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North Andover, MA

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North Andover is a charming town located along the Merrimack River that has a rich industrial and literary past, which led to a prosperous future. Come visit North Andover and see why we’re truly a “Town For All Seasons.”

Founded:
1646

Population:
31,296

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

Did You Know?
In 1646, Reverend John Woodbridge purchased the Cochichewick Plantation from Chief Cutshmache for £6 and a coat. This land would go on to become the towns of Andover and North Andover.

Historic Sites

North Andover features various historical sites to visit. Here, you can find the Stevens-Coolidge Place and the Parson Barnard House to get a first-hand look at life in Massachusetts’s past.

Outdoors & Recreation

There are many scenic outdoor spots to take a stroll in North Andover. Explore over 4 miles of trails along the shoreline at Weir Hill.

Getting Here

Driving From Boston: Take I-93 N to Massachusetts Ave in North Andover. Take exit 101 from I-495 N (source: google maps)

MBTA: Take the Haverhill line to the Andover station.