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Amesbury

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  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; lunch 12-1
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Amesbury MAAmesbury is located along the rushing waters of the Powow River and Merrimack River. A former farming and mill town, evolved into a largely residential town.
Our town has an large collection of architecture, particularly in the Federal and Victorian styles. Town’s restored historic downtown has a variety of restaurants, art galleries and shops

Here are just few of the historical sites worth a visit in Amesbury :

  • Lowell’s Boat Shop & Museum: Oldest continuously operated Boat Shop in USA. Lowell continue to build top quality the dories and skiffs.
  • Amesbury Carriage Museum: From the 1830s to the early 1900s, the carriage industry was the largest industry in the area. Here you’ll see some of carriages produced in Amesbury back in the days.
  • The Bartlett Museum: A local history museum that has it all, carriages, old maps, prehistoric and Native American artifacts, memorabilia from Colonial, Federal and Victorian periods. In the Natural History Room of the museum you will find birds, shells and fossils. A great place to learn about the town’s history in a glance.