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Fairfield Inn by Marriott Boston Woburn/Burlington

The Fairfield Inn Boston Woburn/Burlington is accessible to: Raytheon, Trade Center Executive Office Suites, Paychex, L-3 Communications and Cummings Properties LLC to name a few. We are located at the intersections of I-93 and I-95/Route 128 allowing for easy access to all points in MA & NH. Getting to Boston, Burlington, Lexington, Wilmington and Salem […]

Salem Historical Tours & Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tours

Join us on a ghostly tour of America’s witchiest city….Salem, Massachusetts! Established in 1997, we are the Witch City’s oldest established professional walking tour company, setting the bench mark for similar tours. Our knowledgeable and charismatic guides have enchanted guests with true tales of paranormal activity, centuries-old murder & astounding history. Come hear why we’re the most respected and […]

AntiqueTrail.com

AntiqueTrail.com is an online antique store directory, which includes a website, photo tour, description and map of 1,445 antique and vintage shops, malls and shows.  Brochure/maps are now in welcome centers in 19 states. Pick up your Massachusetts Antique Trail Map at the Maria Miles Visitor Center located on I-95 Southbound, Exit 60.    

Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Logan Airport Chelsea

Stay just 3 miles from the airport at the new Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Logan Airport Chelsea, located minutes from Logan International Airport and just a bridge away from downtown Boston and the city of Cambridge. With convenient amenities like shuttle service to the airport and public transportation, free parking during your stay, complimentary […]

Witch Pix Costume Studio

A premium witch-costume photo studio. Star in a photo shoot and capture the allure of being a witch. Extensive hand-made costumes, 3 backdrops and engaging photographers. Appointments are encouraged, walk-ins welcome.

Gloucester Stage Company

Gloucester Stage Company was co-founded in 1979 by Geoff Richon, Denny Blodget, and award-winning playwright Israel Horovitz as a “safe harbor for playwrights and new plays.” For its first seven seasons, the company performed at the historic Blackburn Tavern in downtown Gloucester. In 1987, Gorton’s Seafood Company generously offered GSC a long-term residence in its […]

Museum of Printing

The Museum of Printing is dedicated to preserving the rich history of the graphic arts, printing and typesetting technology, and printing craftsmanship. In addition to many special collections and small exhibits, the Museum contains hundreds of antique printing, typesetting, and bindery machines, as well as a library of books and printing-related documents.   A non-profit […]

The Hotel Salem

Introducing The Hotel Salem, a one-of-a-kind accommodation on the North Shore of Boston. This 44-room boutique Salem hotel will open on the bustling Essex Street pedestrian mall summer 2017. Newly reimagined and renovated with a stylish mid-century vibe, our Salem MA hotel offers a central spot for exploring the North Shore. Located in the heart […]

King Hooper Mansion

The King Hooper Mansion is located in scenic Marblehead, MA, a town renowned as the yachting capital of America and birthplace of the American Navy. Just 17 miles north of Boston, Marblehead is home to one of the most majestic and beautiful harbors on the eastern seaboard, and is known as an art and cultural […]

The Salem Night Tour

Salem’s best nightly “Haunt and History Tour” Join the adventure every night at 8pm, our licensed guides lead you through legends ,history, and the infamous hysteria of 1692. This is a walking tour of downtown Salem, at a comfortable pace so dress accordingly. The Salem Night Tour is largely attended so reservations are strongly suggested

Blue – Inn on the Beach

About as oceanfront as you can get, this unique, boutique Newburyport MA hotel is set right on Plum Island beach. A stone’s throw from charming downtown Newburyport, Blue offers a luxury vacation cottage experience with modern amenities right at the start of the sea. Discover rooms, suites and private cottages dressed in crisp summer whites with pops […]

Shea’s Riverside Inn and Motel

The Essex river slowly winds its way through the salt marshes that surround Shea’s Riverside Inn & Motel (formerly the Essex River House Inn & Motel), inviting you to stop and stay a while. Take a deep breath, look around and spend some time in our little slice of paradise. Whether you are looking for […]

Notch Brewery and Tap Room

The story here is that of Session Beer. Session beer is born of workers beer, where refreshment and taste went hand in hand. It slaked the thirst of laborers while they plowed the fields, mined for coal, fired the blast furnace and forged steel. When water was tainted, session beer saved civilization. It’s 4.5% ABV […]

Essex Shipbuilding Museum

Welcome to History At the Essex Shipbuilding Museum you can experience New England work ethics, attitudes and values that have much to teach us today. There are a number of ways  you can visit the Museum. Both individual and group tours, including school groups, are available. In addition to tours there are opportunities for scholars […]

