Travel Photos of the New Bedford, MA,
The New Bedford Whaling District features some amazing historical preservation (photo by Eric H.)
Article and photos by Eric H.
Enjoy the following New Bedford Whaling District photos:
A glimpse of the sea beyond the old cobblestone streets...
A half-scale replica of a New Bedford whaling boat, featured at the New Bedford Whaling Museum...
And quite an awesome whale skeleton scene from the second floor of the Whaling Museum!
They just don't make cities like this anymore, so it's nice when neighborhoods like this are so well-preserved.
Freestone's City Grill, a highly-regarded and beloved local restaurant with fresh-off-the-boat seafood. Freestone's is charmingly housed in a former bank built in 1877.
The Whaling District can get a bit hilly --all the much better for a good workout!
The Whaling District is certainly bustling these days, and features unique shops and a different style of architecture everywhere you look. Love the street lights, too!
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