Photo from the "Soles of Haverhill" public art event, Havehill

"Soles of Haverhill," downtown Haverhill

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photo of Buttonwood Museum

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.

photo of Fay's Farm Crew

Fay Farm offers PYO and retail apples, peaches, squash, mini pumpkins, candied apples, cider and caramel corn.

Goddard Hay Farm

This farm sells hay, straw, mulch, and manure.

Hansen's Tree Farm

Three generations of Hansen's, dating back to 1935, have operated Hansen's Tree farm. On site is a old farm house from 1775.

photo of Haverhill Library

The Haverhill Public Library is a private nonprofit organization whose mission is to serve the cultural, social, and community needs of a diverse population by providing global access to...


Thomas Whittier, the pioneer, chose wisely in selecting the site of the homestead when he acquired 148 acres of land beside a brook which could furnish sufficient water for his farm needs and turn...

photo of the Museum of Printing

Dedicated to preserving the history of the graphic arts, graphic design, printing equipment and printing craftsmanship, The Museum of Printing holds the most extensive collection of materials and...

kids play at a riverfront festival

Creative minds from the past and present collide in Haverhill’s Riverfront Cultural District.

Rocks Village Historic District

Rocks Village, in Haverhill's East Parish, was settled circa 1643. A ferry was established soon after.

Srybny Farms

Srybny Farms was purchased by the Srybny family in 1917 and has been handed down 3 generations, soon to be a 4th!