Marshfield (Massachusetts)

Marshfield is a town on the South Shore of Massachusetts in Plymouth County. It includes the villages of Brant Rock, Green Harbor, Ocean Bluffs, North Marshfield, and Marshfield Hills. It is best known as the home of Daniel Webster an important national political figure from 1832 until his death in 1852. He was also known as "the farmer of Marshfield." Marshfield has a yearly population of 25,000 people which grows to about 40,000 during the summer because of its location on the coast.

Get in

Marshfield is on Route 3. From Boston go south on Interstate 93, then south on Route 3.

The MBTA has stops in North Scituate and greenbush (town next to marshfield.) South Station to Greenbush one way for adults $6.75 South Station to North Scituate one way adults $6.25 Children under 12 free with an adult.

Get around

Taxi, Traveler Transportation 781-834-1900

See

Do

Beaches

Shop

Eat

Lunch/Dinner

Breakfast

Dessert

Drink

Sleep

Bed and Breakfast

Go next

Routes through Marshfield

Boston Scituate  N  S  Duxbury Plymouth
Stoughton Hanover  W  E  Duxbury Ends at


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