Explore Worlds End
Overlooking Hingham Harbor, Worlds End offers many compelling reasons to visit. Miles of trails along this sizable peninsula—the largest property in Boston Harbor Islands—are available for nature study, cross-country skiing, and (by permission) horseback riding.
Take in landscape plantings and roads planned by legendary Frederick Law Olmsted, noted 19th-century landscape architect. It’s a great chance to see how planned landscapes evolve over time. See rocky beaches, ledges, cliffs, salt marsh, and freshwater marsh. Walkers, hikers, birders, and others will find plenty to do at Worlds End.
This is a mainland peninsula—to get here, take your car or bicycle down Martins Lane in Hingham. There is a small parking fee.
This peninsula of Boston Harbor Islands national park area is managed by The Trustees of Reservations