The USA's first public beach (since 1896), this dog-friendly, three-mile stretch just an eight-minute MTA subway ride and an even shorter drive from downtown Boston is part of a vibrant city of 62,000 which has been a vacation destination for more than a century, with plenty of vardied lodging, dining, shopping, nightlife, as well as an attractive cityscape including Victorian- and Edwardian-era homes. Revere Beach itself has a Victorian pavilion and public bathhouse, along with food vendors, summertime lifeguards, a bandstand for summer concerts, and various other amenities. And of course one of its top claims to fame is the weekend-long international sand sculpting competition which attracts more than a million visitors each July.

Read more about this and other local strands in Tripatini member Cary Moralish's post Top 5 Beach Destinations in/around Boston.




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