The name “breakheart” can be traced back to the Civil War era, when soldiers training at this isolated location found it so lonely, it broke their hearts.
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.
Camp Denison Conservation Area is forty-four acres of conservation land located in the Town of Georgetown, MA.
The Camp Kent Environmental Center (CKEC) is a nature center and 16 -acre parcel of conservation land established by the Town of Amesbury in 1997.
Canaan Farm offers a full selection of different fruits, vegetables, plants, decorations, Christmas trees and food products in a lovely old barn.
The Cape Ann Museum tells multiple stories, all relating to a single remarkable place.
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...
This 1.20 acre park, located off Ocean Avenue on Marblehead Neck, gets its name from the castle-like private home next to the park.