World's End

Hingham, MA

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Description: At World's End, the bay views on the hilly peninsula merit the fee charged to non-members. Its drumlin hills, deposited by glaciers, are moderately steep. A merry yet peaceful place, many visitors bring their dogs to enjoy the carriage paths designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. Its highest point is 140 feet. Please see the website for current fee information.

Climb: moderate

Bicycle-friendly Notice: There are some restrictions in bringing a bicycle on the T. More Information

Dog-friendly Notice: Service dogs are permitted on the MBTA at all times. Otherwise, dogs are not permitted during peak hours. Peak hours run from 7-10am and 4-7pm on weekdays. More Information

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Map of MBTA-friendly Entrance for World's End