photo of Paine House, Greenwood Farm, Ipswich

Paine House at Greenwood Farm, Ispwich

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photo of Appleton Farm

Appleton Farms is America’s oldest working farm.

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...

photo of Crane Beach Boardwalk

Enjoy the Northeast’s most spectacular beach and follow trails and boardwalks through a landscape of sand dunes and salt marsh.

photo of Paine House

Located on a peninsula on the Ipswich River Estuary, Greenwood Farm comprises pastures, meadow, woodlands, salt marsh, and three tidal islands: Diamond Stage, Widow's, and Homestead.

photo of Hall Haskell House

Located in the center of Ipswich, the Hall Haskell House is officially designated an Essex National Heritage Area Visitor Center.

Hamlin Reservation

Hamlin Reservation's gently rolling fields and marsh meadows - today home to bobolinks and small mammals - were once active farmland.

photo - Heard House Museum

John Heard (1744-1834) was a prominent Ipswich resident. A merchant, he had large dealings in the West Indies and China.

Hood Pond

Hood Pond is an expansive 100-acre pond, nestled in and amongst lush woodlands, wetlands and rushing streams.

Ipswich First Period House and Streetscape Trail

The lasting colonial character of Ipswich is one of the most significant in the country.