The Derby Street Historic District runs from Herbert Street north to Blockhouse Square. It also includes the House of the Seven Gables on Turner Street.
Derby Wharf Light Station has aided navigation in Salem Harbor since it was first lit in 1871.
Located on Ocean Avenue just before the causeway, Marblehead's most popular beach offers more than five acres of sand, picnic tables, pavilions and playgrounds, plus a nearby restaurant and...
Originally settled in 1693 because its rocky, inland location offered protection from pirates and enemy natives, this abandoned settlement called Dogtown is one of the Essex National Heritage Area...
Built around 1715, with materials salvaged from an earlier structure, the Dole-Little House was constructed for Richard Dole, a cattleman.
The sanctuary provides amazing coastal vistas from the parking area and is a hot spot for butterflies and seabirds at particular times of the year.
The Elihu Thomson House is a National Historic Landmark, built in 1889, and formerly home to prolific inventor Elihu Thomson.
The Elizabeth Cassidy Folk Art Museum celebrates Peabody's rich cultural legacy and its growing art community.
Endicott Park encompasses 165 acres, and is home to some of the most unique and varied recreational land on the North Shore.