Salem Witch Trials Memorial

Designed by the architect/artist team of James Cutler and Maggie Smith, the Salem Witch Trials Memorial was made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and has won national critical acclaim. It was dedicated on August 5, 1992, by Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel. The Memorial is designed to be a place of […]

Lakeside Inn Wakefield

The Lakeside Inn is a family-friendly hotel situated on scenic Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield, Massachusetts. The hotel has been here for more than fifty years and is a true staple in the community. With more than 20 years of experience in the hotel services industry, our compassionate team treats every guest like a member of our […]

Opus

Opus reflects the city of Salem: It’s quirky, progressive and welcoming. It’s the kind of place where you can enjoy an intimate meal on Tuesday, and a rocking good time on Friday. Just named Reader’s Choice for Best Cocktail, After Work Drinks, and Bar in Northshore Magazine’s annual BONS issue! Opus boasts a cocktail list […]

Holiday Inn Express Seabrook

Brand new Seabrook, New Hampshire hotel offers premium service. Welcome to the new Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites in Seabrook, NH, located just six miles from Hampton Beach. Your family will enjoy staying at our hotel, which is located off Route 1 near I-95. This location has easy access to many area attractions including […]

Hampton Inn Amesbury

The Hampton Inn Amesbury is located in the heart of the Massachusetts costal region, providing easy access to nearby beaches and parks. Spend a day whale watching at Newburyport or hike the rolling meadows of Maudslay State Park. Our family-friendly hotel is a convenient home base for your travels, providing the amenities you need to […]

The Witch House

In 1675, Jonathan Corwin, heir to one of the largest Puritan fortunes in New  England, purchased this large and stately house.  Seventeen years later,Corwin and his family would take part in the most famous Witch Hunt in American History. Tours of the Corwin House, now known as the Witch House, connect elements of everyday life with the events […]

Pigeon Cove Tavern

Imagine enjoying refreshing cocktails, craft beers, fine wines along with fresh appetizers and superb locally-sourced seafood and cuisine, in a true ocean-side dining experience in either our comfortable parlor, trendy dining room, or on our sunny deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Introducing Pigeon Cove Tavern, opened in May of 2016 as Emerson Inn’s onsite restaurant. […]

1634 Meadery

Hello, and welcome to the 1634 Meadery! We are a small artisan style honey-wine maker located in picturesque Ipswich, Massachusetts.  We make small scale batches of wine in a manner that helps capture the true honey, fruit and spice tastes and smells of our local ingredients.  Mead is an ancient drink, dating back thousands of […]

Gentile Brewing Company

Gentile Brewing Company is a family-owned and operated nano craft brewery located north of Boston in Beverly, Massachusetts. Founded in 2015 by Beverly residents Paul and Christen Gentile, we are focused on providing our community with fresh craft beer made with quality ingredients. We believe good beer should be enjoyed and not fussed over. Our […]

Ryan and Wood Distilleries

Ryan & Wood, Inc. is a producer of small batch, hand crafted spirits in the historic coastal city of Gloucester. Free Tours Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat (10am & 1pm)

Fuddruckers

We bake our buns from scratch every day, use 100% All  American openly grazed, grain fed beef, and you top it any way you like!   Fudds Catering! We’ll bring Fudds to you-call us at 1-866-Fudds66.   Locations:   436 Broadway #13, Methuen, MA 01844 (978) 685-9300 Hours: Sunday – Thursday: 11AM-9PM Friday & Saturday: […]

Pioneer Villiage

Written in 1644… and discovered within the journal of John Winthrop. His account of strange occurrences that haunted and terrified New England’s early colonists. Tours Available June – September: 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30 Saturday and Sunday At Salem’s 1630 Pioneer Village Includes a tour of the 1630 Pioneer Village with fascinating insight into the lives […]

Old South Church

A Brief Biography of George Whitefield Rev. George Whitefield, Calvinistic Evangelist, was born in the Bell Inn, at Gloucester, England on the sixteenth day of December, 1714. The circumstances of his early life were not favorable to his becoming a righteous man. He had a fondness for elocution and acting. This, he practiced to a […]

The Rebecca Nurse Homestead

The Rebecca Nurse Homestead sits on 25+ acres of an original 300 acres occupied by Rebecca Nurse and her family from 1678-1798. The property holds the traditional Salt-box home lived in by the Nurse Family. This is the only home of a person executed during the trials open to the public. Another unique feature is […]

Claflin- Richards House

Discover how families lived during three centuries—from the First Period to the Victorian era—in the Claflin-Gerrish-Richards House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and one of the earliest dwellings on the North Shore. Of particular interest are the original Ogee braces, an architectural detail typically found in 16th-century English dwellings, and a 1724 […]