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Historic Sites

Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site
Saugus, Massachusetts

Three hundred year old artifacts, working waterwheels, and mill machinery help to tell

Springfield Armory National Historic Site
Springfield, Massachusetts

Begin your visit to the site of the nation’s first (& last) armory by finding the g

The Beverly Historical Society
Beverly, Massachusetts

Founded in 1891, the Beverly Historical Society chronicles over 300 years of history si

The Mount: Edith Wharton's Estate and Gardens
Lenox, Massachusetts

This classical revival house represents the only full expression we have of Wharton's a

Thornton W. Burgess Museum
Sandwich, Massachusetts

The Thornton Burgess Museum is located in the Deacon Eldred house on historic Shawme Po

U.S.S. Constitution Museum
Boston, Massachusetts

This naval museum is dedicated to the USS Constitution, the oldest warship still in com

USS Constitution
Charlestown, Massachusetts

Nicknamed "Old Ironsides," the oldest warship still in commission first launched in 179

Ventfort Hall
Lenox, Massachusetts

Ventfort Hall is an imposing Elizabethan-style mansion built in 1893 for Sarah Morgan,

Wahconah Park
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Wahconah Park still has a wooden grandstand, a ra

Walden Pond State Reservation
Concord, Massachusetts

Henry David Thoreau lived at Walden Pond from July 1845 to September 1847 and his exper

Wayside Inn
Sudbury, Massachusetts

What began as an extension of David Howe's family home in 1716, the Inn has thrived thr

Whittier Home
Amesbury, Massachusetts

The Whittier Home was always occupied by the Whittier Family until purchased by the Whi

William Cullen Bryant Homestead
Cummington, Massachusetts

Purchased in 1789 by Ebenezer Snell, Bryant's grandfather, the Homestead and its surrou

William Dean Howells House
St. Augustine, Massachusetts

The famous pioneer of literary realism, William Dean, stayed at this house in the winte