Located five miles outside of Boston, Revere attracts sunbathers to its sandy coast. Its namesake beach was the first public beach in the nation, and it continues to make history—Revere hosts New England’s largest annual sand sculpting festival. Leave the seaside and find yourself in comfortable suburbia as Revere’s boardwalk amusements give way to cottages, townhouses, and brick strip malls. As one of Boston’s streetcar suburbs, Revere is accessible by the T.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
The Beach Outside of Boston
Eat at the many ethnic restaurants, beach shacks, or bars nearby... or get to downtown Boston on just a short T ride."
Beachfront Dining with a Retro Twist
Revere Beach was the first public beach in the US when it opened in 1896 [...] there are a lot of events taking place here during the summer time."
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Brian Samuels is a Boston-based lifestyle photographer and writer. He is also the creator of A Thought For Food, a blog of recipes and personal anecdotes pertaining to cooking. His work has been featured in Edible Boston, the Improper Bostonian, the Boston Globe, Saveur and the Huffington Post. This Airbnb project has allowed him to explore and discover more of Boston.