“What’s in a Name?” online lecture


Baker Avenue, Thorndike Street, Winslow Road; they may be familiar travel routes in and around Beverly but do you know where Beverly got its street names? Join us for this lecture to connect street names with the Beverly citizen that it was named after. This lecture will cover a lot of history but will be […]

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National Register District Walking Tour


Join us on a walking tour of downtown Beverly that highlights some of the hidden gems many of us pass by everyday! We will uncover a rich history in this area spending some time with a President and exploring the boundaries of the Beverly Center Business District.  All stops featured on this tour are listed […]

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Abbot Street Cemetery Walking Tour


Beverly’s oldest burial ground is rich with history. This walking tour will discuss how the cemetery got its start, the evolution in its landscape, highlight some of the notable burials found within its grounds, including John Hale and his family, and explore the deterioration of some of the stones and how we can help preserve […]

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Summer Saturdays at Hale


On SUNDAY August 30 Please join us this summer on our beautiful 1-acre property. Free tours are available, Gentile Brewing Company will be offering cool libations, and we’ll have a food truck there every weekend. Raindates will be Sundays; check with us if weather is uncertain. Note that everyone must complete a covid questionnaire and […]

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Live Spotlight Tours


Live Spotlight Tours are offered twice weekly while the capacity of the Cabot House is limited. Please see our Facebook page for details on topics. Previously recorded tours are available on our Youtube page.  Spotlight Tours are free to all; join us here

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A Pictorial History of Lynch Park


The David S. Lynch Memorial Park was transformed from estate to park in 1943 making the park what we know today. But there is so much more history rooted in the park that dates back to the time of Woodbury’s Point and the Revolutionary War. This pictorial lecture of Lynch Park will look to the […]

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Live Spotlight Tours


Live Spotlight Tours are offered twice weekly while the capacity of the Cabot House is limited. Please see our Facebook page for details on topics. Previously recorded tours are available on our Youtube page.  Spotlight Tours are free to all; join us here

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