World's End in Hingham is a great place to hike along the coastline.
Rolling hills and rocky shorelines offer sweeping views of the Boston skyline, while tree-lined carriage paths designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted
It’s the tree-lined carriage paths and sweeping views of the Boston skyline, only 15 miles away. The 251-acre coastscape includes rocky shores, broad hillsides, and open fields bracketed by pockets of woodlands.
Hingham Beerworks is part of the Boston Beerworks chain of brewpubs. Great food and crafted on site beer make this a great spot for a post hike lunch. This particular location also offers the best view of any of the BeerWorks, overlooking Hingham Harbor.
We'll start at 11 am, get some hiking in and enjoy the views, and head to Hingham BeerWorks for some lunch around 1:30.
Let's meetup in the World's End main parking lot. Follow Martin's Lane to the entrance, you will need to check in at the Ranger Station and pay a $5 per person admission fee. The Ranger can direct you to the parking lot, or check out the map at the link given below.
For more information and a menu, check out the following links:
World's End: Martin’s Lane Hingham, MA 02043
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Hingham BeerWorks: In the Shipyard 18 Shipyard Drive, Hingham, MA 02043