North of Boston CVB

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Alison Colby-Campbell_Winnekenni Castle_Haverhill
Alison Colby-Campbell_Winnekenni Castle_Haverhill

There’s a “Story in Every Mile” in the 34 towns and cities that make up the North of Boston region. Located just minutes from Boston up to the New Hampshire border, you’ll find spectacular natural beauty and an itinerary that could stretch for days. See the Spirit of ’76. Witness the witch trials of 1692, climb secret staircases, tour a Chinese home, and sample candy from 1806. Learn how schooners were built and then go sailing on one. Plan a fishing or whale watching trip before eating fried clams where they were invented. Discover a wide array of New England art and architecture. See the marshes changing color, stroll along a beach, go birding, and tour a mansion. Check out specialty shops, antiques row, holiday festivities, haunted happenings, the oldest county fair, restaurants, concerts, theater and dance. Intrigued? Contact Susan Middleton Campbell, susan@northofboston.org, for details on “best seller” group activities.


Grand Allee in Fall at Crane Estate in Ipswich by Ann Marie Casey
Grand Allee in Fall at Crane Estate in Ipswich by Ann Marie Casey

Member: ABA


Nearby Attractions that Influence Group Travel:

  • Salem Witch Museum
  • House of Seven Gables
  • Whale Watching
  • Lawrence & Lynn Heritage State Parks
  • National Maritime Sites
  • Essex Heritage Trails
  • North Shore Music Theater
  • Peabody Essex Museum
  • Woodman’s of Essex

House of the 7 Gables - Salem. Photo by Brand USA
House of the 7 Gables – Salem. Photo by Brand USA

Type: CVB
Tour Services:

  • Attractions
  • Lodging
  • Theater
  • Brochures
  • Dining/Banquet

North of Boston CVB

I-95 South exit 60
Salisbury, Massachussetts 01950
Phone: (978) 465-6555
Fax: (978) 465-6999
E-mail: acasey@northofboston.org
Web: www.northofboston.org

Whale Watch by Seven Seas Whale Watch
Whale Watch by Seven Seas Whale Watch

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