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Ellis Square Walking Tour

Join us for this walking tour of Ellis Square and the surrounding area which will offer insight into the hidden history of Beverly and introduce you to its key events, […]

Free – $10.00

Opening Day at Hale and Balch!

Join us as we celebrate opening day as Hale Farm and the Balch House open for our Summer  season with free admission at all three sites. A Park for the […]

Lothrop Street Walking Tour

SOLD OUT 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 […]

Free – $10.00

Reading Frederick Douglass Together

Hale Farm 39 Hale Street, Beverly, MA

Join us at Hale Farm for a community reading of Frederick Douglass’s powerful speech, “What to the American Slave is the Fourth of July?” as part of the Reading Frederick […]

Robert Rantoul’s Beverly

Join us for a fun afternoon walking tour of Robert Rantoul’s Beverly. During this 1.5 mile walking tour we will explore the life, times, and places that were relevant to […]

Free – $10.00

Colonial Craft Workshop: Create Your Own Sampler

Balch House 448 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA

Historically, samplers were a common way for young girls to learn needlework skills and demonstrate their achievement and industry in an artistic manner. Samplers were often worked as part of […]

$20.00 – $25.00

United Shoe Walking Tour Part 1

Back by popular demand is our United Shoe Walking Tour Series! Join us for this three-part series as we walk through the Cummings Center and  explore the history of the […]

Free – $10.00

Broadway Walking Tour

What is Beverly’s Broadway, and who lived there? Headed by Odd Fellows Hall at Cabot Street and sloping down to the Beverly Depot, some of Beverly's prominent citizens built their […]

Free – $10

Mayor Scanlon’s “My Story” Book Party

Chianti 285 Cabot St, Beverly, MA

Historic Beverly announces publication of My Story: Bringing Beverly Back from the Brink, by former Beverly Mayor Bill Scanlon. In his own words, Scanlon relates what happened between his surprising election […]

Free

Conant Street Walking Tour

Conant Street is rich in history with the Conant Street Burial Ground, the North Meeting House and dozens of homes of the Batchelder, Dodge, Conant, and Woodberry families all in […]

Free – $10.00

Development of the Italian Community in Beverly Farms

Local historian Nancy Coffey presents a virtual illustrated talk on Beverly Farm's Italian community, from pre-World War I shanty towns to the postwar second migration and the vibrant community that […]

Free – $10.00

United Shoe Walking Tour Part 2

This tour of the Cummings Center and the history of the United Shoe Machinery Company picks up where our first Cummings Center tour left off. A general overview and review […]

Free – $10.00