The Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm is a family-friendly site with activities for visitors of all ages. The 230-acre site includes a late... more
A geologic wonder, the Cobble was born from massive tectonic movements that shifted ancient strata, leaving an exposed underbelly of... more
Trails link three major hills - Shrub, Boston, and Holt - and looking out from their summits you can see... more
This southeastern corner of Martha's Vineyard is undergoing dramatic change due to the seismic currents which are re-shaping this coastal... more
First building constructed (1835) for the sole purpose of housing a black public school. Sits next to the African Meeting House... more
Replica of Pilgrim-Dutch trading post; windmill; 17th-century herb and wildflower gardens; Native American artifacts; picnic area. Salt works, Gray Gables... more
Aquinnah Wampanoag 19th house museum. Exhibits, programs, special events that relate traditional, 19th century and contemporary culture and history. more
This 17th century home represents one of Beverly's first settlers, John Balch. He may have lived in a crude early... more
Harvard to life through entertaining and educationaIt is the mission of Cambridge Historical Tours to bring the history of Cambridge... more
Sea captain's house 8 rooms fully furnished provide a glimpse into 19th century life. more
Built in 1808 by shipmaster Gershom Bradford, the house belonged to four generations of seafaring Bradfords before the last generation gave... more
Extensive collection of American folk art including primitive paintings, Shaker boxes, painted furniture, and redware. more
A weekend of Dickens talks, performances, and workshops mixed with the beautiful autumn in New England. Visit historic Salem &... more
Since 1961, Essex County Greenbelt has been working to protect the farmland, wildlife habitat and scenic landscapes for the benefit of... more
Founded by James F.D. Garfield in 1892, the Fitchburg Historical Society is an independent non-profit that was created to collect,... more
Framingham History Center more
Four self-guided trails through America's first seaport. Call for map or pick one up at Stage Fort Park Information Center. more
Explore the history of Harwich in this historic former school building featuring an exhibit on the famed bird carver A.... more
46 Joy St.
24 Aptucxet Rd.
80 Parallel St.
Epic History: it's all here
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