Historic Beauty in Holyoke

Wistariahurst Museum in Holyoke

Laura Michaels, Managing Editor
March 20, 2013

Bedecked in original leather wall coverings and boasting ornate woodwork, vaulted ceilings and parquet floors, the Wistariahurst Museum in Holyoke, Mass., presents an engaging lesson in the history and culture of the area and the home’s former inhabitants. First built by prominent silk manufacturer... Read more »

Spellbound In Salem

Amanda Lepinski, Associate Editor
October 9, 2012

Step back into 17th century Massachusetts. The year is 1692, when more than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft. Twenty souls lost their lives by the close of the controversial Salem witch trials. Eventually, the colony admitted the trials had been a mistake, one that showed the power of... Read more »

Sail into Salem, MA

Salem MA

October 3, 2011

There’s more significance to Salem, Mass., than the witch trials of 1692. Discover a rich maritime heritage and diverse architectural legacy during your next visit for a greater appreciation for one of America’s oldest communities.   Take a stroll down Chestnut Street to see one of... Read more »

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