Offers information on Salem. For a good overview, catch a free screening of Where Past Is Present, a short film about Salem history. There's another longer film Salem Witch Hunt which screens three times a day (adul…
On the west side of the Old North Bridge, the Buttrick mansion houses the NPS visitor center, where you can see a video about the Battle of Concord and admire the Revolutionary War brass cannon, the Hancock. Along w…
Starting place for the Lowell National Historic Park. Stop by to pick up a map and check out the general exhibits. An introductory multimedia video on historic Lowell is shown every half hour.
Located at the rotary across from Plymouth Harbor; provides loads of information about local attractions, as well as assistance with B&B reservations.
Directly opposite the T station. Tours of the national park start here, and plenty of information about the surrounding area is also available.
Concord Chamber of Commerce has full details on sites, including opening hours for the homes, which vary with the season.
The booth near the town's main intersection has information about local B&Bs, restaurants and a weekly gallery walk.
On the mainland, just east of the causeway. Stop by for maps, exhibits and other information about the refuge.
The little house at Stage Fort Park is filled with information and helpful staff.
Pick up a map for a self-guided tour or activity books for kids.