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Live! “The Story of the Revolution” in Beverly Exhibit Tour

We are going LIVE on Facebook for a 30-minute guided tour of our current exhibit, "The Story of the Revolution" in Beverly. Join exhibit curator Abby Battis as she walks you through the exhibit space and discusses some of the highlights in the exhibit. Free on our Facebook page here.


Washington Street Virtual Walking Tour

Join us for a virtual stroll down Washington Street where we’ll learn a little about the early days of Beverly, and talk about the lives of several of the occupants of houses found on this street. We’ll also be discussing the various different styles of architecture found along the street. House construction on Washington Street […]

A Few Of Our Favorite Things: American Revolution

Join us for this virtual presentation developed from our ever-popular spotlight tours! In this lecture, we’ll be focusing on three different objects in our collection associated with the American Revolution: The Moses Brown Orderly Book, continental currency, and the Russell Broadside copy of the Declaration of Independence. We’ll explore their national and local histories as […]

Military Women of Beverly–online

On this Veterans Day we will be honoring Beverly women who served in the military during war or peace. During this talk Lucy Keller will highlight the fascinating stories and lives of several Beverly women. During this presentation we’ll uncover who these women were, what their military experience was like, and what their life was […]


Spotlight Talk: Balch Archaeology

October is Massachusetts Archaeology Month so we are focusing our Spotlight on the Balch house archaeology excavation of 1998. In this Spotlight Talk we will explore why the dig was performed, we will see some of the artifacts unearthed from the property and we will take a peek inside our newest online exhibit, “Balch Family […]