Hale Farm

Hale Farm
39 Hale Street
Beverly, MA 01915
978-922-1186      

Built in 1694, the John Hale House was home to many generations of the Hale family. It features several later additions, including a 1745 gambrel-roofed ell extension which now contains the main entrance near Hale Street. The property, which was once 100 acres that reached to the ocean, is still a restful green space near downtown Beverly. Reverend Hale was responsible for the establishment of the First Parish Church in Beverly in 1667, and for writing the petition to the Great and General Court separating Beverly from Salem in 1668. Hale's involvement with the Salem Witchcraft trials led him to author his famous analysis "A Modest Inquiry into the Nature of Witchcraft", which is considered a classic of colonial American literature

Hours: 

Open seasonally, please visit Historic Beverly website at www.historicbeverly.net for details.

Admission: 

$5.00 Adults; $4.00 Students/Seniors Children under age 16 are FREE

Flags: 

  • Family Friendly

Categories: 

  • First Period Architecture
  • Weddings
  • Cultural Resources
  • Historic Resources
  • Early Settlement Trail
  • Museums

Property Owner/Organization: 

Historic Beverly
Essex Coastal Scenic Byway
Rail Trail
Rail Trail Trailhead