Welcome to Scituate
Scituate is a small seacoast community located equidistant from Boston and Plymouth. This desirable town is a great place to raise a family and enjoy summer activities. Residents take pride in a strong educational system. The Town Pier accommodates working fishing fleets, local businesses, and shops. Some of the finest restaurants include Restaurant Oro, Riva Restaurant, Satuit Tavern, and Galley Kitchen & Bar.
For centuries now, the Town Pier has accommodated working fishing fleets — an important part of the local economy — in addition to newer, local businesses and shops. Used as a lookout for invasions during the War of 1812, Scituate’s historically significant lighthouses are well preserved and maintained by the town. Don’t miss learning more about the town’s history at Scituate’s Maritime and Mossing Museum
In August, Scituate’s Heritage Days showcase local and national musicians, artisans, and vendors. This long-standing, annual tradition celebrates Scituate’s founding and history in an engaging and family-friendly event. Wildlife and golf enthusiasts alike will be interested to know that Scituate’s golf club is America’s first Environmental Demonstration course and is designated as an Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary. Welcome to another fabulous New England Coastal town.