New Bedford Preservation Society
Architecture Walking Tours (Self Guided)
The New Bedford Preservation Society presents 4 engaging architecture walking tours of some of New Bedford's most picturesque 19th Century neighborhoods (County Street, West of County Street, Kempton's Corner and Acushnet Heights). A lovely way to spend a leisurely summer afternoon, these self guided walking tour brochures may be picked up at… click for more details
This self-guided walking tour highlights various locations on the working waterfront and serves as a companion to the exhibits at the Waterfront Visitor Center (Wharfinger Building) and the information found on the interpretive wayside panels along the route. Map and guide is available at the Waterfront Visitor Center (52 Fisherman's Wharf) and New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park Visitor Center… click for more details
- Rodney French Boulevard
The Blue Lane is a cohesive designation for the city’s waterfront path from the CoveWalk and HarborWalk along the South End peninsula to the planned RiverWalk on the banks of the Acushnet River in the North End. Spanning the shoreline of the city as a signal to residents and tourists of a contiguous set of recreational pathways that allows travel… click for more details
Whaling City Expeditions provides top-notch harbor tours, private charters, mooring rentals, water taxi and launch, landside destinations and great customer support.
All tours depart from City Pier 3 at 228 MacArthur Drive, New Bedford @ the Waterfront Visitor's Center. FREE parking at the pier! Buy your tickets online or right at the boat. Administrative Office & Mailing Address: 13 Hamilton St… click for more details