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Agassiz Rock

Ascend a small hill to where a massive granite monolith left by the last glacier juts into the sky, then pass a swamp where another huge boulder has sat as silent witness for millennia.

 
Coolidge Reservation

Perched on the peninsula known as Coolidge Point in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Coolidge Reservation showcases an unusual variety of natural settings in a relatively small area.

 
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Significance: This house was built in 1720, probably by Samuel Lee, housewright. It would have had only two stories originally, with two rooms upstairs, two down, and a south-facing entrance.

 
Manchester Village Historic District

The Manchester Village Historic District, in Manchester, is 39 acres in size, located on Route 127 in the center of town, in a rough arc around the head of the town's harbor.

 
Seaside No. 1 Firehouse Museum

Constructed in 1885 to house Seaside No.

 
Singing Beach

The singing sound of one's footsteps as they walk across the beach was the inspiration for this beach's unique name.Singing Beach is conveniently located within walking distance of the MBTA's...

 
Trask House (and Manchester Historical Museum)

The Trask House was built in 1823 by local businesswoman Abigail Hooper, who ran a thriving general store on the property.

 
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Significance: Built before 1675 and sometimes referred to as "the fourth oldest house in town", this dwelling does have the south-facing entrance.