Historic in Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States
Coffin House in Newburyport, Massachusetts provides a wonderful insight into domestic life in rural New England back in the day. Here you will find antique furnishings, art and artifacts, gardens, and collectibles from through the centuries. Coffin House was built in 1678, and accommodated over 6 generations of the Coffin family after which it is was given to Historic New England and preserved as a museum. Fascinating items include cupboards with displays of the family pewter and other kitchen objects, baskets, boxes, and earthenware displays, a mid-eighteenth century cradle, a seventeenth-century dining table, a looking glass, and so much more.
Maudslay State Park
Maudslay State Park near Newburyport, Massachusetts offers stunning mountain bike trails, 19th century gardens, hiking opportunities, even horseback riding trails and more. Come and enjoy a wonderful outing surrounded by rolling meadows, towering pines, ornamental trees and gorgeous mountain laurel, the Maudslay State Park is simply exquisite whether you are looking for somewhere to picnic, or walk or even some cross country skiing and more. This historic site is a breathtaking journey, and perfect for wedding ceremonies, and cultural events are a regular feature in summer.