Salem Wax Museum - This compelling presentation immerses you in the sights and sounds of a century of Salem's tragedies and triumphs. You'll experience the terror of the witch trials of 1692 and share the daring exploits of bold seafarers as they brave the dangers of life on the high seas.

Salem Witch Village - Enter the Salem Witch Village and take a journey back in time to discover both the myths and facts surrounding the subject of Witchcraft.

Old North Church - It was from the steeple of the Old North Church that the two lanterns closely associated with Paul Revere were hung by Robert Newman, Church sexton, on April 18, 1775, igniting the War for Independence and leading to the birth of our Nation.

House of Seven Gables - Explore New England's oldest mansion, climb the secret staircase, learn about the people who made this house their home, and see the seven-gabled house that inspired Nathaniel Hawthorne to write his famous novel.

America's Stonehenge - Built by a native American culture or a migrant European population? No one knows for sure. A maze of man-made chambers, walls and ceremonial meeting places, America's Stonehenge is one of the oldest man-made construction in the United States. (over 4000 years old).

Franklin General Store - Enter Franklin's General Store and step back in time to when the general store was known for sturdy merchandise at good prices. Taste the aged Vermont Cheddar Cheese, play with wooden toys, pick out delicious jellies and preserves, and try on a flannel nightshirt. At Franklin's General Store you can watch the fudge being made right before your eyes!

Creepy Little Stories - Frighteningly funny childrens' stories written by the mysterious "Madame M". Creepy Little Bedtime Stories, Eerie Little Bedtime Stories, tee-shirts and more!

Historic Deerfield Museum - Historic Deerfield's Museum Store is open throughout the year selling museum reproductions, American crafts, jewelry, and gifts for all occasions. A bookshop features 3000 titles on art, history, architecture and craft. A children's book section offers books for young readers of all ages.

Custom House Maritime Museum - The Custom House Maritime Museum in Newburyport is officially designated an Essex National Heritage Area Visitor Center. As such, in addition to giving information about Newburyport's history, the Custom House Maritime Museum also provides information on resources in the towns of Amesbury, Salisbury, and Newbury, as well as general information about the Essex National Heritage Area.

Mystic Seaport Museum - Make the connection for yourself. Take part in all three Mystic Seaport adventures - the bustling 19th-century village of tall ships and historic buildings, exhibit galleries brimming with the culture of seafaring lives, and a unique shipyard where the nearly lost art of wooden shipbuilding endures - to find out how the sea has touched you, your family and our nation.

Battleship Cove - For over thirty years, Battleship Massachusetts has welcomed visitors of all ages. Our historic naval ships, military exhibits, and related memorabilia tell the stories of brave sailors and their proud fighting days long ago. Walk where these sailors fought, man the guns they used to defend our freedom, or try on a Navy bunk for size!

Old Sturbridge Village - Everywhere you look, costumed "Villagers" are going about their daily chores. The blacksmith is hammering links in a chain; the farmer is yoking his oxen; the printer's wife is baking bread in a beehive oven; and the kids are playing "rounders" near the Common. It's just another day in a small New England community -- of the 1830s! Old Sturbridge Village, the largest history museum in the Northeast, is located in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. The museum re-creates the daily work activities and community celebrations of a rural 19th-century town in authentic -- living history -- fashion. It's fun to dwell in the past!

Heritage New Hampshire - Welcome to 1634 England. Board the good ship Reliance, and get ready for a turbulent voyage across the Atlantic to the New World. Prepare to travel through time! It's fascinating and fun...and if Webster had seen it... "Involve-aroundings" would actually be a word! Tour our website and visit us "live" this summer... You'll no doubt forget what time it is!

Pilgrim Monument Museum - Walk to the top of the Pilgrim Monument and delight in the panoramic view of Cape Cod Bay and Provincetown Harbor, including the sand dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Dedicated in 1910 to commemorate the first landing of the Pilgrims in Provincetown on November 21, 1620,the Pilgrim Monument is the tallest all-granite structure in the United States.

Pirates Cove Adventure Golf - Meet the challenge, discover the fun! At Pirate's Cove enjoy Adventure Golf in a fun-filled setting of lavish landscaping and delightful pirate themes. Putt your way through mountain caves, over footbridges, and under waterfalls as you enjoy the finest Adventure Golf in the country. Test your putting skills on Blackbeard's Challenge Course, Captain Kidd's Adventure or The Original Course, while you explore the wonderful and mysterious hideout of pirates!

U.S.S. Constitution Museum - The USS Constitution Museum brings to life the stories of the individuals who authorized, built, served on and preserved USS Constitution. Old Ironsides is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world. Her history is rich and colorful and 200 years strong -- from fighting Barbary pirates on the "shores of Tripoli" to winning famous victories during the War of 1812, the USS Constitution Museum brings her tale alive through its collection of 3,000 original artifacts and art work and through hands-on activities.

Expedition Whydah - Commanded by the pirate Sam Bellamy, the Whydah was wrecked off Cape Cod in 1717 by a howling nor'easter. She went to her grave with 144 men--and treasures from over fifty captured vessels aboard! Quickly swallowed up by the hungry sands of the "Graveyard of the Atlantic", the whereabouts of the Whydah's treasures remained a mystery for centuries.

 
 



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