60 Farina Road
Hull, MA 02045
Fort Revere Park is an 8+ acre historic site located atop Telegraph Hill in Hull Village. The Park contains the remains of two seacoast fortifications, an historic water tower, and picnic facilities. Fort Revere Park is open daily, sunrise to sunset, year round. There are grills and picnic tables available.
Thank You to all involved
The free public programming at Fort Revere Park is made possible by a variety of non-profit organizations, local businesses and individuals. Through their efforts and your participation, we hope to promote awareness and preservation of this unique historic resource.
MBTA: Take the MBTA red line to Quincy Center, take MBTA bus 220 to Hingham Center, take A&B bus to Hull/ Fort Revere. For fare and schedule information, contact: MBTA (617)722-3200, A&B Bus Lines (800)696-6066.
From Route 3, South: Take exit 14, Route 228, North to Nantasket Beach. Watch carefully for signs as Rt.228 makes several sharp turns through the Town of Hingham.
From Route 3A: Take Rt. 3A to the Hingham Rotary, halfway around the rotary, (past the 3A turn off) to Summer St., 0.5 miles, bear left on to George Washington Blvd, to Nantasket Beach.
From Nantasket Beach: Take Nantasket Ave, follow Ft Revere/ Lifesaving Museum Signs, bearing to the left through several splits. At the base of Allerton Hill, bear left onto Fitzpatrick Way; at the treatment plant/ Cemetery, bear to the Right; 0.3 miles past the Lifesaving Museum, bear right on to Harbor View road, past the Jacobs School to Nantasket Ave. Farina Rd. is across the intersection, up to the left.
Enjoying Events at the Fort
Visitors are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chairs to sit on and dress appropriately for the sometimes cool summer breezes. Movie goers may want to bring a flashlight and insect repellant. Additional parking is available at the Jacobs School on Harborview Road. Picnics are encouraged but Alcohol is not permitted in the park. Events are free of charge unless otherwise noted. All programs will run, weather permitting and the schedule is subject to change. Please contact the park office if you have any questions.
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