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  • Attleboro Area Industrial Museum - Collection of artifacts, photographs, documents, publications, tools, and machinery that relate to the area.
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  • Carpenter Museum - Over 5,000 artifacts relating to the history of Rehoboth and the families.
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  • Charles River Museum of Industry - Provides an exploration of the history, and includes information on exhibits, hours, membership and facility rental.
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  • Clara Barton Birthplace Museum - Dedicated to the founder of the American Red Cross. Features exhibits, a history of the property, hours, volunteer opportunities, member benefits, donations, and directions to the location in North Oxford.
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  • Concord Museum - Presenting community history, including artifacts, tools, furnishing and household goods. Includes details of galleries, calendar of events, hours, admission, memberships, educational programs, links and directions.
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  • Connecticut Valley Historical Museum - The history and traditions of the area through permanent and changing exhibits that tell the story of the region from 1636 to the present.
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  • The Essex Shipbuilding Museum - The story of a small New England village that built more two-masted wooden fishing schooners than any other place in the world.
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  • Historic Northampton Museum and Education Center - Collection of approximately 50,000 objects and three historic buildings is the repository of Northampton and Connecticut Valley history. Includes virtual tours and exhibits, events, hours, Friends' memberships, links and directions.
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  • Lynn Museum and Historical Society - The local history of the city and the area.
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  • Memorial Hall Museum - Explore nineteen exhibition rooms to view artifacts and documents about New England's history. Includes collections online, special events, hours, and admission fees. Located in Old Deerfield.
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  • The Museum of Printing - Special collections and small exhibits that includes antique printing, typesetting and bindery machines, as well as a library of books and printing related documents in North Andover.
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  • Old South Meeting House - Built in 1729, was the largest building in colonial Boston and provided a stage for the American Revolution. Includes details of exhibits, hours, admission fees, calendar of events, memberships and directions.
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  • Pilgrim Hall Museum - The stories of America‚Äôs founding and traditions through exhibitions of their possessions and Native American artifacts.
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  • Salem Witch Museum - Dedicated to educating people about the facts and fiction surrounding the Salem Witch Trials of 1692.
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  • The Waltham Museum - Features pictures, postcards, maps, documents, artifacts, and memorabilia of the community. Includes hours, memberships and directions. Located in Waltham.
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  • Worcester Historical Museum - A history of the city and area through a research library of over 7,000 titles, an archive that houses thousands of documents, and a collection of artifacts.
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