Incorporated in 1635, Hingham is one of the oldest towns in America and is one of the most well-rounded and well-known towns on the south shore. Hingham holds a significant Naval history, playing a prominent role in the building of ships during World War II. From the beautiful, historical buildings and homes that line Main Street to Hingham Harbor and Wompatuck State Park’s natural beauty, there is a lot to take in here. Located just 8 miles southeast of Boston, the commute into the city is easy, whether by boat, train, or car.
Scituate is a small, oceanside town located equidistant between Boston and Plymouth. This small town offers a wonderful mix of rural, suburban, and seaside lifestyles.