Photos: New England's "Other" Capes Take a tour of the spectacular spits of land jutting out into the Atlantic north of Boston. Budget Travel Thursday, May 30, 2013, 12:00 PM Cape Ann, Mass., has been home to bustling fishing ports since the 17th century. (Berthold Steinhilber / Laif / Redux Pictures) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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Photos: New England's "Other" Capes

Take a tour of the spectacular spits of land jutting out into the Atlantic north of Boston.

  • Cape Ann
  • Lobsters
  • Rocky Neck
  • whoopie pies
  • Blue Shutters Inn
  • Lighthouse

Cape Ann, Mass., has been home to bustling fishing ports since the 17th century.

(Berthold Steinhilber / Laif / Redux Pictures)

The Lobster Shack's main attraction.

(Herb Swanson / The New York Times / Redux Pictures)

Rocky Neck, home to a thriving art scene.

(E.J. Lefavour / Khan Studio)

Iconic New England whoopie pies.

(Lynn.Gardner / Flickr)

Gloucester's iconic blue shutters.

(Courtesy Blue Shutters Inn)

Cape Neddick's "Nubble" lighthouse has shone a distinctive red light since 1879.

(Ocean / Corbis)
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