Amesbury is one of the northernmost cities in the state of Massachusetts, sharing the distinction with Salisbury. Home to more than 16,000 people, Amesbury is a largely residential city with great examples of Victorian and Federal styled houses. So get on a bus rental in Amesbury, Massachusetts and check out the architecture in the city.
Check out the historic homes here such as the Thomas Macy House and the Whittier's home, as well as some public sculptures such as the Doughboy that stands in the grounds of Amesbury Middle School, or the monument to Josiah Bartlett, former New Hampshire Superior Court of judicature chief Justice and one of those who signed the Declaration of Independence. Bartlett was born in Amesbury. There is also the Bartlett Museum, which was erected to help celebrate Amesbury's 300th anniversary in 1968. The museum has exhibits touching on Native American arts and culture, local history, natural history and an authentic school room with antique desks, toys and games.
Further, check out Lowell's Boat Shop, an operating boat shop, which also serves as a living museum. Or go to Alliance Park, which is where the USS Alliance was constructed way back in 1777.
Other places you could visit for a little bit of history include:
Learn more about the city's history by browsing through the extensive local history collections at the Amesbury Public Library (Amesbury, MA 01913). Afterwards, you could try out some snow tubing, or play rugby, soccer, or extreme obstacle courses at the Amesbury Sports Park.
As you can see, a day trip to Amesbury can be a very fun-filled day for you and your group. So gather on a 24-passenger mini bus rental in Amesbury, Massachusetts and see the city!
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