Amesbury Carriage Museum
5 Market Square, Suite 101, Amesbury, MA, Amesbury, MA 01913
Formed in 1986, the Amesbury Carriage Museum is a 501(c)(3) history organization in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Our mission is to champion the history of Amesbury industry and people. We strive to do that by researching local history and offering programs and events for adults and families.
History has a new home. Set in Amesbury’s historic Upper Millyard, the Industrial History Center is dedicated to honoring the city’s industrial history. With programs that serve families, schools, and the community, the IHC is a vital addition to Amesbury’s downtown. We hope you’ll visit us. Because when we study the past, we understand the present.
The Industrial History Center features an orientation exhibit, A Productive Story: Industry and Work Life in Amesbury, along with changing exhibits on topics of interest. Visitors will find stories about Amesbury’s people in the The Power of Place & People exhibit as well as a range of other programming including:
For the most up-to-date health and safety information, please visit the individual business' website directly.
The Macy-Colby House
Amesbury Chamber of Commerce
Cider Hill Farm
Fairfield Inn by Marriott Amesbury
The Squire Bagley House/ Mary Baker Eddy Historic House
City of Amesbury
Rock Hill Meeting House