The official starting point is at Easton’s Beach, where you can find parking, restrooms, and snacks.
Use a GPS-based app to listen to the history and anecdotes of the cliff walk and the mansions.
The first two-thirds of the walk are paved and easy, but the last third is rocky and rugged.
There are no water fountains or vending machines along the walk, so pack your own refreshments.
Some of the mansions are still privately owned and occupied, so be courteous and keep your distance.
A stone staircase that leads to a platform overlooking the ocean, where servants used to dance and socialize.
You can buy tickets to tour the interiors of these architectural wonders, or admire them from the outside.
The last stop of the walk is a sandy beach where you can relax and enjoy the golden hour.
You can catch a trolley, a bus, or a ride-share service from the end of the walk to your destination.
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