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The National Park Service Regional Visitor Center in Salem is an official Visitor Center for the Essex National Heritage Area.
Explore the birthplace of the American iron and steel industry at Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site - a reconstruction of the ﬁrst successful, integrated iron works in the New World. On...
Nestled in a friendly and intimate setting overlooking the Merrimack River, the Buttonwoods Museum, home of the Haverhill Historical Society, offers a journey into Haverhill's past.
The Newburyport Custom House Maritime Museum was designed by architect Robert Mills, who also designed such historical buildings as the Washington Monument.
The George Peabody Birthplace & Library celebrates the life of the well-known international merchant, financier, and benefactor of numerous philanthropies, both in the United States and in...
Located in the center of Ipswich, the Hall Haskell House is officially designated an Essex National Heritage Area Visitor Center.
Located at the southern entrance to the Beverly Arts District, the 1781 John Cabot House is a museum of Beverly history and the headquarters of Historic Beverly. It was home to merchant ship-...
A restored boarding house with two floors of interactive exhibits tells the tale of Lawrence, one of the nation's first planned industrial cities.
Located in the heart of the Downtown Lynn Cultural District, the Museum is dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and promoting the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Lynn.