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Andover, MA

Welcoming visitors and tourists from across the globe, there are many exciting things to do in Andover, MA. Cultural attractions in the community and surrounding areas include a variety of performing arts, museums, and historical sites. Whether it’s hitting the links at one of the world-class golf courses, hiking, or cross country skiing along the many trails running through conservation lands, or canoeing along the pristine Shawsheen River, there’s something in Andover for everyone. With its numerous lodging options conveniently located just off Interstates 93 and 495, and its central location within the greater Merrimack Valley region, Andover is an ideal location for vacation and business travelers.

Founded:
1646

Population:
36,500

City Website:
https://andoverma.gov/

Did You Know?
Originally settled in 1636 under the Native American name of Cochichawicke, a local waterway.

Business Resources

Historic Sites

The Andover Historical Society dedicates themselves to preserving the rich history of Andover, MA, and the surrounding communities.

Local Resources

The Town of Andover and the Northshore Magazine both represent local organizations dedicated to providing Andover, MA, citizens, and visitors with information and resources.

Museums & Attractions

The Andover Historical Society and the Addison Gallery of American Art provide a cultural experience for Andover, MA, citizens and visitors to experience the region’s art and history.

Outdoors & Recreation

From hiking to horseback riding, mountain biking, and cross country skiing, Ward Reservation has a little something for everyone when it comes to recreation in Andover, MA.

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