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Rocks Village: A Haverhill Neighborhood Walking Tour

19 May 10:00am - 11:00am
Organized by: Historic New England
Venue: Hand Tub House, Rock Village, Park at 366 Amesbury Line Road (follow signs down the hill to the Hand Tub House) or on the street at the corner of River Road and East Main Street in Haverhill. 
366 Amesbury Line Road
Haverill
01830

Saturday, May 19, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

 

Rocks Village, Haverhill, Mass. (meet at Hand Tub House)

 

Discover the riverfront neighborhood of Rocks Village, once a bustling community of stores, taverns, and wharfs, settled in the late seventeenth century. Hear tales of merchants, shipbuilders, a purported witch, and more.

 

Explore local landmarks such as the Rocks Village Bridge and 1840 Hand Tub House (fire station), and discover the stories of those who lived, loved, and worked here. 

 

Presented in partnership with Rocks Village Memorial Association (RVMA), dedicated to fostering a sense of community through events, education, and historic preservation of the Hand Tub House. 

 

Park at 366 Amesbury Line Road (follow signs down the hill to the Hand Tub House) or on the street at the corner of River Road and East Main Street in Haverhill. 

 

$10

 

Advance tickets recommended. Please call 617-994-5970 for more information or buy online.