the Beverly Historical Society
Houses
 
  Houses

The Beverly Historical Society owns three historic houses which are open to the public for tours, and hosts hundreds of schoolchildren each year.

The Cabot House has served as the Society's headquarters since 1892, and contains a research library, meeting space, and several exhibits on Beverly history.

The Balch House is connected to the first settlers in Beverly, known as the Old Planters, and illuminates early New England life.

Hale Farm has a strong link to the Salem witch hysteria and illustrates the evolution of Beverly from a farming and fishing community to the vacation home for the American elite.

  

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Admission to all sites: $5.00 Adults; $4.00 Students/Seniors; Children under age 16 are FREE.

Beverly Historical Society
117 Cabot St.
Beverly, MA 01915

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