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Regional: North America: United States: Massachusetts: Arts and Entertainment: Museums
Regional: North America: United States: Massachusetts: Society and Culture: History
Attleboro Area Industrial Museum
- Collection of artifacts, photographs, documents, publications, tools, and machinery that relate to the area.
- Over 5,000 artifacts relating to the history of Rehoboth and the families.
Charles River Museum of Industry
- Provides an exploration of the history, and includes information on exhibits, hours, membership and facility rental.
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.
- 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.
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.
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.
Lynn Museum and Historical Society
- The local history of the city and the area.
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.
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.
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.
Pilgrim Hall Museum
- The stories of America’s founding and traditions through exhibitions of their possessions and Native American artifacts.
Salem Witch Museum
- Dedicated to educating people about the facts and fiction surrounding the Salem Witch Trials of 1692.
The Waltham Museum
- Features pictures, postcards, maps, documents, artifacts, and memorabilia of the community. Includes hours, memberships and directions. Located in Waltham.
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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