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Merrimac, MA

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A small community located in the Merrimack Valley, Merrimac is bounded by the neighboring towns of Amesbury and Haverhill, as well as the Merrimack River and the New Hampshire border. Those looking for serene views of the river and landscape will have plenty to gaze upon across the area’s 8.6 square miles and over 900 acres of farmland. Merrimack Valley history buffs can also explore Merrimac Square, a classic 19th-century industrial village. 

Despite the imposing presence of I-495 and modern subdivisions scattered across the town, Merrimac retains a rural, small-town ambiance that its residents love. 

Founded:
1638

Population:
6,338

City Website:
http://www.merrimac01860.info/

Did You Know?
When settled in 1638, Merrimac was actually part of Salisbury and later part of Amesbury.

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Getting Here

From Boston: Follow I-93 N and I-495 N to Broad St in Merrimac. Take exit 115 from I-495 N (source: google maps)