WELCOME TO OUR HOME
Looking to get away? Perkins Cove is anything but, with stunning seaside views for both a lazy stroll or a revitalizing run. Let the path lead you from one sight and smell to the next, all with a breeze from the Atlantic at your side. Don’t forget the iconic view from the Cove’s famed footbridge as sailboats and fishing vessels pass underfoot.
DID YOU KNOW: In the early 20th century, another wave of art and culture came to the Cove with the arrival of two popular tea rooms known for theatrics: the Dancing Fan Tea House and the Whistling Oyster (originally built where Barnacle Billy’s now stands). Both fishermen and artists enjoyed the culture brought to Perkins Cove during this period. The Ice House, built by Hamilton Easter Field to store ice for the fisherman to use, was later converted to a music club and was very popular during the Prohibition Era.