The Quincy Quarry and Granite Workers Museum was founded in 2008 to preserve the rich granite history of Quincy and surrounding... more
Experience life in rural Salem Village on 27 beautiful acres! The 1678 home of Rebecca Nurse and her family has been period... more
Built by the glacier and blessed by indigenous tribes who hunted and worshiped here, the cave-like shelter and its surroundings... more
Celebrating our 11th summer season! RUDD ART MUSEUM "A Chapel for Humanity" The chapel has been created by... more
For three days each summer, this free festival transforms downtown Salem into an opportunity for the arts community to showcase... more
From the Orientation Center, National Park Service rangers will take you on tours of Friendship, Salem's own three-masted tall ship;... more
Scargo Tower began as a tourist observatory in 1874. Made of wood, it was destroyed in a gale two years later.... more
Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts and the surrounding area is... more
Founded to provide environmental educational programs, to promote organic agriculture, traditional crafts and cultural events. The Homestead hosts a Harvest... more
The Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm is a family-friendly site with activities for visitors of all ages. The 230-acre site includes a late... more
A 90-minute SPIRIT filled tour along the Freedom Trail through the charming gas lit streets and spooky historical sites of... more
Springfield Armory National Historic Site commemorates and preserves the history of our Nations first armory, established in 1794. Managed together with... more
The Stevens-Coolidge Place is a wonderful example of "the country place," when rural retreats were designed as places... more
The Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives is a vibrant center of community life in Stockbridge. The organization serves the needs... more
Hike through forested trails and visit the site of a former lead mine used by Native Americans and, later, European... more
When you were a kid, did you take stuff apart just to find out what was inside? Today's stuff is... more
Built in 1881 by noted architect Henry Hobson Richardson - who also designed Boston's famed Trinity Church - the Thomas Thomas... more
Thoreau Farm is the Birthplace of Henry David Thoreau. The beautifully renovated 18th-century house is open Sat. and Sun. May... more
Est. in 1838. Grounds open only. more
Trinity Church is a masterpiece of American architecture. Dedicated in 1877, Trinity presented a bold, fresh new face and feeling for... more
1418 Hancock Street
149 Pine St.
82 Summer St.
265 Essex Street
193 Derby St.
Scargo Hill Road
75 Bridge Street
46 Soule Street
5 Little's Lane
26 Prospect St
One Armory Sq.
139 Andover St.
46 Main Street
Po Box 119
289 Moody Street
40 Washington Street
341 Virginia Road
Ocean View Dr.
206 Clarendon Street
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