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Hamilton, MA

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Hamilton is a rural-suburban town in the eastern central portion of Essex County in eastern Massachusetts. Its location on the North Shore of Massachusetts provides easy access to the Atlantic seashore with its reservations, beaches, and boating. 

The town features many historic houses and pastoral landscapes, making for an excellent visit when it comes to exploring local history. Hamilton also has a rich equestrian heritage that remains strong due to the influence of many horse farms and the Myopia Hunt Club, which holds frequent equestrian events, including polo matches most Sunday afternoons. As such, any visitors in Hamilton may share secondary roads with horseback riders.

Founded:
1793

Population:
7,764

City Website:
https://www.hamiltonma.gov/

Did You Know?
Hamilton, MA is named after the famed Revolutionary Alexander Hamilton, whose portrait remains the town seal to this day.

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Getting Here

From Boston: Follow I-93 N, I-95 N and MA-128 N to MA-1A N/Dodge St in Beverly. Take exit 45B from MA-128 N. Follow MA-1A N to Moulton St in Hamilton.