End is beautiful and there are plenty of great trails and paths for walking. There are also lots of birds for bird watching and if you are lucky enough to see them there is a si...  read more »
  • Have been to World's End many times to get lost in the beauty of the woods and the fantastic views... 
  • This dog-friendly park is the perfect place to spend a sunny summer afternoon. There are various gorgeous sights to be had, including idyllic beaches, a lovely view of the Hingham Shipyard, and a unique and beautiful view of the Boston skyline. There are 4.5 miles of trails, perfect for walking, running, or biking, and they are varied between shaded by trees or under the open sky. There was a $6 price per person, and it was well worth the cost - although a Trustees of Reservations membership is a great idea if you're likely to go back, or visit any of their other many reservations.
  • World's End is a beautiful park that's not overcrowded and has serene views of both Boston and Nantasket beach. The main path has a certain movie like quality to it. You initially cross a bridge and then continue up hill for a short amount of time. At the peak of this hill is a very nice place to have a picnic. It does cost money to get in though; a small price of 6$ a person. I'm sure it keeps the park nice, clean, and not overcrowded.
  • This place has amazing views of the ocean and Boston skyline. Parking is limited and fills up on the weekends. There is an entrance fee for adults but the kids were free.
  • It's a pretty place to explore but it's not that big and $6 a head seems a lot (Maybe this is just because I'm from the UK where most places like this would be free/just the price of parking). Didn't seem to be anywhere particularly good for a swim but there was perhaps places. .
  • Love it there .....where loads of mosquito lemon eucalyptus spray.......or you'll be dinner........ the seafood at the lobster pound the best.
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