photo of Peabody Historical Fire Museum from Brooksby Farm, Peabody

View from Brooksby Farm, Peabody

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photo of Brooksby Farm

Brooksby Farm is a 275 acre working farm and conservation area.

 
photo of Cassidy Museum

The Elizabeth Cassidy Folk Art Museum celebrates Peabody's rich cultural legacy and its growing art community.

 
photo of George Peabody Visitor Center

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...

 
photo of Felton House

Built in 1644, the Nathaniel Felton, Sr., House was the first house built on Mount Pleasant (the Brooksby Farm area).

 
photo of Northeast Nursery

Northeast Nursery supplies nursery stock, trees, shrubs, water gardens, fish, stone, masonry, mulch, compost and loam.

 
General photo of Gideon Foster House, Peabody Historical Society Headquarters

The Peabody Historical Society was established by Elizabeth Cheever Osborne in 1896 in order to preserve the heritage of the City of Peabody.

 
logo of Peabody Institute Library Foundation

The Peabody Institute Library is the public library for the City of Peabody.

 
photo of Smith Barn at Brooksby Farm

The Peabody Historical Society's Smith Barn is situated on a picturesque hilltop surrounded by two hundred and fifty acres of orchards and conservation land.