Explore the North Shore

From Pirates and Witches to Seafarers and Founding Fathers

Nestled in the heart of America’s rich historical tapestry, Tupper Manor is situated on Boston’s North Shore, home to 30 miles of New England heritage and stunning shoreline. We welcome you to delve into our world – a coastal escape that sweeps from seafaring legacies and the captivating vistas of Cape Ann to tales of pirate riches and renowned Salem, known for the 1692 witch trials.


Discover the iconic activities our region has to offer, from the Cape Ann Whale Watch and Yankee Fleet Adventures to the insightful journey aboard the Salem Trolley. Dive deeper into our history with visits to local museums like the House of Seven Gables, the Lighthouse Preservation Society, and the Salem Witch Museum. For the sports enthusiasts, our golf and tennis clubs await, along with various sporting events. Dive into the wonders of the North Shore!


Embark on a culinary journey, letting your tastebuds lead the way along the coast. Eateries along Boston’s North Shore present a diverse range of flavors, settings, and options. Whether it’s cozy taverns, laid-back taquerias, bustling oyster bars, or scenic waterfront dining spots you seek, there’s a delightful dish awaiting every discerning palate!

Endicott College

Set aside some time to wander through the scenic, coastal grounds of Endicott College, a premier liberal arts institution. Established in 1939 as a college for women and named for John Endicott, a pioneer administrator of Harvard University and the inaugural governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, at Tupper Manor, we are now honored to collaborate with Endicott’s hospitality program.

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