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This history museum is housed in an 1835 schoolhouse. Collections include tools, photographs, archives and memorabilia related to shipbuilding.
The winery began in 1988 with traditional New England hard ciders in three flavors: Dry, Sweet, and Slightly Sweet. They now offer Sparkling Cider, Perry and Cider/Perry. They...
This decorative arts museum contains 18th and 19th century Manchester made furniture and photographs. Guided tours and lectures available.
This history museum contains manuscripts, seafaring artifacts, Indian artifacts, Arthur Wesley Dow paintings and prints, military artifacts and carriages. Guided tours available...
This historic building and museum is a 1928 castle built in the style of roman, medieval and renaissance periods. See the pipe organ that contains over 8600 pipes, early American...
This history museum is housed in late 17th century Claflin-Richards House. Collections include dolls, toys, minatures, fans, quilts, photographs, manuscripts and more.
This Georgian style house was built in 1782 for Judith Sargent Murray, an early American philosopher. Collections include early New England furniture, decorative and fine art....
This history, art and maritime museum contains paintings, drawings and sculptures by Cape Ann artists. A 19th century Gloucester waterfront diorama with schooner models is on...
This historic house is a 40 room cottage overlooking the Gloucester Harbour. Collections include decorative arts from Europe, America and the Orient.
This art gallery is housed in a c1870 barn and contains art work from contemporary and US artists. Picnic area available.
This art center contains works of art from Cape Ann, Massachuetts artists, paintings, photographs, sculpture, and graphics. Don't miss the 1787 Old Tavern, a historic house.
Collections include an old English garden, furnishings, toys, ice cutting equipment and more. Two historic houses on site, 1677 Platt-Bradstreet House and 1830 shoe shop.
Collections of decorative art, portraits, maritime and military artifacts.
Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetable along with other local items.
Historic houses include 1683 Parson Capen House and 1710 Gould Barn, collections include early American artifacts.
This museum is housed in the 1832 Sewall-Scripture House and 1715 The Old Castle. Collections include local history, Dogtown relics, archaeology, furniture manuscripts and more.