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
Home of man for whom town of Dennis was named; artifacts of maritime and whaling history in 1736 saltbox home; children's... more
Restored 1750 parsonage on 192 acres of historic grounds, with trails and gardens. Fully equipped colonial home with 18th-century furniture and decorative... more
Societies throughout history have generated scholars, artists, writers and thinkers who have raised fundamental questions to better understand and express... more
Four Centuries of Massachusetts Furniture, afirst-time collaboration among eleven museums and cultural institutions throughout the state, will highlight Massachusetts furniture-making,... more
Industrial Revolution Heritage Trail; canal boat rides; and hiking. more
Est. in 1850; best views are from Sandy Beach. No public access. more
Printing has been the predecessor to changes in civilization. Gutenberg's invention of movable type spread religion, improved printing press' fostered... more
The New England Quilt Museum, at the heart of America's textile region, is the only institution in the northeast devoted... more
For three days each summer, this free festival transforms downtown Salem into an opportunity for the arts community to showcase... more
1926 National Historic Landmark, dory fishing Schooner Adventure is being restored as a memorial to Gloucester's fishing industry. This vessel is... more
The serene vista of the Westfield River Valley that inspired one of America's greatest poets. The Homestead's pastoral landscape, largely... more
Discover Roxbury promotes the social, cultural and economic development of Roxbury through guided walking, trolley and bike tours of the... more
First building constructed (1835) for the sole purpose of housing a black public school. Sits next to the African Meeting House... more
Aquinnah Wampanoag 19th house museum. Exhibits, programs, special events that relate traditional, 19th century and contemporary culture and history. more
The Ashley House tells the intertwined stories of the Ashleys and the enslaved African Americans who lived here in the 18... more
University Of Massachusetts Amherst
110 Church St.
46 Joy St.
Epic History: it's all here
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