Welcome to Marshfield
A bustling seaside city full of vibrant culture and activity
Perched in Plymouth County, Marshfield unwinds with a quintessential New England atmosphere. Officially founded in 1640, this city has gone through many evolutions to become the friendly, active area it is today. Complete with miles of public beach, fun and inviting eateries, plus luxury amenities, this neighborhood is perfect for anyone who values community, active lifestyles, and natural seascapes that beautify the whole neighborhood.
Today, Marshfield is home to tree-lined streets and seaside escapes. From its auspicious beginnings to its flourishing present, it has remained dedicated to its residents and vibrant with opportunity. Attractive home architecture adds to the surrounding beauty, as locals stroll past new homes built by well-renowned residential architects as well as through neighborhoods of historic homes in Colonial, Georgian, and other styles. Between its great community and natural beauty, Marshfield is a city built for everyone.
Things to Love
- Historic atmosphere and museums
- Gorgeous public beaches
- Marinas and ample water access
- Strong, friendly sense of community
- Lined by picture-perfect salt marshes and natural scenery
- Full of fun fairs, events, and festivals
Home to just over 25,000 people, Marshfield is large enough to provide great amenities and luxuries for its population, but small enough to maintain that sparse suburban ambiance. With small-town charm and neighborly communities, locals enjoy a relaxed, fun city full of activity. Planning to watch the game is simple, thanks to cheerful pubs and sports bars. Celebrating lifes’ occasions has never been easier due to Marshfield’s upscale options. Plus, since the city is right on the water, there is never a shortage of outdoor options. In the summer, watch as the beach comes to life with individuals, couples, and families enjoying the breathtaking views and the not-too-cold waves. With annual events throughout the year and local museums, plus art and culture options, Marshfield offers everything you’d need and then some.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
Boutiques, brand favorites, even sweet-smelling florists: Marshfield has it all. Add in a plethora of great eateries and fine restaurants, and you’ve got a town that cares about its residents.
Thanks to Roht Marine’s
marina-side seating and unbeatable cuisine, this restaurant has some of the most beautiful views around. Enjoy seafood while gazing at the shimmering water. A superb culinary experience awaits at E2 Kitchen & Bar
, which calls itself a “response to our times.” With classic New England dishes, seafood, and more, this restaurant prides itself on offering only the best.
Haddad’s Ocean Cafe
offers lunch, dinner, and even take-out. With delightful seafood and extensive menus, there’s always something delicious to try. The Point
is located exactly where the name suggests: at the point of the pier. Being perched on the town pier allows for great views and interesting scenery, as it is active with boating all year long. Along with these unique surroundings, The Point boasts a wide array of menu items, from hot wings to traditional crab cakes.
Things to Do
From summer festivals to museums and art galleries, there’s never a shortage of activity in Marshfield. Grab a ticket to an upcoming show or take the whole family for a trip to one of the area’s historic homes for a fun weekend.
With a huge array of incredible pieces from all sorts of local artists, the annual North River Arts Society
is always a hit. For music rather than visual art, look no further than Levitate
, a grassroots live music festival that features reggae, folk, indie, rock, and more. The Marshfield Fair
is yet another great way to spend time as a family or with friends. Held every year, this festival has everything, from rides to food stands to prizes.