Wander past crop fields and cow pastures at the country’s oldest continuously operating farm.
Enjoy the northeast’s most spectacular beach and follow trails and boardwalks through a landscape of sand dunes and salt marsh.
Experience the best of coastal New England.
Essex National Heritage Area is 500 square miles of historic, cultural, and natural sites, unique and irreplaceable treasures that tell our history.
Wander through an open field and enjoy a memorable view of the historic Paine House, with the broad estuary of the Ipswich River extending beyond.
This former coastal farmland now welcomes visitors to a broad salt marsh and a dike path that leads to a loop trail around Eagle Island.
IMADA provides many services in support of the arts at Ipswich High School and Ipswich Middle School.
The Ipswich Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit community based group of individuals, businesses, non-profits and area organizations committed to improving the economic well being of the town of Ipswich.
Ipswich Dinner Bell is a town-wide collaboration among Ipswich churches, individuals, and groups.
The YMCA provides activities for all age groups.
Ipswich Humane Group is a non-profit group that assists Ipswich Animal Control to enable a no-kill animal shelter for the Town of Ipswich.
The Ipswich Museum was originally founded in 1890 as the Ipswich Historical Society.
The Ipswich River Watershed Association (IRWA) is a group of citizens, scientists, businesses, and municipal managers concerned about the health of the Ipswich River and its watershed.
The Ipswich Rotary Club was chartered May 11, 1923, under the auspices of the Salem, MA, Rotary Club with an initial membership comprised of 20 local business and professional men.
Conveniently located on the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway, part of the Essex National Heritage Areas network of Visitor Information Centers, we provide an abundance of maps and brochures.
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The spectacular Crane Estate encompasses more than 2,100 acres in Ipswich, Massachusetts.
Willowdale offers trail-use opportunities on 40 miles of trails and fishing and boating on 100 acre Hood Pond.