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Minute Man National Historical Park: Honor the First Battle of the American Revolution

August 7, 20180 Comments

A mere 30 minutes – give or take depending upon traffic – is all it takes for travelers at city center to transport themselves to the very place where America felt its first pangs of birth as a new nation on April 19th, 1775. Minute Man National Historical Park, 970 acres of land in and […]

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North Bridge Concord – Walk In the Footsteps of Battle of Concord

August 7, 20180 Comments

As the name Concord implies a place of “peace and harmony” but the small town was quite the opposite of that when the British soldiers that General Thomas Gage had sent out on the evening of April 18th, 1775 to seize and destroy suspected military stores and equipment which were thought to be stockpiled in […]

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Beauty in Beverly MA: Long Hill & The Sedgwick Gardens

August 6, 20180 Comments

Travellers who love beautiful gardens and landscapes will find some of the North Shore’s finest are located an easy 5-mile drive away at Long Hill and The Sedgwick Gardens in nearby Beverly, Massachusetts. Today a property of The Trustees of Reservations, from 1916 to 1979 Long Hill was the summer home of Ellery Sedgwick, an […]

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Agawam Diner MA – Slice of History at the Agawam Diner

August 6, 20180 Comments

Care To Order a Piece of Pie With Your Slice of History at the Agawam Diner? Check out here what to eat at Agawam Diner, MA. Who says that history can’t be tasty? If you find yourself wandering north of Salem’s historic Hawthorne Hotel towards Newburyport on Route 1, think about giving yourself the time – […]

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Visit to Hammond Castle Museum 2018-2019, Gloucester (MA)

August 6, 20180 Comments

In addition to visiting Beauport, the beautiful Sleeper-McCann house on Gloucester’s Eastern Point, day-trippers from Salem’s Hawthorne Hotel can also visit another historic home of a completely different sort overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in the Magnolia section of Gloucester where you’ll feel like you’ve journeyed back to the days of fair maidens and chivalrous knights. […]

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Old Sturbridge Village Trek: Bringing New England’s History to Life Since 1946

August 5, 20180 Comments

Welcome to Old Sturbridge Village, one of the country’s oldest and largest living history museums! Depicting early New England life from 1790 to 1840, OSV (as it’s known to its fans) guides visitors back in time with authentically costumed staff known as “history interpreters”, antique buildings, water-powered mills, and even a working farm. Located approximately […]

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Halibut Point State Park Rockport MA Trek 2018-2019

August 5, 20180 Comments

“Haul About” to Halibut Point State Park On the Tip of Cape Ann in Rockport to Learn the History of Granite Quarrying While Enjoying Scenic Vistas. Halibut Point State Park, Rockport, MA 2018-2019 Located at the northernmost tip of Cape Ann, Halibut Point State Park will appeal to historic travelers on several levels with its […]

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Best Things to Do in Rockport MA 2018-2019

August 4, 20180 Comments

Join the Ranks of the Great Explorers and Discover Rockport at the Tip of Massachusetts’ “Other Cape”! Long, long, long (did I say ‘long’??) before Rockport became one of the most picturesque and quaint seaside villages in Massachusetts and easy to get to from the Hawthorne Hotel via either MBTA Commuter Rail or car, it […]

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Best Things to See at the Provincetown Public Library, MA

August 4, 20180 Comments

You’ve Heard of a Ship in a Bottle – How About a Ship in a Library? Yes, we’re talking about the Provincetown Public Library! Check here best things to see at the Provincetown Public Library, MA. Provincetown Public Library, MA If the Pilgrim Monument is the tallest object on Provincetown’s skyline, one of the most stunning […]

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