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Fort Revere Park, Hull

(3.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Fort Revere Park is a state-owned historic site and public recreation area situated on a small peninsula in the town of Hull, Massachusetts. The park occupies on Telegraph Hill in Hull Village and houses the remains of two seacoast fortifications, including former Fort Revere.Activities and amenitiesThe park includes a water tower with observation deck, a military history museum, and picnicking facilities and is open from sunrise until sunset.
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  • I find Ft. Revere to be a wonderful place to visit! They have done a lot of work to clean up the Fort and remove the graffiti that previously covered the structure. There are several markers to note t...  more »
  • Fort Revere Park is a historical place where the remnants of fortifications (but now they are all spray-painted graffiti) and dumping, if I am not mistaken, the French sailors since the war, but I liked it absolutely not this, and beautiful views from there. If you suddenly find yourself on the peninsula in the city of Hull, then, definitely, I advise you to visit this place!
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  • The fort itself is actually still in surprisingly good condition considering all of the wear and tear that it has been put through since it was built.You can still go in to the old fortified area to s...  more »
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  • If you want the best 360 deg view that encompasses the Boston skyline, lighthouses, speeding boats and ships, the Hull peninsula,etc, this is the place to go. Wonderful old military bunkers going back to the Revolutionary War, and used until 1947 to protect the sea entrance to Boston. The only real setback is that graffiti "artists" come from all over to deface the old Fort, often right after a great effort has been put in to clean the old graffitti. If you can't find it, look for one of the highest points in Hull (Telegraph Hill) and a total water storage tower that looks like a lighthouse. The view is worth the effort.
  • I've been here once for a class trip this place is awesome. I'm into creepy stuff so this is a good place to go and experience a good historical landmark with a background
  • Cool place to go with your flashlight. Very nice views!
  • The crumbling fort is pretty cool, but the best part about this park is the view! Climb those crumbling stars, get up on top of the fort and let your breath be taken away. It is truly one of the most beautiful views I've ever seen. It's really sad that the locals have graffitied the fort, but I guess that's part of its charm
  • Nice views of Boston harbor to the north including the Boston lighthouse. Interesting old fort that unfortunately has been vandalized. Would be nice if one day the tower structure could be opened to visitors.