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Historic houses include 1683 Parson Capen House and 1710 Gould Barn, collections include early American artifacts.
Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetable along with other local items.
Come enjoy delicious, handcrafted wines and enjoy the scenery of Massachusetts. You are even invited to help with the grape harvest during September and October.
This history museum is housed in late 17th century Claflin-Richards House. Collections include dolls, toys, minatures, fans, quilts, photographs, manuscripts and more.
Collections include furniture, tools, manuscripts and various historic houses, including the 1792 McIntyre Tea House. Guided tours and lectures available.
This museum contains a collection of maps, photographs, newspapers and other media relating to the growth and development of Salem Village and Danvers.
Red Oak Winery was founded in 2002 on the unique idea of establishing a New England winery that uses 100% Californian grapes. They have outdoor tables to enjoy a glass or bottle...
This museum is the 1678 home of Rebecca Nurse, who was hanged as a witch in 1692. Collections include Massachuetts artifacts from 1650-1780, 17th and 18th century furnishings and...
This history museum contains manuscripts, seafaring artifacts, Indian artifacts, Arthur Wesley Dow paintings and prints, military artifacts and carriages. Guided tours available...
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.
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...