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The “Other Rides” of Paul Revere

While Paul Revere is best known for his one midnight ride on the eve of the Revolutionary War, he actually made a number of other rides as a messenger for patriot groups, including trips to Philadelphia, New York, and Hartford. These trips varied in length and in urgency, and also vary in how much information […]

“Colors of Beverly” Closing Reception and Awards

Cabot House 117 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA, United States

Please join us to celebrate all the artists who participated in this year's show.  Last day to purchase art from the show is Saturday, June 1. Free and open to all.

Opening Day

SAVE THE DATE! Join us as we celebrate opening day as the Cabot House, Hale Farm and the Balch House open for our Summer  season with free admission. Gentile Brewing Company will be at Hale Farm 1:00 - 5:00 pm, we'll be showing off our new exhibit at the Cabot House, and special tours of […]

Reading Frederick Douglass Together

Hale Farm 39 Hale Street, Beverly, MA, United States

Nathan Richardson returns as Frederick Douglass this year for our annual Reading Frederick Douglass Together event at Hale Farm. This community reading of Frederick Douglass’s powerful speech, “What to the American Slave is the Fourth of July?” is a program that aims to foster dialogue and reflection on the themes of freedom, equality, and justice. […]

Prospect Hill Walking Tour

Explore the general history of the hill from Nathan Dane to the development of a residential neighborhood in the 1890s, discussing various characters and buildings in-between! This tour will focus on the Nichols Field area of the hill (encompassing Pickett, McKinley, Columbus, Harrison, and Pierce) as well as Prospect Street. 1/2 mile $10; free for […]

Free – $10.00

Lothrop Street Walking Tour

Six blocks of Lothrop Street between Central and Ives Streets are lined with 19th and 20th century houses built by Beverly’s prosperous merchants. This residential neighborhood combines ready access to the downtown with an ocean view, and an almost suburban separation from the noise and crowding of working class and industrial neighborhoods on the west […]

Free – $10.00

Rantoul’s Beverly Walking Tour

Robert Rantoul was one of Beverly’s most accomplished, dedicated, and interesting citizens; because of that, he was chosen to welcome the Marquis de Lafayette when he visited Beverly. Rantoul was involved in a variety of social organizations in Beverly and held multiple political positions as well. He served in the town militia and eventually became […]

Free – $10.00

Old Planters Reunion

Tentative schedule: Friday, October 4 Explore the Massachusetts State Archives John Warner, Archivist of the Commonwealth Learning from Historic Maps Staff of the Norman B. Leventhal Map and Education Center Networking Dinner    Fox’d and Fuddled: The History of Colonial Drinking The raucous and rakish Ambrose Gosling will entertain you! 21+ Priced separately Saturday, October […]

Get Tickets $80.00 – $350.00