Mahi Cruises & Charters invites you to take in the changing colors of fall by boat on a cruise out of Salem Massachusetts Harbor. Passengers will visit out five historic lighthouses during this 14-mile harbor loop through Beverly, Manchester, Salem & Marblehead. This 1 hour 45 minute tour gets you up close to view the lighthouses from the water, and gives you a brand new perspective on the splendor of the North Shore's changing fall foliage.
Essex River Cruises hosts a narrated sightseeing tour that winds down the beautiful Essex River aboard Essex River Queen, a pontoon boat. We’ll cruise up close to Hog/Choate Island to get a view of the areas magnificent dark spruce forest. See the leaves change into brilliant hues of yellow and orange. Enjoy complimentary hot cider and donuts from Russell Orchard of Ipswich. Don’t miss this magnificent opportunity to view some of New England’s most spectacular fall foliage.
Join the Trustees on the top of Holt Hill to kick off the Fall foliage season with phenomenal views of Boston framed by gorgeous autumn color. Enjoy guided hikes to the unexplored areas of Ward Reservation. Take part in family activities including kite making and lawn games. Enjoy some of your favorite fall treats, like apple cider donuts, and roast marshmallows for s’mores.
reat your mom to an experience she won’t soon forget! Love your mom and can’t think of a good gift? You can’t go wrong with our Sunday Jazz Brunch! We’ll cruise through Salem Sound to the melodic and soothing music our live jazz band.
Run the trails of Ravenswood Park during the height of foliage season this year at the Ravenswood Trails Race! This 4.1-mile trail race provides a beautiful overview of Ravenswood Park at the height of fall color, from rugged trails and boardwalks to carriage roads and stunning vistas.
Take a seat in your classroom-on-the-sea. Absorb the invigorating sea and the rich history of Salem Sounds and its storied ocean front estates with Mahi Cruises & Charters. This tour gets you up close to view the coastline from the water, and gives you a brand new perspective on the splendor of the North Shore's coast.
Friday, November 22
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