photo of Salisbury Beach by Elizabeth Attardi

Salisbury Beach by Elizabeth Attardi

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photo of Bartlett Farm

This bicentennial farm began in 1657. The 10th generation is presently operating the farm, selling a full line of fruits and vegetables at the farm. They also sell wholesale.

Maria Miles Visitor Center

Since opening in July of 1999, over 2 million travelers have visited this Information Center. Facilities include tourist information, ATM, pay phones, restrooms, and vending machines.

photo of Pettengill Farm

A flower farm of distinction. Pettengill Farm offers nursery stock, perennials, herbs, potted plants, bedding plants, hanging baskets, pumpkins, mini pumpkins, and holiday decorations.

photo of Salisbury Beach State Reservation

Salisbury Beach is one of the state's most popular ocean beaches, stretching 3.8 miles along the Atlantic Ocean.


Salisbury Historical Society Museum features historical maps, flags, documents, furniture, and Civil War memorabilia.

photo of Salisbury Salt Marsh

At the mouth of the Merrimack River, in Salisbury, large expanses of Salt Marsh border the river on its north side, opposite the tidal flats and downtown buildings of Newburyport.