Whittier Birthplace 305 Whittier Road, Haverhill 978-373-3979 johngreenleafwhittier.com Open the fourth Wednesday in April through the last Sunday in October. Closed during the winter. Admission: Adults: $5.00/Seniors (62 and over): $3.00/Students (18 and over): $3.00/Children (12 and under): Free/Whittier Club Members: Free Located on its original site the Whittier Birthplace is an example of an old New England farm. The family lived in the house for five generations. Today it looks as it was when John Greenleaf Whittier was born. Most famous for his literature,Whittier was also a dedicated abolitionist and Quaker. Museum of Printing 15 Thornton Avenue, Haverhill 978-372-0567 museumofprinting.org Open every Saturday, year-round, 10am to 4pm. Special groups and classes on request. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for children 6–16, seniors and students. No charge for members. The Museum was created to save and preserve printing equipment and library materials associated with the graphic arts industry. Printing has changed during the last 200 years, moving away from letterpress printing to pho- tographic and electronic technologies. One of the world’s largest collections of printing and typesetting hardware and ephemera. The Winnekenni Castle 347 Kenoza Avenue Haverhill 978-521-1230 winnekenni.com A historic landmark constructed in 1875 of stone harvested from the surrounding area. This unique and picturesque venue serves as a cultural center which hosts public&privateevents,fromApriltoDecemberincluding a Wine & Cheese Reception, Independence Day Pancake Breakfast, Summer Doo Wop Concert & Classic Car Show,Children’sHalloweenParty,CocoawithSanta,Win- ter Holiday Concert and a Holiday Craft & Gift Fair! Riverfront Cultural District Downtown Haverhill creativehaverhill.com Haverhill is one of 25 official Cultural Districts in the state of Massachusetts! In April of 2014, the triangle of Washington Street, Railroad Square, and Essex Street became a compact, walkable area with a concentration of arts, culture and creative activities. Haverhill’s Riverfront Cultural District is recognized by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The distinction was possible via the MCC's Cultural District’s initiative authorized by the MassachusettsstatelegislatureandlaunchedinApril2011. © Alison Colby Campbell © Alison Colby Campbell © Kishgraphics © Museum of Printing Cultural Gems in Haverhill 15 Map #5 Map #7 Map #6 Map #8