Introduction to Hull, Massachusetts
Hull, Massachusetts, in Plymouth county, is 5 miles N of Weymouth, Massachusetts and 8 miles SE of Boston, Massachusetts. Part of the surrounding Boston metro area, Hull is home to some 11,050 residents.
The area that is known as Hull today was first settled in the year 1622. The Massachusetts tribe that lived here called the area "Nantasket." The town was officially incorporated in the year 1644 and during that time it was renamed "Hull." The early industries in the region included fishing, trade and salvaging shipwrecks.
Hull and nearby Attractions
- Hull Lifesaving Museum
- Nantasket Beach
- Museum of Science
- Town of Hull Playground
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Hull Chamber of Commerce
Things To Do In Hull
Nantasket Beach is one of the must-visit places in Hull. You can either enjoy sports like football, fishing, rafting, surfing and kayaking; or just laze around and enjoy watching the lovely sunset. One can hit the parks with friends to relax or enjoy a picnic. Hull also boasts of a vibrant nightlife with some really good night bars and theaters.
Boston Logan International is the airport that serves the city.
Hull Higher Education
The college that serves the city is Quincy college.