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The Hull Nantasket Beach Chamber of Commerce Welcomes you to the most beautiful seaside town located directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Located just 20 miles south of Boston, Hull offers year' round business and recreation second to none!!
You need only come to Hull to find a powerful example of how wind can gain public acceptance. Hull Wind 1 is the first commercial-scale wind turbine on the coastline in the continental United States, and North America’s first urban turbine.
The Hull Lifesaving Museum, the museum of Boston Harbor Heritage, preserves the region's lifesaving tradition and maritime culture through collections, exhibits, experiential and interpretive education, research and service to others. The museum's open water rowing programs in Boston Harbor educate young people about themselves while developing a constituency that takes stewardship for its maritime history. The deeds, traditions, and ethics of nineteenth century coastal lifesavers--Skills, Courage, and Caring--are the foundation of the museum's exhibits and programs, and its underlying commitment to working to impact society, and individual lives, for the better.
Fort Revere Park is an 8+ acre historic site located atop Telegraph Hill in Hull Village. The Park contains the remains of two seacoast fortifications, a water tower with an observation deck, a military history museum and picnic facilities. Panoramic views, and regularly scheduled outdoor events.
Elizabeth Trubia is watercolor artist and resident of Hull, Massachusetts. Inspired by the scenic beauty of her surroundings, Elizabeth has spent a decade painting treasured memories of Paragon Park, the area's finest historical Victorian hotels, lighthouses, and many other well known beautiful local attractions including scenes of Hull, Boston and the South Shore. A former librarian, Elizabeth enjoys researching and educating others through her work by including many accompanying historically accurate descriptions.