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The Beverly Golf & Tennis Club offers membership, tournaments, and leagues for both golf and tennis. The club originally opened in 1910 as a recreational and social facility for employees of the United Shoe corporation.
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117 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 1915 MoreLess Info
The Beverly Historical Society & Museum celebrates the history of the city of Beverly and the surrounding areas. The museum includes three charming homes, the Balch, the Cabot and Hale Farm with preserved artifacts and grounds.
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13 Wallis Street, Beverly, MA 1915 MoreLess Info
The fully-restored historic Larcom Theatre was built in 1912 by two vaudeville musicians. The venue has been outfitted with a new state-of-the-art sound system and offers theatrical productions, comedy shows, and concerts.
Clay Dreaming Pottery Studio is a pottery workshop and studio available to people of all ages. Training classes are offered throughout the week, as well as access to a full gallery featuring works from local artists.
Located on the Salem Sound, the Northshore Outrigger Canoe Club is a club dedicated to bringing canoe trip opportunities to visitors. Guests enjoy paddling through the scenic waters and spending a day relaxing in the sun.
With a full range of fair fare the likes of pizza, popcorn, taffy and the famous Chop Suey Sandwich, Salem Willows Amusement Park is host to good eats and good times. A modern video arcade and one of the oldest carousel rides in the country seal the deal.
Winter Island Park is a marine park where visitors can visit a historic fort, harbor and lighthouse. There is also a boat launch, a beach with a lifeguard, picnic areas and RV and tent camping from May through October.
Arcade games, rides, numerous food selections, and years of history fill the popular Salem Willows Park. The park was first opened in 1859 and contains a historic carousel from 1866 as well as 200 year-old willow trees surrounding.
Set on 41 acres of land, Proctor Farm Conservation Area offers visitors several nature trails for hiking. In addition to trails, there is a gazebo and picnic area where visitors can relax and enjoy a meal.