World’s End is a 251-acre park and conservation area located on a peninsula in Hingham, Massachusetts. The peninsula is bordered by the Weir River to the North and East and Hingham Harbor (part of Hingham Bay, and Boston Harbor) to the West.
The land is composed of four drumlins (Pine Hill, Planter’s Hill, and the double drumlins of World’s End proper) harboring tree groves interspersed with fields attractive to butterflies and grassland-nesting birds, and offers 4.5 miles of walking paths with views of the Boston skyline.
Open Year-round, daily, 8AM to sunset. Allow a minimum of 2 hours.
NOTE: Due to COVID-19, those driving to World’s End must purchase admission via a pre-purchased timed ticket. Members can reserve a ticket for free. The fee per car is $10 on weekdays and $15 on weekends. This ticket provides admission to the property.
Under normal operation:
Trustees members and children: FREE
Nonmember adults: $8 weekend/holiday and $6 weekday
Annual horseback riding permit required. Call for details. Telephone: 781.740.7233 or Gatehouse: 781.740.6665