10 Best Cities In Massachusetts- Where Do You Suppose Gloucester Ranked?

The 10 Best Cities in Massachusetts

Thinking about moving to Massachusetts? Now you’ll know which of its cities are the best.

Natalie Grigson

Staff Writer MOVOTO

Massachusetts, the Bay State, is renowned for many things. It has some of the richest history and oldest buildings in the nation; some of our country’s best colleges; and, of course, Boston.

Bean Town is just one city, however, so we wanted to do all Massachusetts residents proud and determine which cities in the state are its very best. It’s the same thing we’ve already done with states like Washington and, a bit closer to home, New Jersey.

Of course, narrowing our selection down to a list of 10 and one winner overall—Marshfield—was not without a certain degree of challenge, but we figured Red Sox and Celtics fans are accustomed enough to dealing with that. When the results were tallied, the 10 best cities in the Bay State emerged:

Click here for the list-

The 10 Best Cities in Massachusetts

 

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6 Responses to 10 Best Cities In Massachusetts- Where Do You Suppose Gloucester Ranked?

  1. Liz says:

    great news!. . . . but did Dunkin Donuts sponsor this poll?

  2. Kim Smith says:

    Wow! Fabulous for Gloucester and we are up there in great company. Just awesome!!!!!!!!!

  3. Vicki says:

    Wahoo! Third :-)

  4. Jenn Cullen says:

    This is awesome! We should have been #1 though! This is why I commute over 50 miles to work each way, Gloucester is the best!

  5. Joe T says:

    Interesting the criteria they chouse for there point system. But they fudged up a little by using different criteria: on Plymouth Founded date but use incorporated date for GLOUCESTER, where as GLOUCESTER was first discovered in 1606 by Samuel DE Champlain and founded by the Dorchester Company in 1623 and formally in incorporated in 1642.

  6. Dave Moore says:

    Well done- Gee just last week I was out on a multiple Donut fatality someone left it on their roof of the car and drove off! :-)

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