Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial (also known as: “Man at the Wheel” statue or “Fishermen’s Memorial Cenotaph”) is a historic memorial built in 1925. It is an 8-foot-tall (2.4 m), bronze statue of a fisherman dressed in oilskins standing braced at the wheel on the sloping deck of his ship.
One of the largest private collection of medieval armor and artifacts in New England. Located right on the coast with wonderful view of the ocean below. They do a self guided tour so you are free to roam the property and the castle itself.