Tattersall Farm 542 North Broadway, Haverhill 978-374-2334 tattersallfarm.org Established in 1757, the farm has 150 acres of beautiful views of rolling hills and meadows. Once owned and operated by theTattersall Family, it was gifted to the City of Haverhill in 1999. Conservation and open space preservation are in place to maintain its original condition as possible. Enjoy miles of wooded trails for walking, jogging or cross country skiing. Large gravel parking area beside farmhouse. Firefighting Museum 75 Kenoza Avenue, Haverhill 978-372-4061 haverhillfirefightingmuseum.org Open Saturdays, May to October Noon–4pm Adults $5.00 • Children $3.00 • Family $15.00 • Service Men & Women w/families FREE An extensive collection of the history of firefighting. Interactive Children's Corner; dress up in firefighting gear and imagine driving to a fire in our child size firetruck. Antique Firetrucks, Antique Firefighting and Rescue Equipment, Fire Log Books dating back to the “Great Conflagration of 1882.” Early helmets, badges, photos and more. 9/11 Memorial dedicated to the First Responders lost on Sept. 11, 2001. Gift Shop. 14 Cultural Gems in Haverhill Buttonwoods Museum 240 Water Street, Haverhill 978-374-4626 buttonwoods.org OpenTuesday - Saturday, 10 – 5; Sunday 12 – 5, In sea- son runs May 1st through October 31st. Last museum tour begins at 3:30. Admission - Adults - $7/Children - $3/Senior - $5/Children under 5 free! Named for the Buttonwoods or sycamore trees on the property planted in the early 1740’s by an Irish immigrant, HughTallent. Home to furniture, glassware, ceramics, quilts, dolls and toys. A visit illustrates the importance of the Merrimack River in trade, commerce and travel. Located in the middle of hundreds of years of Haverhill and Merrimack Valley history! © Kishgraphics © Kishgraphics © Kishgraphics © Tattersall Farm Dustin Garrison House 665 Hilldale Avenue, Haverhill 978-430-4506 facebook.com/DustonDustinGarrisonHouse A historic First Period house. Under construction by farmer & brick-maker Thomas Duston in the 1697 at- tack on Haverhill during King William's War. During the raid his wife, Hannah Duston, in bed at their existing home a half mile away, was captured by Native Ameri- cans.The house is one of a small number of brick houses that survived. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. Fun for Kids & Families, Free Parking. Map #1 Map #3 Map #2 Map #4