Webb Memorial is the perfect spot for picnicking under the pavilion or watching the boats sail by while lounging by the water.
End of public ferry season: As of October 9, regular public ferry service to the Boston Harbor Islands has ended for the season. Visit the calendar page for information about off-season cruises and programs.
Bright, pink blossoms add to the charm and beauty of Webb Memorial, especially during springtime. The location was once used as a campsite by Native Americans and later became the location where the U.S. Government housed NIKE missiles in underground silos. Both beautiful and picturesque, visitors can enjoy views of Slate and Grape Island and view the Grape Island Alarm Memorial. Come enjoy an island-view picnic or take a relaxing stroll along the dog-friendly walking trails.