Join us as we kick off the summer season with open houses and free admission at all three of our historic properties!
Cabot House will be open from 930am-4pm and will feature a one day only look at some of of the military weapons housed in our collection.
Balch House will be open from 12pm-4pm and will feature a discussion and demonstration of hearth cooking.
Hale Farm will be open for free tours 12pm-6pm. Gentile Brewery will be there with the first of its weekly biergartens.
ALSO kick off your summer with a creative outdoor festival hosted by Miranda’s Hearth and Historic Beverly!
Get to know your community while picnicking in the yard, listening to local music, trying your hand at an art activity, or playing a lawn game! The festival is open to all ages, dogs are welcome.
Tickets are $10, seniors & students are $5, and kids under 12 get in FREE!
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