Located in the cradle of our nation’s history, Wylie Center & Tupper Manor at Endicott College sit on Boston’s North Shore, home to 30 miles of New England coastline. Here, you’re invited to explore everything from maritime heritage and the scenic sights at Cape Ann to pirate treasures and historic Salem, the site of the 1692 witch trials.
From our region’s quintessential activities – the Cape Ann Whale Watch, Adventures at Yankee Fleet, and the Salem Trolley, among them – to our local museums, including the House of Seven Gables, the Lighthouse Preservation Society, and the Salem Witch Museum… And then, there are our golf and tennis clubs, sporting events, and more. Explore the North Shore!
Stretch your legs and travel with your tastebuds, as you sip, savor, and relish your way up and down the coast. Boston’s North Shore restaurants treat you to a variety of cuisines, locations, and choices – from friendly taverns and casual taquerias to oyster bars and waterfront dining. We’re serving up something to please every palate!
Earmark a few hours to explore the picturesque, oceanfront campus of Endicott College, which was founded as a women’s college in 1939 and named for John Endicott, an early overseer of Harvard University and the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Today, we are proud to partner with their hospitality program and to welcome our guests at the Wylie Inn, once a college residence hall.