photo of Paine House, Greenwood Farm, Ipswich

Paine House at Greenwood Farm, Ispwich

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1634 meadery

1634 Meadery produces mead (honey-wine) using honey and fruit from Massachusetts farmers.  Providing education to the public on bees, wine making and mead, the winery also has a small tasting room...


The quaintest place in all New England!

photo of Appleton Farm

Appleton Farms is America’s oldest working farm.

Arbor Inn Motel

Arbor Inn is situated among woods and wildlife offering peaceful serenity which is protected by wetlands. Beautiful crane beach with miles of pristine sand is just a short drive away.

photo of Baker Sutton House

The Baker-Sutton House was built in 1725 and displays late First Period to Second Period Georgian architectural elements.

photo from Bike New England

Bike New England hosts the Road Scholar bicycle tour of the Massachusetts North Shore based in historic Ipswich Massachusetts.

photo of Bittersweet Farm

Bittersweet Farm is a newly established farm that sells blackberries, rhubarb, cut flowers, perennials, blueberries, herbs, potted plants, jellies/jams, vinegars/dressings and alpacas at Ipswich,...

photo of Crane Estate

Castle Hill is the centerpiece of the spectacular 2,100 acre Crane Estate - one of the region's most scenic, historically important, and ecologically diverse landscapes owned and managed by The...

Choate Bridge Pub

Located in historic downtown Ipswich, MA, we offer delicious food in a comfortable, friendly environment.

Clam Box

Built in 1938 by Mr Dick Greenleaf, this unique structure and our food have been featured in many magazines and television shows including Yankee, Gourmet, US Airways, The food network and WCVB...