| Revere Beach Reservation
Revere Beach Boulevard
Open year round, dawn to dusk. Lifeguards are
on duty from late June to early September. Revere Beach, the oldest
public beach in America, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1996.
Today, this beach boasts miles of shoreline which welcomes throngs
of visitors every summer. Along the boulevard there is a bandstand
for summer concerts, a bathhouse and many shade shelters. Revere
Beach is very accessible by public transportation which makes it
a popular spot for people from all around metro Boston.
MBTA: Take the Blue Line to Revere Beach or Wonderland Stations.
Cross the street to the beach.
By Car: Revere Beach Parkway, Revere
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