Tupper Manor is located at Endicott College, on Boston’s North Shore. Most of our guests arrive by car (directions from many area points, below) and we are also accessible by public rail.
When exiting Logan Airport, follow I-93 North. Then turn slightly to the right and follow Rt. 1A North toward Revere for 2.4 miles. Next, turn slightly left onto Rt. 60 West. After 1.8 miles, enter the roundabout and take the first exit onto Squire Road/60 West. After 0.8 miles, enter the next roundabout and take the first exit onto US-1 North.
After 7.1 miles you will merge onto I-95/128 North via the exit on the left, going toward Peabody/Gloucester. Keep left and after 1.2 miles, take Rt. 128 North via Exit 45 toward Gloucester. Then follow the below directions “FROM ROUTE 128 NORTH (EXIT 45 ON I-95).”
On Rt. 128 North, take Exit 48 (Grapevine Road, Beverly Farms). Turn right off the exit ramp and right again after 1.5 miles onto Haskell Street (by the cemetery). Proceed to the end; at stop sign, turn right onto Hale Street, Route 127 to Endicott College. Proceed past the Endicott College main entrance on the right and watch for the “Wylie Conference Center” sign on the left and the address is 295 Hale Street. Turn into the driveway, ample parking is on the right.
Take Exit 48 (Grapevine Road, Beverly Farms). Turn left off the exit ramp and follow the directions above.
Follow Route I-93 North to Route I-95 North to Exit 45, and take Route 128 North, toward Gloucester. Follow directions above, “From Route 128 North”.
Take the Mass Pike to Exit 14, Weston. Follow I-95 North to Exit 45, and take Route 128 North toward Gloucester. Follow directions above, “From Route 128 North”.
Follow Route 95 South to Route 1 South to Route 62 East. Follow the directions above, “From Route 128 North”.
Follow Route 89, take Route 93 South to Route 95 North to Exit 45, toward Gloucester. Follow directions above, “From Route 128 North”.
Tupper Manor is easy to get to. We’re only 20 miles from Boston and Logan International Airport and we’re 2 miles from an MBTA commuter rail station. Service animals permitted.