Revere Beach, Popular Destination in Boston Massachusetts

Located at about 4 km north of downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Revere Beach was once known as the Coney Island of New England is a public beach that became one of the attractions of the city, where public facilities easily found around the beach area. Since founded in 1896 this place became the preferred area to become the country’s landscape, and in 2003 this place is designated as a National Historic Landmark. Revere Beach in Massachusetts is known as the Sandcastle Festival held in July. After experiencing a long history, this place has a lot of renovation and revitalization, particularly in facilities such as hotels, restaurants and other public facilities such as public parking. If you want to experience an unforgettable beach vacation with your family or partner, you can visit the Revere Beach, swimming, sunbathing, or just relax in three-mile long Revere beach is what is known from this coast, in addition to walking and bike around the beach area. There are many other outdoor activities can be found at Revere. Image via 1, 2, 3