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rotunda at tuck's point

The rotunda at Tuck's Point offers a wonderful view of Manchester Harbor. Tie up your dinghy at the dock to left.

View across harbor to 1st Parish Church from Smith's Point

Looking inland from Smith's Point, the steeple of 1st Parish Church in the distance.

People reading menu of Calla's Restaurant

Calla's Restaurant is a Manchester favorite, right on Beach Street.

dinghy tie-up by Tuck's Point rotunda

You can tie up your dinghy at the Tuck's Point rotunda after a great day on the water.

close up of Smith's Point rotunda

The inland side of Smith's Point is visible beyond the rotunda and gangway to dinghy tie-up.

blue bicycle by stone wall

You can ride your bike to any place in Manchester-by-the-Sea. Or just ride for fun.

table and chairs on lawn by stone library

The lawn surrounding Manchester's library is a great place to relax...with or without a book.

Manchester Marina red building

Manchester Marina speaks to an active harbor and the many boats serviced or stored here.

Singing Beach at low tide

Popular Singing Beach's name comes from the unique sound the sand makes when you walk across it.

Manchester Public Libraryman

Built in 1887, the town library was the gift of Thomas Jefferson Coolidge and was designed by Charles McKim.

red fishing boat manchester harbor

Active fishing boats, day sailers and power boats fill Manchester Harbor.

Union Street with flag, library and church

Union Street winds through Manchester's charming "downtown."

Bench in Masconomo Park

Masconomo Park is right in the heart of Manchester-by-the-Sea.

1st Parish Church

1st Parish Church is a village landmark, its steeple visible in daytime and when lit at night.

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