This is the first home Mary Baker Eddy, discoverer and founder of Christian Science, owned. Mrs. Eddy purchased the Italianate style house at 8 Broad Street in 1875.
The former Moseley family estate on the Merrimack River, this park features 19th century gardens and plantings, rolling meadows, towering pines, and one of the largest naturally-occurring stands...
Motif No. 1, located on Bradley Wharf in Rockport, is a fishing shack well known to students of art and art history as one of the most often-painted buildings in America.
The Narbonne House is a non-restored example of First Period architecture continuously occupied by the same family from 1750 until it was given to the National Park Service in 1963.
An island surrounded by salt marsh, Nelson Island is essentially a hayfield, mowed annually, with a dirt road along the south side and a narrow band of trees and shrubs on the north side.
Covering 380 acres, including 27 buildings from 1650 to 1924, Newbury's National Historic District is centered around a pre-Revolutionary Common.
Located on the Merrimack River, the Downtown Newburyport Cultural District is a charming, old-fashioned historical area offering an eclectic blend of arts, entertainment, dining, shopping, and...
Newburyport's Powder House Park & Learning Center features a restored c. 1822 powder house.